06April2020

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Royston based, managed technologies provider, Calteq, today announced the acquisition of cable infrastructure company, Blue Cube Networks Limited. Calteq has acquired Blue Cube's entire share capital in a deal which will see its service offering expanded to include Cable Infrastructure, Distributed Antenna Systems (DAS), WiFi services, CCTV, and Fibre Optic Cable solutions as well as the addition of a comprehensive customer and prospects base.

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UK SMEs are facing a serious digital dilemma, with three in five operating their business without a high-speed internet connection. This finding, from Bionic's Business Efficiency Index, is part of an overall picture of the UK's small business community struggling to keep pace with tech acceleration; small minorities have modern payment methods or access to e-commerce channels.

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UK SMEs are facing a serious digital dilemma, with three in five operating their business without a high-speed internet connection. This finding, from Bionic's Business Efficiency Index, is part of an overall picture of the UK's small business community struggling to keep pace with tech acceleration; small minorities have modern payment methods or access to e-commerce channels.

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The latest technology to help people stay active and to keep them safe in the water has been officially unveiled in Borehamwood after a double funding boost aimed at improving local infrastructure and services.

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The latest technology to help people stay active and to keep them safe in the water has been officially unveiled in Borehamwood after a double funding boost aimed at improving local infrastructure and services.

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Despite on-going political and economic turmoil, demand for IT professionals increased by 10% in 2019 as the pace of technological advancement accelerates. That is according to data from the Association of Professional Staffing Companies (APSCo) and business intelligence specialist, Vacancysoft.

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The number of cyber-crime incidents recorded by the UK's Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) increased from 69 in 2017 to 819 in 2018 - an increase of 1000%. However, the finance sector is not alone. Joe Collinwood, CEO at CySure explains why in the technological age no business can afford to be under prepared when it comes to cyber security.

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The majority (83%) of respondents to the latest Twitter poll from Infosecurity Europe 2019 – Europe's number one information security event – believe that organisations are not innovating as quickly as the cyber criminals who plan to attack them. This indicates that security strategies and solutions are not being evolved fast enough to defend businesses against the ever-changing and increasingly sophisticated threats they face. An inability to innovate rapidly also points to a lack of agility and responsiveness, which will inhibit a business's growth.

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As Walmart increases its reliance on robots to free up resources, Alexander Mann Solutions has suggested that - contrary to the popular rhetoric that robots are replacing people in the workplace - human employees are actually being enhanced by technology.

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