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We recently received an update from our provider s at BT Openreach about their Universal Broadband Coverage detailing the voluntary offer made to address the government’s Universal Service ambitions. Following the recent comments from the Culture Minister, Openreach will be supporting this offer by providing the fixed network elements and consumers and businesses will be… [MORE]

We are delighted to be sponsoring the well-established Rotary 5 Valleys Fireworks for a second year this October. The amazing firework display has been running for over 50 years and in the past has raised around £250,000 for local charities including County Air Ambulance, Cotswold Care Hospice, St Rose’s School and many others. This year,… [MORE]

Microsoft has been working with Intel, to offer a cloud service unlike any other. The data giant has ensured high security by using powerful encryption to secure data, either from hackers or from the government’s secret data gathering. This new cloud-computing system is called Azure Confidential Computing, and it works by encrypting data while it… [MORE]

The General Data Protection Regulation Act is coming into effect from 25th May 2018; is your business ready for the changes? What is GDPR? The General Data Protection Regulation Act is a regulation by which the government intends to strengthen data protection for individuals within the European Union. Like the Data Protection Act, GDPR will… [MORE]

The Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard Compliance is a model framework and best practice compliance that provides security of your cardholder data environment and new regulations are only just round the corner. Also known as PCI DSS, changes are coming into effect in February 2018, is your business ready? So what exactly is it? The… [MORE]

The Markets in Financial Instruments Directive, commonly known as MiFID will be changing in January 2018. The directive which was first introduced by the EU in response to the 2008 financial crisis is a set of reforms designed to prevent another crisis. MiFID II will be replacing the original Directive in January 2018 and will… [MORE]

It is predicted that by 2020, there will be 26 billion Internet of Things (IoT) devices, not including PCs, tablets or smart phones. According to new research by analyst Garner, cyber criminals are beginning to focus their attention on IoT and other connected devices in order to attack and pass firewalls, which is therefore a… [MORE]

Earlier this year, we supported the ninth annual Bristol to Bordeaux Cycle Challenge by sponsoring a jersey pocket. The challenge is one of the UK’s top charity bicycle rides and the ninth ride took place in July. The ride saw cyclists from all walks (or should we say cycles?) of life take part in a 300… [MORE]

Here’s the key stories from August… TalkTalk makes headlines again TalkTalk has been top of cybersecurity headlines again this month, after it was issued with a £100,000 fine from the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO). The fine was levied after TalkTalk failed to adequately protect customer records from staff misuse, with customers making complaints they were… [MORE]

We’re really looking forward to The Bloor Homes Cheltenham Festival of Cycling on Saturday 9th September and to keep people connected we will be providing our reliable and robust public WiFi. During the day visitors will be able to login to one of our 10 WiFi Hubs that will be spread across Pittville Park to… [MORE]

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