borwell is based in Worcestershire within the Midlands Engine of Great Britain, with good access to Europe and the rest of the world. The region attracts some of the UK’s most talented and skilled Defence, Cyber Security and Software professionals. Our team is here to create your world class solutions. Borwell deliver projects in the following capabilities and are yet to find a technology that we cannot work with.
Handling big data starts with processing, data reduction and data fusion before analysis can begin.
Software solutions are built for you as web apps, middleware and desktop applications.
As an expert Systems Integrator, the borwell team maximises value from COTS products and your legacy systems.
Improving efficiency and security in your supply chain provides opportunities to improve profitability.
The borwell team take pride in showcasing what we do and our story
The borwell team create tailor-made solutions using a number of different technologies and coding languages to deliver the best possible solution for your business. Our highly skilled team will work with your experts to understand your requirements and use our extensive knowledge to your advantage to deliver you a world class solution. Our staff range from very creative to diligent analytical people. The main goal of the team is to automate your processes and workflows, normally moving your systems from paper and spreadsheets to a secure web app.
OUR CLIENTS SOFTWARE IS SECURE
OUR CLIENTS SOFTWARE IS BESPOKE
OUR CLIENTS SOFTWARE IS OPERATIONAL
We are always on the lookout to expand our talented team
Looking for a career in software engineering? The borwell business is going from strength to strength, and as a result we are advertising a career in software engineering with several entry pathways. If you have the right attitude, aptitude, and potential, and can show your passion for technology and are interested in a career in software engineering, then apply and give us an email or call!
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A recent report from Hired revealed that UK tech salaries are among the lowest in the world, and in comparison to 2016’s report is actually down by 1.7%. At present the average tech salary in London is £56k, the only other countries lower than this in the study are France and Singapore. When also factoring
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According to new research, larger companies are in confusion as to who should responsible for the aftermath of a cyber-attack. The study was conducted by BAE Systems, a multinational defence, aerospace and security company. The study suggests that senior managers expect IT staff to deal with the fallout from data breaches, yet technology bosses felt
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The sheer number of NHS staff using Google whilst at work has caused Google’s security defences to kick in, the high volumes of data traffic was causing Google to think it was suffering a cyber-attack. The search engine google has begun asking NHS staff, when using its services at work to verify if they were
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UK bank, Lloyds are the latest to fall victim to cybercrime. It came to light last week that the banking group had been under siege for two days, however, there has been no reports of theft. Lloyds Group were the victim of a Denial of Service attack (DDos) that temporarily stopped some of Lloyds, Halifax
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Humans, as a species are visual creatures by nature, 90% of the information transmitted to the brain is visual. Most often, visuals are committed to long term memory easier than text, visuals are read quicker than text and 40% of our sense processing is visual. Displaying data in a visual format can help people process
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Throughout 2016 we saw a huge number of firms hacked, leaving many users vulnerable and at risk. Despite this and the constant reminders not to use common, easy to guess passwords, many are still using ‘123456’ to safeguard their accounts. January 2016, reports indicated that ‘123456’ was the most common password worldwide, and 12 months
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British companies will now be expected to disclose all data breaches and could be fined up to £16.9 million. The laws adopted and extended from the Brussels data standards are due to come into force in 2018. The EU law, called the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), introduces strict penalties for companies that suffer data
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Hackers are increasingly going after law firms, following ‘the big money’. The US Securities and Exchange commission have reported that just 7 firms in America were hit with over 100,000 attacks over a three-month period last year, resulting in two organisations being compromised and over 60 gigabytes of data being stolen. In the UK it
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Many businesses are using a process that has not been reviewed or audited because “that is how it has always been done”. Or they are using multiple systems to record the same information, meaning duplication of effort and time, reducing the amount of profit the company can make. Understanding business processes and how IT systems
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As we enter 2017 full of anticipation and hope for the year ahead, many of us are also looking forward to what new technology will become available. From gaming, phones, laptops to wearable tech, 2017 holds a lot of excitement within the tech world. Nintendo’s upcoming gaming console, The Switch is due to arrive in
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