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 takes pride in listening to each customer's vision and needs
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Tailored to your business needs, agile teams create software solutions using the latest technologies and coding languages. They deliver the best possible solution for your business. A highly skilled agile team will work with your staff to understand your requirements. Using our extensive experience means we deliver you a world class solution, which will be secure by design. 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 application or mobile app.
Your solution will...
> Be tailored to your business needs
> support your day-to-day operations
> Be fully supported and maintained
We are always on the lookout to expand our talented team
Looking for a career in software engineering or cyber security? The borwell business is going from strength to strength. As a result we are advertising careers in software engineering and cyber security 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 with borwell, then please look at our career page :-)
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Those of you who have read my previous 3 blogs will have gained an understanding on the basics of location security, as shown in the first blog. The second showed how some apps will automatically opt you into location services and the third explains how applications can “scrape” your social media posts into other applications.
-> Continue reading Understanding Location Information And Digital Photos
My previous two blogs talked about the location settings on a phone and how your location is transmitted by opting in to different features within some social media apps. This blog will explore how other apps can “scrape” your location information. Let’s start at the technical level. Any developer can use a published API to
-> Continue reading Which Apps Use My Location?
The first blog in this 4 part series gave an overview of how your location can be revealed whilst you post on social media. This blog looks at a few examples in more detail. Firstly in the core settings of your phone you’ll be able to see which apps are using your location – that
-> Continue reading Am I Transmitting My Location?
Cards and contactless payments leave an extremely detailed digital footprint that can be used to track individuals while travelling. However, do we think about the implications of our social media use during our trips from a safety perspective (location security)? The woes of various celebrities have been well publicized in the past. Sporting stars whose
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You may have already heard of the security concerns regarding passwords and how easily attackers can take advantage of poor password security. However, the physical security of mobile devices stands to be deceptively inconspicuous among the latest security concerns. Character-based passwords are commonly broken due to poor complexity or discovering re-used passwords from services such
-> Continue reading Wipe After You Swipe: Your mobile passcodes exposed!
In recent years there’s been increase in the frequency and severity of individual people and groups attempting to expose flaws in security systems. There are a number of reasons why people attempt do this such as: access to private information, stealing accounts, or even to demand money from the victim of the breach. Below are
-> Continue reading 3 Cyber Security Threats You Could Face
There have been some fantastic developments in the corporate delivery of technology and communications in 2017, with so many businesses of all sizes utilising emerging technologies. 4G networks and VoIP telephone services have all been used in a bid to increase customer service. As we head into 2018, we look forward as to what could
-> Continue reading What Technology Does 2018 Have In Store?
In our modern day digital lives, one of the most challenging aspects is managing all of our online account passwords. In a recent study done by Experian, a credit monitoring firm, they found that people between the ages of 25-34 register for an average of 40 accounts per email address. However, across those 40 accounts,
-> Continue reading The Risk of Sharing Passwords
Social media giant, Facebook is currently trialling a Facebook Messaging App for Kids in the U.S. Launched last week, Facebook has announced its first app tailored for young users, it incorporates a ring-fenced network that will need parental approval on both sides before use. Messenger Kids is a simpler version of the messaging app Facebook
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One of the biggest trends in 2017 in terms of technology, has been the Internet of Things (IoT), so it comes as no surprise that it seems to be topping the tech Christmas lists. Tech Giant Curry’s and PC world have released their top pieces of technology it expects to take pride of place under
-> Continue reading The Internet of Things Tops Lists This Christmas