borwell is based in Malvern, Worcestershire within the Midlands Engine in the centre of the UK. It has great access to Europe and the rest of the world. Worcestershire attracts many of the UK’s most talented and skilled Defence, Cyber Security, Software and Technology professionals. The borwell team is here to create your world class software solutions. Agile teams deliver projects in niche capability areas and these team are able to work with most technologies, APIs and interfaces
Handling big data starts with processing, data reduction and data fusion
Software solutions are built for you as web apps, middleware or powerful desktop applications
As an expert Systems Integrator (SI), the borwell team maximises value from COTS products and your operational legacy systems
Digital Collaboration in your supply chain improves confidentiality, security and provides a single place for all information
It's about you
The borwell team takes pride in listening to your vision, mission and operational challenges, opportunities & needs
Tailored to your business needs, agile teams create software solutions using the latest technologies, software tools and programming languages. These teams deliver the best possible solution for your business. A highly skilled agile team will work with your team to evolve and understand your exact requirements. Using our extensive experience means we deliver you world class solutions, which will be secure by design. Our team ranges from the very creative to diligent, analytical people. The main goal of the borwell team is to automate your processes, workflows, usually moving your paper and spreadsheets based processes to a number of secure web application and mobile apps
Your solution will...
> Be tailored to your business needs
> support your business operations
> Be fully supported & maintained
We are always on the lookout to expand our talented team. Could you be our next rising star?
Looking for a career in software engineering, technology or sales? The borwell business is going from strength to strength. As a result, we are actively recruiting for digital enablers. 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 careers page for featured vacancies. If you don't see a current vacancy that matches your skills and experience, and believe you can make our Customers even more digitally enabled, then apply anyway. We would love to hear from you :-)
To find out how the borwell team can digitise your business operations please contact us...
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Happy 16th birthday borwell!
On the 3rd February 2019 the business is 16 years young! This blog explains a bit more about our business growth and our team.
Cyber security consists of processes and technologies designed to protect systems, networks, people and data from cyber attacks. In the UK, whether at home or at work, the majority of us are reliant on digital communication and online services, and this can result in an exposure to cyber security risks. Although the impact of cybercrime
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Cyber Security has not always been a high priority among businesses. However, with the growing threat and proven damage showing among high profile companies and services like TalkTalk, Equifax, Yahoo and even the NHS has shone light on how Cyber Security should be taken very seriously. Businesses, regardless of their size, are now catching on
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A US-based Information Security company, Secureworks, has identified attacks originating from Iran targeting over 300 Universities including those based in the United Kingdom, Australia and the US. The attack on universities was harvesting credentials by posting a fake website that then redirected to a legitimate page. Victims that entered their normal login credentials into the
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The Internet of Things encompasses everything that is connected to the internet, ranging from smart toasters which will send a notification to your phone when the bread is finished toasting, to devices that can monitor anything from your blood pressure, heart rate or even your pace maker. All of these devices collect and share data
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In July 2018, Google was criticised for allowing employees from third-party apps to read emails if the app was integrated with a Gmail account. In the following month the Associated Press revealed that Google was tracking users’ locations regardless of whether they had turned off their phone location history settings. On Monday 8th October, Google
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A discovery on the 25th September revealed that 50 million accounts, including Mark Zuckerberg’s own account, had been compromised in an attack on Facebook. Attackers tricked the website into handing over digital keys to individual accounts. This attack affected accounts that were used to authorise logins on services like Instagram and Spotify. The exploit granted
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Microsoft has announced that they will be ceasing to provide security updates for Windows 7 by 2020. This decision was made to encourage people to move away from the Operating System to the new Windows 10 platform. Businesses will have to pay Microsoft for Windows 7 Security Updates by 2020. For businesses that cannot feasibly transition
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Álex Cruz, Chief Executive and Chairman of British Airways has described the recent data breach on ba.com and the mobile app as a “sophisticated, malicious criminal attack”. Although the breach was similar to the attack on Ticketmaster earlier this year, the criminals were able to access BA’s site directly rather than compromising a third-party system.
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In August, researchers found the third significant security flaw from Intel computer chips exploit this year which is known as the Foreshadow. The US government’s body for cyber security has identified the Foreshadow exploit to have vulnerabilities that could have been exploited to gain access to sensitive information. This is a similar vulnerability to the
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