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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As of last year, Google pledged to stop collecting data from Gmail user’s inboxes to fuel targeted advertisements. However, this does not apply for the third-party developers that create apps and extensions for Gmail. Google claims that all third-party app developers and companies are examined before granting them access to the Gmail service, and that swift action is taken in any instances of poor or unclear practice from
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A recent study into used storage devices such as memory cards, USB sticks and Hard Drives has been conducted by The University of Hertfordshire’s Cyber Security Centre to see how often used storage devices is bought and sold containing personal data from the previous owner. The study involved purchasing 100 used storage devices from online
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The Wi-Fi Alliance, responsible for the overseeing of Wi-Fi standards and protocols, has recently announced and began certification of the new WPA3 security protocol that is scheduled to be released in late 2019. This protocol will be used to supersede the WPA2 standard that has been in use for the last 14 years. WPA3 aims
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Recent research into the security of Internet of Things (IoT) devices has uncovered an authentication vulnerability with the Google Home and Chromecast. By exploiting this vulnerability, an attacker can obtain the user’s geographical location, accurate to a 15-foot radius. Security Researcher Craig Young, who found the vulnerability, explains that the exploit requires the user to
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Tapplock is a popular, Bluetooth-based, fingerprint activated padlock. The speciality of this padlock comes down to the fingerprint recognition technology which allows users to unlock the padlock with their fingerprint or use a mobile application remotely. As an added benefit, you can even allocate trusted individuals who can also use the mobile application to unlock
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It is a known fact that Facebook can track the activity of users via the comment fields and like & share buttons on posts regardless of whether you interact with those buttons. The Facebook like and share buttons are present on thousands of websites enabling Facebook to track users across multiple sites, revealing information about
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Sharenting is a relatively recent term being used to describe the overuse of social media by parents who are sharing too much information about their children in their social media posts. While it may just seem like the harmless act of proud parents, Barclays claims that sharenting is in fact the weakest link in risking online fraud and
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Google has added an expiration feature to their Gmail service which allows users to set an expiration date for their sent emails, after which the email will be removed and permanently destroyed from the recipient’s mailbox. The self-destruct feature works by sending a link as opposed to an attachment or sensitive content written within the
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Mesh networks make use of multiple Wi-Fi enabled routing devices to extend a Wi-Fi network across a much larger area, for example it is common for users who live in large houses to lose Wi-Fi signal due to the lack of range provided by a single Wi-Fi hotspot alone. The benefits of using a mesh
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Cancer Research is looking to harness the processing power of smartphones to assist research, by building up a network of 100,000 or more UK smartphones due to research progress being slowed by the lack of funding for and access to the much-needed super-computing resources. The project has been named DRUGS (Drug Repositioning Using Grids of
-> Continue reading How can smartphones help the fight against cancer?