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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Worcestershire’s ‘Be Cyber Secure’ programme was launched last week. The programme helps Worcestershire based SME’s protect and improve their cyber security, enable business growth and achieve cyber accreditation. The programme draws on a partnership of several Worcestershire based organisations such as; Worcestershire Business Central, University of Worcester, National Cyber Security Centre and borwell ltd. A
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Last Friday’s cyber attack affected computers in the NHS, other government departments and businesses and organisations across over 100 countries. The organisations breached were (are) still using Windows XP, Windows 7 or Small Business Server 2003. All these products are obsolete. Microsoft do not officially support them. Windows XP support ended over three years ago!
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The threat level of cyber-attacks is currently the same level as terrorism in the UK according to the country’s secret service. We all rely on online services on a daily basis, as does the UK Government and a secure online environment is crucial for national security. HM Government also provide many online services to citizens
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Respondents to a recent Chamber of Commerce survey have reportedly fallen a victim of cyber in the past year alone. It also revealed that big businesses seemed to be the big targets, but smaller businesses were still being targeted also. The news that Cyber-attacks risk companies’ finances, confidence and reputation as well as jeopardising customer
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A recent report from the National Crime Agency (NCA) has detailed the “pathways” being explored by young people, resulting in criminal activity. The report details the increasing number of younger people getting involved with game-cheat websites or forums that talked about ways to change or ‘mod’ games. The internet is creating a new type of
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Superfast broadband is a reality for some in the UK, however there are still many businesses mainly in rural areas, that are struggling with reliable internet connections. The British Chamber of Commerce (BCC) released their Digital Economy Survey on the 27th March, revealing that despite companies saying that fast broadband was extremely important to their
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The Digital Sector is one of the fastest growing in the UK and contributes to the economy at twice the rate of other non-digital sectors. The UK already leads the world when it comes to new technology. We make more contactless payments than any other country and are natural innovators, eager to incorporate the latest
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Tech Nation has recently released its annual report on the digital sector within the UK, featuring a glowing report of Worcester and Malvern. Dubbed the ‘frontline of the Government’s cyber security strategy’, Worcester and Malvern were identified as a key digital and tech cluster in the UK. In the past twelve months Worcester and Malvern
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Apple have found themselves a victim of cyber-crime once more with ransomware attacks on user’s handsets. Apple have since offered a software update that should resolve the issue, however many were left with accusations of accessing adult material or pirating music via a pop up that could not be removed. The attackers were asking for
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As holiday season is fast approaching, more and more of us start looking at booking our summer getaway or family break and as ever it becomes even more imperative to remain savvy when spending online. Last week the travel association, ABTA made the news over a cyber-attack that put an estimated 43,000 customers at risk.
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