The Networks & Information Systems Directive (NISD)

The Networks and Information Systems Directive, more commonly referred to as the NIS Directive, is a law that was introduced on 9th May this year. The purpose of this directive is to improve the security of businesses providing essential services such as energy, transport, banking and healthcare. NISD also applies to businesses providing critical digital
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Artificial Intelligence in the Emergency Services

Artificial Intelligence is an area of computer science covering the creation of ‘intelligent’ machines, enabling computers to respond to various inputs and even adapt to their surrounding environment via a process called Machine Learning whereby machines identify patterns in data to expand their ‘knowledge’ and ability to perform certain tasks. The Corti Digital Assistant, developed
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Is Virtual Reality Secure?

Virtual Reality (VR) is a technology that has become increasingly popular in the last few years, allowing users to become immersed in a virtual world of their choice from the comfort of their home. But is it secure? VR Technology requires users to have a VR Headset and Controllers which vary in levels of sophistication,
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Smartwatches: How times have changed

With the recent rise in “smartwear” technology, an increasing amount of people are beginning to see the benefits of wearing a smartwatch in day-to-day life – but are there any negatives to this technology craze? “What are they?” A smartwatch is the so-called “all-in-one” micro-solution to change your music, view texts, make calls, browse the
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What Technology Does 2018 Have In Store?

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
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Trends For Digital Transformation in 2018

2017 has been fairly eventful for technology and we expect 2018 to carry this trend on, as we approach the last month of the year, we can look forward to what technology 2018 might have to offer us. One reoccurring topic in the tech world that seems to be topping everyone’s list is the Internet
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The Most Anticipated Technology In 2017

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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Technology Tops Kids Christmas List

In an era where technology has developed at a rate not seen before the latest trends for kid’s toys are becoming more and more technical. Children often understand more about technology than their parents and with more toys aimed at encouraging the use of technology from an early age children are growing up with more
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IT and Tech gifts for Christmas 2014

Shopping! Black Friday shoppers caused a frenzy in the USA and in the UK too.  Who would have thought that Tescos would have to call the police when crowds got out of control! Shopping isn’t really that exciting is it? Every Christmas my wife and I make most of our Christmas shopping purchases in Worcester
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