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GDPR Brexit Review

14 December, 2016

The General Data Protection Regulation was set to be in place by May 2018. However due to the 2016’s referendum where the UK public voted out of the European Union, this will now influence how the government works with the GDPR.

By    -   Sales and Marketing Manager

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Dirty Cow: The latest Linux Kernel Privilege-Escalation Vulnerability

25 October, 2016

‘Dirty Cow’ may sound humorous and far strung from the world of IT Systems Security, but the truth couldn’t be more different…

By    -   Head of Technical Projects

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How-To: Rate Limit Outbound Mail in Postfix using PostFWD on CentOS 6.x

21 October, 2016

In this guide, I show you how to install Postfix and PostFWD (Postfix Firewall Daemon), configure rate limiting for a specific recipient domain, and…

By    -   Head of Technical Projects

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Virtual Reality Within the Workplace

14 October, 2016

Over the past couple of years, Virtual Reality has slowly become more and more realistic for everyone to use in their day to day lives, with its more probable use being in…

By    -   Web Strategist

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Microsoft Ignite 2016

6 October, 2016

Last week our Technical Director attended Microsoft Ignite 2016 in Atlanta to keep up to date on the latest developments from Microsoft and the technology industry. Matt writes about his experience below and why we…

By    -   CEO, Technical Director

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Dedicated GPU Servers

2 September, 2016

GPU-accelerated computing combines the GPU and CPU components, which together can then be used for a host of applications. GPU accelerators are now more frequently used in datacentres in high profile companies as well as universities, technical/medical laboratories and…

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