A tweet from a schoolboy has re-opened the debate about the quality of tech education in British schools.
Once upon a time, in an enterprise far, far away, there lived a valiant IT manager and team. The team kept its company’s precious data safe from the evil, horrid hackers. One day, a breach occurred and sensitive data was stolen. Luckily, the company recovered – but only just.
Last year may have been an icy climate for new launches, but we’ve rounded up the product launches that rumbled 2017’s foundations for a variety of reasons.
Richard Blanford reflects on IT complexity and why tech infrastructure is like plumbing – it must support the services required in the locations desired.
A possible Brexit skills gap has prompted many businesses to start looking elsewhere for tech talent.
Cisco’s John Chambers once said: “Most companies will be digital within five years, yet the majority of digital transformation efforts will fail.” This is startling, especially since this failure is due to current enterprise technologies not being designed for the reality of business today.
The last year has seen businesses attacked with different kinds of ransomware – WannaCry, Petya – which has caused many leaders to doubt their BYOD policies. There is a way to ensure better smartphone security though.
It may be counter-intuitive but entrepreneur Richard Blanford finds that the summer holidays are a good time to sell – but you have to know products.
Organisations are only as strong as their weakest link. The National Cyber Security Centre must ensure companies develop a strategy to equip their IT teams.
When it comes to SME growth, public sector digital infrastructure can be a great way to stimulate and support the process.
Most of us are familiar with the film, or at least the phrase, Groundhog Day – made popular by the cult film starring Bill Murray.
While it’s a quarter of a century since Richard Blanford set up Fordway, he reflects on new opportunities and why he’s in business for the same reasons.