We love to listen to your opinions – and to share our own!

Welcome to our IT blog! Here you could find a thing or two about current technological and worldly affairs that could affect business.

Here are a few of our observations. Let us know what you think!

Liquid Cooling Innovation for a Highly Efficient Data Centre

The Lenovo ThinkSystem SD650 V2 dual-node tray is designed for High-Performance Computing (HPC), large-scale cloud, heavy simulations and modelling. It supports Lenovo Neptune™ Direct to Node (DTN) technology as well as workloads from technical computing, grid deployments, and analytics, and is ideally suited for fields such as research, life sciences, energy, simulation, and engineering. The […]

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Protect your business and sleep better at night in 2023 from just £79.99 per user

Chief information security officers, IT Managers and business owners have the onerous task of protecting their organisations from multiple cyber threats each, and every day and your team members could unwittingly be your enemy in the continuing fight. Barracuda Phishline is an awareness and simulation solution developed to educate and upskill your teams and protect […]

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True Resilience It has to be RO2 (formerly RA02)

BT RO2 (formerly RAO2) MPLS Redundancy & Resilient Access There is a fair amount of confusion in the market place regarding what is and isn’t possible from a BT RO2 MPLS Redundancy. In all honesty, there are many clients which believe they have full resiliency between their primary and failover circuits but probably don’t due […]

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Ten reasons to consider a CoLo service

A colocation facility (CoLo) provides space, cooling, power, bandwidth and physical security for businesses that need to rent space for their servers and other significant computing hardware and is usually leased by the rack, cabinet, cage or room depending on client requirements. There are many reasons why a business could decide on a CoLo rather […]

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Retiring the BT copper network

The current analogue copper network is over one hundred years old and is progressively costly to maintain. Whilst the consequences will be positive – faster broadband speeds and higher quality service for us all – the digital upgrade might seem daunting as over fifteen million premises and homes will need to adopt alternative technologies over […]

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Office to rent

Office Space In St Albans 13 Parkway Wood, St Albans AL3 6PA • Situated in Porters Wood, part of the Cedar Court development • Estimated desk space for eight to twelve people • Can be partitioned into smaller sections • Up to three car parking spaces • Modern high specification office building • Approximately 1400 […]

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Role Swapping

Platinum Point, the weekly invitation-only business group I’m a member of, talk for a minute each on our business, business tips, or an interesting subject. This week myself and another member, Christine Frith, decided to swap identities and talk about each other’s business to the group. I have some sympathy with Christine Frith as IT […]

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We had an IT emergency last week…

We had an IT emergency last week… A client had to quickly leave their building due to a structural issue that has presented itself. We got the call on the Monday to say that the situation had deteriorated to such an extent that they needed their Server and associated equipment relocated and possibly hosted at […]

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