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13 01, 2016

What does Brexit mean for UK Data Protection?

By | January 13th, 2016|Security|0 Comments

Brexit.  Leaving the EU and it’s laws.  As a long time geek I’ve had the principles of the UK Data Protection Act drummed into me since I studied GCSE IT. It is the foundation of how we lay out the responsibility and liability for the care of the personal data we share with companies and [...]

22 06, 2015

The Northern Outhouse Powerhouse

By | June 22nd, 2015|Civil Infrastructure|0 Comments

I’ve been blogging a bit lately on UK technology policy and strategy lately, we’ve looked at the actual technology that the Northern Powerhouse requires and skills. I’ve tried to give some examples of where we’re really struggling and need that strategic help from uk.gov but are sadly lacking in anything with substance. Currently, the Northern [...]

9 06, 2015

The Northern Powerhouse: Where’s the tech?

By | June 9th, 2015|Civil Infrastructure|0 Comments

I used to call the Northern Powerhouse the M62 corridor. Not quite as affluent as the M4 corridor, but it was ours, local and err, Northern. The M62 corridor from Liverpool, past Manchester, across to Leeds and eventually ending in Hull is perhaps the largest and most easily accessible business area in the North of [...]

1 12, 2014

Ten Reasons Why You Need a Remote Working Strategy

By | December 1st, 2014|Collaboration, Smarter Working, Unified Communications|0 Comments

Remote workers So you’ve decided as a business that you’re going to set a policy that allows your workforce to be flexible where and when they work. The policies are written, you’ve communicated to the workforce all the different aspects of the policy. You’ve been clear that remote working is [...]

18 10, 2013

The ‘dark internet’ and why MPs are n00bs

By | October 18th, 2013|Technology|Comments Off on The ‘dark internet’ and why MPs are n00bs

I’m finding it increasingly more painful to watch politicians talking about areas of technology that they are poorly advised upon and have absolutely no clue. The dark internet has been one that’s popped up in recent weeks with regards to child abuse and pornography and as a justification of David Cameron placing more pressure on [...]