Many of us take connection to the internet for granted…we have phones, laptops and plenty of them. We all know what it’s like when we lose our mobile or, heaven forbid, internet connection. So imagine living in a world where you don’t have a phone, a laptop or internet connection… how would you get by?
If you’re not doing it all of the time, you’ll be doing it some of the time and if you’re not doing it at all you’ll be the envy of many who don’t have a choice. ‘Working from home’ sounds great and it was always the ultimate working blag… “yeah, sure you are”.
As the world limps on and businesses in the UK contend with the challenges of another period of lockdown, B4 members representing the Business Services, IT & Communications Hub marked Data Protection Day on Thursday 28th January 2021 by discussing what the major threats were to their businesses. With thanks to Darren Aston (Aston & James), Neill Lawson-Smith (CIS Ltd), Paul Ballinger (STL Communications), Salim Benadel (Storm Internet) and Kellie Peters (Databasix).
At the beginning of 2020 Databasix hosted a webinar wherein we discussed the data protection challenges for the year ahead. At no point during the preparation or delivery of the webinar did I talk about working through a global pandemic.
Brendon Cross is the public face of STL, he’s also the founder of the phenomenal Twin Town charity event.
We recently won the Best In-House Technology award at the annual Academic Venue Awards, hosted in London.
In the last issue of B4, Paul Ballinger, Managing Director of STL Communications, featured in our lead article alongside founder, Brendon Cross, the man who has backed Paul to help him drive the company’s ‘next exciting chapter’.
The enforced lockdown due to the Coronavirus has placed a new demand for IT systems and technology like never before.
When it comes to clouds, it seems everyone is talking about them and they are everywhere, but are they important to you and do you know how your company can benefit from using them?