United Kingdom

Zylpha’s Latest Document Bundling System Targets Both iManage and Iken users

The UK’s leading legal systems innovator Zylpha (www.zylpha.com) has announced the latest version of its widely acclaimed document bundling system. Key to the new version is a high-performance iManage connector with iManage Work 10 connectivity and an all new connector for the Iken Case Management system.

Ultima Displays Launches Its Exclusive Vision Banner Range RealWire Mon, 04/16/2018 - 07:04

Corby, UK, 16 April 2018 – Ultima Displays, Europe’s leading one-stop solutions and hardware providers, has launched its new ‘Vision’ Banner range, a modern, sleek and elegantly designed range of display solutions. Offering a solution for all needs and budgets, the Vision Banner range is designed to display any brand message with both style and impact and is unique to the portable display market. The full range will be unveiled for the first time during next week’s Sign & Digital event in Birmingham.

UKCloud maintains its market-leading position as one of the first companies in the UK to achieve ISO27017 certification

London - 6 March 2018 - UKCloud, the easy to adopt, easy to use and easy to leave assured cloud services company today announced that it has achieved certification against the ISO27017 information security standard, which specifically relates to the security of cloud services. Demonstrating its total commitment to align its operating standards with world-class best practices, this additional certification recognizes UKCloud’s adherence to a framework of focused controls which are specific to the provision of cloud-based services.

Work-life balance of UK IT professionals lags behind US workers but equals Australians

PagerDuty, the global leader in Digital Operations Management, today announced a new study that reveals the work-life balance of UK IT professionals is lagging behind that of their US counterparts but matches Australia data, according to a new report from the company.

The survey of over 800 IT professionals across the UK, the US and Australia, found that twice as many US respondents (36%) said their work-life balance was excellent versus just 15% of IT professionals in the UK and 16% Australia.

Panasonic introduces the newest version of its fully rugged detachable notebook, the Toughbook CF-20

BRACKNELL, UK. 7th FEBRUARY 2018 - Panasonic today announced the newest version of its fully rugged detachable notebook which brings to mobile business computing unrivalled performance, enhanced security and superior usability. The Toughbook CF-20, originally launched in 2015, is still the first and only 10.1" fully rugged notebook with detachable tablet, further demonstrating Panasonic’s leadership in the rugged mobile computing market as it continues to deliver innovative fully rugged and semi-rugged 2-in-1 detachable devices.

A Record Number of UK Consumers Switched Energy Supplier Last Year

​​5.5 million Energy consumers switched to electricity last year. This marked a new record and suggested that people are becoming savvier about these deals. Energy UK, the leading trade association in the country, said that they had over 400,000 switches in December alone, increasing the total annual switching value by 15%.

Lotus Notes and the GDPR conundrum RealWire Mon, 01/08/2018 - 12:34

Many organizations have yet to start the process of migrating their data and applications away from the Lotus Notes platform, and while there are many reasons as to why this is so, probably the two key ones are a truly compelling event that forces the issue and a lack of expertise. This is according to Jon Pyke, CEO, CIMtrek Ltd.

70% of European IT decision-makers see Brexit as a business opportunity

London, UK, 6th November 2017 - Interoute, the global cloud and network provider, has revealed new survey results showing almost two-thirds (63 per cent) of businesses across Europe are anticipating high growth in the year ahead. Reassuringly despite its turbulent outlook, the UK was only slightly behind the European average at 61 per cent. As the political climate presents opportunities for those countries and companies that can move at pace, on average 70 per cent believed Britain leaving the EU was an opportunity for their company.