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entrust IT complete acquisition of Serval Systems Ltd

entrustIT is  pleased to announce that on November 30th 2019, we completed the majority acquisition of Serval Systems, an IT Managed Service Provider based in East Grinstead, West Sussex. 

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How you can ALWAYS have the latest and greatest from Microsoft

For a business in the present day, the productivity of its workforce revolves around a basic office suite. However, this is not enough for the modern workforce, as they come with a new desire for a different way of working… a way that is more mobile. Microsoft recognised this and updated Office 365 to enable users to conduct work from almost anywhere, on a wide variety of devices, from computers to smartphones and tablets.

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Does your IT have the support it NEEDS?

Technology is great, but sometimes it lets you down. If your hardware fails, who do you turn to? Things can get expensive quickly - according to Gartner the average cost of IT downtime is $5,600 per minute. entrustIT can be there to support organisations of all sizes, from small businesses to big corporates, helping to reduce downtime and maximise productivity.

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5 Steps To A Smooth Cloud Migration

The cloud has revolutionised the way we work and is undoubtedly here to stay. In fact, insights from LogicMonitor’s Cloud Vision 2020: The Future of the Cloud Study have shown that 83% of enterprise workloads will be in the cloud by 2020!

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IT Decision-Makers Increasingly Opt For Cloud-Native Architectures

A recently published survey from Cloud Foundry discovered that although the IT industry is more multi-platform than ever the foundations are cloud-native.

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UK CEOs Believe Cyber-Attacks Are Inevitable

The new survey by KPMG discovered that 40% of UK business leaders believed that they would become the target of cyber-criminals.

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Dropbox hack highlights security risks

In September Dropbox  emailed 68 million users to inform them that the next time they logged in to their accounts they would be prompted to change their passwords. The users in question were those who had not changed their passwords since mid-2012. When asked why Dropbox were  suddenly taking action against those users – Dropbox made their reasoning clear. “We recently learned about an old set of Dropbox user credentials (email addresses and passwords) that we believe were obtained in 2012.”

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What could a Trump presidency mean for technology?

In one of the biggest underdog stories of the last decade, Donald Trump will be the 45th President of the United States. The US election that felt as if it has dominated the headlines forever, is finally over and a new presidency will likely bring a change of direction for the most powerful country on Earth. This could have some profound implications on the technology industry across the world. In this article, I will be examining some of the claims and policies that Mr. Trump made regarding technology during his campaign and how those policies might affect the industry going forward.

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When disaster strikes, you're covered

It’s a sight that has become all too familiar this winter. Strong winds, flooded streets and fallen trees. Storm Imogen is another name to add to the list of uncharacteristically extreme weather in the UK. The Independent claims that the cost to the UK economy of the flooding over the Christmas period could reach £6bn. “Economists have predicted that the recent flooding will hit Britain’s GDP by 0.2 per cent due to businesses being forced to close, loss of agriculture output, and people not being able to go shopping and travel.”

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