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Lexmark teams up with iHubbub to support and connect with small business and home-based workers

Lexmark teams up with iHubbub to support and connect with small business and home-based workers

Lexmark has linked up with iHubbub, who has just launched the UK's first social network for small business and home workers and after only a few weeks their membership is expected to reach 40,000.

Will they ever learn on USB flash drives?

Will they ever learn on USB flash drives?

By Graeme Batsman, director of Data Defender Ltd. Recently various news stories came out relating to the loss of an un-encrypted USB flash drive. The USB flash drive was owned by an employee of the nuclear safety watchdog, the Office for Nuclear Regulation (ONR). ONR is a subdivision of the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) a national independent watchdog for work-related health, safety and illness.

Nexsan Assureon secure online archive recognised as 'first-class solution'

Nexsan Assureon secure online archive recognised as 'first-class solution'

Nexsan has announced results from a TechValidate user survey which reveal a high product satisfaction rate for Nexsan Assureon in applications that require long-term data archiving, storage optimisation and secure, compliant storage.

Staffordshire County Council installs a Kodak scanning solution to support opening of new County Council HQ

Staffordshire County Council installs a Kodak scanning solution to support opening of new County Council HQ

Kodak has announced that Staffordshire County Council has implemented a high performance document scanning solution to digitise the majority of its files as it moves into a brand new, 150,000 sq ft purpose-built HQ called Staffordshire Place.

Water authorities tighten up on security with tokenless 2 factor

Water authorities tighten up on security with tokenless 2 factor

Northumbrian Water Limited (NWL) is using a fresh approach to the age-old problem of providing secure access to corporate systems without the need for tokens or smartcards.

Rochdale Council loss of 18,000 records stored on USB are memory sticks a secure enough choice, asks KeepItSafe?

Rochdale Council loss of 18,000 records stored on USB  are memory sticks a secure enough choice, asks KeepItSafe?

Following news that the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) has found Rochdale Council in breach of the Data Protection Act for losing an unencrypted memory stick, online backup experts KeepItSafe have questioned whether local government organisations should be storing sensitive data on portable devices in the first place no matter whether encrypted or not.

Notting Hill Housing Trust contracts Advanced 365 to deliver 7.43 million IT outsourcing service

Notting Hill Housing Trust contracts Advanced 365 to deliver 7.43 million IT outsourcing service

Notting Hill Housing Trust (NHHT) has contracted Advanced 365 to deliver a private cloud managed IT service for four years with the option of extending it for a further two years.

NHS Camden Procurement Cooperative addresses NHS reform and saves 2.7M in its first year with UNIT4

NHS Camden Procurement Cooperative addresses NHS reform and saves 2.7M in its first year with UNIT4

In 2008 NHS Camden Shared Procurement Service realised that its own fragmented systems typified the much criticised NHS back-office stereotype.

STL Technologies is Impinj Inc's Criminal Justice partner

STL Technologies, the criminal justice software specialist, has signed a partnership deal with RFID expert Impinj Inc. the RFID solutions developer.

Surrey Heath Council deploys Enterprise Document Management Solution (EDMS)

Surrey Heath Council deploys Enterprise Document Management Solution (EDMS)

The EDMS solution has been implemented by Winchester based Avanquest ProcessFlows, provider of cost saving business solutions for Local Government and private sector organisations.

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