We ask....Is cybercrime a risk for British SME's? Global brands under attack are hitting the headlines with big returns for the hackers, so are the smaller businesses really at risk or merely sitting ducks! The FSB (Federation of Small Businesses) provide some stark statistics about the real threats and we explore the simple steps to improve your security and protect your business!
Neil Scott, BID Manager from Totally Truro talks to us about moving their IT systems to the cloud and why working with the 'nice guys' at NCI has 'minimised the risk' of data loss and system downtime.
Filmed by WEB TV, NCI's roving ramblers braved the ragged rocks in a quest for stardom!
It was a glorious evening and the warmth of the sun beckoned as the NCI hiking team headed to Perranporth for fun, fame and flying drones! There was a whole lot more in store than our usual cliff-top jaunt. The evening's events were captured for our corporate video showcasing some of our 'action team' out of the office
Protect children and staff in their use of technology and the data stored
We like the article below by Mark James at ESET Customer Support. Mark spoke at our School Tech Show 2015 to highlight the importance OFSTED place on data protection and encryption and what this means for schools.
In the guidelines for inspection, Ofsted stated schools must seek to protect and educate pupils and staff in their use of technology. This includes having the appropriate mechanisms in place to...
Transformational benefits for NCI as they connect with Superfast Broadband for speeds over 10 times faster than before!
As a result the team have enhanced and developed their services, expanded their cloud computing facilities and created even more benefits for customers.
Read the 'Superfast Cornwall' case study below for all the juicy details on how NCI have become superfast!
In 2013, a devastating typhoon hit large areas of the Philippines, the strongest storm ever to make landfall. The disaster affected 14 million people, 4 million were homeless; tearing lives apart and robbing children of a normal future.
On Wednesday 5th Feb, Andy Trish is heading off from Cornwall on what will be over a 28 hour journey through RAF Brize Norton, to the Ascencion Islands and finally on to the Falkland Islands. a total of 19 hours flying.