|    Register
  
Sunday, February 14, 2016

Study the diagram below and answer the question

 

 Who is looking after your technology?

 

How can New World Solutions help you?

In the news

NCA dials up UK business engagement on cyber crime
Rapidly ramping up law enforcement engagement with business on cyber crime is a top priority for National Cyber Crime Unit deputy director Sarah Goodall

Netflix is now 100% all-in on the AWS cloud
Streaming firm details the challenges it faced during seven-year push to wind down its datacentres and move everything into the AWS public cloud

Asean poised to gain in the global offshoring battle
According to AT Kearney’s 2016 Global Services Location Index, robotics process automation and business process as a service could change the outsourcing industry, benefiting Asean countries

Datacentre operators must prepare for power use and emissions regulations
Colocation provider Digital Realty says datacentre operators must prepare for tighter regulations around emission levels and power use

Amnesty International joins calls for UK spy law changes
Amnesty International urges the UK government to re-draft its Investigatory Powers Bill to restore public confidence through proper judicial oversight

Telstra outage fires warning to corporate Australia
Mobile network interruption shows how dependent Australian organisations are on national supplier

US IT professionals overconfident in cyber attack detection, study finds
Most US IT professionals are confident in key security controls to detect cyber attacks – but unsure how long it would take automated tools to discover a breach

Ukraine cyber attacks extend beyond power companies, says Trend Micro
As half the homes in the Ivano-Frankivsk region plunge into darkness, Trend Micro finds evidence of cyber attack on a mining and a railway company

House of Commons Science and Technology Committee calls for Data Ethics Council
House of Commons select committee on Science and Technology publishes its report into the promise and pitfalls of big data, advocating a data ethics council and more urgency on data privacy

CIO interview: Ismo Platan, SSAB
Retiring CIO of Swedish steel company tells Computer Weekly about the progress made in merging two Nordic steel firms and looks at the biggest hurdles that lie ahead

Five local authorities around the country agree shared services contract
Five councils in different parts of England have agreed to jointly sign outsourcing agreements, including IT services provision

Tech Nation 2016 report reveals demand for digital skills in all sectors
The digital industries contributed £87bn to the economy in 2014 – but there remains a lack of skills and broadband is still unevenly distributed

Social engineering is top hacking method, survey shows
Social engineering tops the list of popular hacking methods, underlining the need for continuous monitoring, according to security firm Balabit

Met Office extends application program interfaces with CA Technologies
The Met Office uses application program interface (API) management from CA Technologies to support new ways of accessing weather data

Digital internships in India with TCS now open to UK graduates
India’s biggest IT supplier, Tata Consultancy Services, plans to recruit 1,000 UK graduates for paid internships over the next four years

CIOs must start planning for 5G today, says 451 Research
A report from analysts at 451 Research urges businesses to start preparing their technology for 5G mobile networks ahead of deployment

Financial institutions on high alert for major cyber attack
The financial sector is facing the highest number of organised cyber attacks and multi-channel threats, a ThreatMetrix report reveals

Tony Singleton leaves G-Cloud for the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills
After several years leading the charge at G-Cloud, Tony Singleton will join the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills (BIS)

Misgivings rise as EU-US agreement unravels under scrutiny
Privacy Shield, the proposed replacement for Safe Harbour, looks increasingly like a PR exercise, rather than a genuine solution

CDOs lack organisational design experience, says Gartner
Research firm identifies immaturity in the organisational design of the set-ups led by the new breed of chief data officer and offers a menu of four design options
What's New
Finally, an effective, enterprise class product to deal with the onslaught of Spyware!
This growing problem has been largely ignored by the major software vendors until recently and the problem has gotten out of hand. Through a partnership agreement with Microsoft, Sun-Belt Software has introduced Counter Spy Enterprise, the first truly effective product that we have found, and it is designed for the network administrator. We've installed this at a number of clients and think it is a winner. Learn more about it by calling us today.  
New World Solutions introduces the Virtual IT Department
An affordable technology solution that allows your business to function as if it had it's own IT department. Our clients love it and we think you will too.   read more...
Copyright 1996-2011 by New World Solutions, Inc.     |    Privacy Statement    |    Terms Of Use
nike zoom kobe vNike Air Force 1 shoesugg boots saleugg classic talldiscount ugg bootsmoncler jackets saleUGG AUSTRALLIA�����ޥå���UGG �֩`��cheap air force one