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British airways
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Five things we can learn from the British Airways system outage

British Airways (BA) passengers around the world were seen facing cancelled flights and delays due to computer problems over the bank holiday weekend. Although flights have now returned to normal, the IT glitches have meant shares have fallen…
Hacker at work
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Are you ready for the GDPR?

The new GDPR (General Data Protection Regulation) will be taking force in May 2018. The updated piece of EU legislation will be the legal framework for data protection across Europe. Its purpose is to protect individual’s personal information…
2017
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Top Technology Trends of 2017

2016 was definitely a year many would rather forget and I think we are all ready for 2017. From events in politics which will rewrite history, to a never-ending stream of bad news. However, 2016 had its fair share of important technological…
Microsoft
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Microsoft open multiple Data Centres in the UK

Microsoft have announced the opening of multiple UK Data Centres. The aim is to allow customers to use their cloud services whilst knowing that their data remains in the country. The centres in London, Cardiff and Durham will host their range…
Brexit

What do technology companies say about Brexit?

The European Union referendum is looming and a big question GMA have is, do technology companies want to remain or leave? As the Technology Sector is a growing and high-profile part of the UK economy, there is little wonder that there are many…
Olympics
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How to prepare your business and its IT systems for the Olympics?

The 2012 Olympic Games is fast approaching and will put extra pressure on your business and IT systems. The Olympics will bring to London: -10,000 athletes -37,000 members of the press -800,000 spectators per day -At 37 venues   The…