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    The Security Sprawl: How Vendor Consolidation Can Reduce Risk and Complexity 
    Author Steve Harrison The ever-expanding security ecosystem has become a risk in itself. As organisations rapidly adopt new technologies, their security infrastructure grows increasingly complex. The average company now juggles dozens of security products from countless vendors—each producing alerts, requiring management, and posing potential vulnerabilities.  This fractured approach is a gift to attackers. With tools...

    The Security Sprawl: How Vendor Consolidation Can Reduce Risk and Complexity 

    AMD Ryzen™ AI x Windows 11 & SCC: Get Ready For The Future Of Your Business  
    Artificial intelligence is the defining technology of our time. Integrating it into your business processes has infinite benefits for efficiency, security, productivity, creativity and collaboration.   That’s why SCC is collaborating with AMD Ryzen™ AI x Windows 11. We will ensure your business is not only future proof, but at the cutting edge of technological advancement.  ...

    AMD Ryzen™ AI x Windows 11 & SCC: Get Ready For The Future Of Your Business  

    Rugged Range: Easy to use, hard to break
    In the tough, competitive world of business, employees need devices that offer a mix of high performance and the best protection from challenging conditions, whatever their job or industry. Delivered in partnership with SCC, Samsung offers a range of rugged devices, designed to withstand the most challenging work environments. They offer peace of mind and...

    Rugged Range: Easy to use, hard to break

    NHS Fife: Solving organisational challenges to maximise usability, efficiency & security
    NHS Fife is an excellent example of a healthcare board diligently confronting the challenges that often obstruct or delay modernisation initiatives from progressing forward. GPs practices in Scotland operate independently however work collaboratively with Health Boards on their digital infrastructure, including print systems. Challenges relating to printing were identified within Fife due to the agile...

    NHS Fife: Solving organisational challenges to maximise usability, efficiency & security

    Why Connectivity and Cellular Networking Matter
    Network demands have increased in recent years and as we rely so heavily on IT to underpin our business, connectivity is massively important. Often we’ll see organisations having just a single connection into an important site and because of the importance of IT, should that connection fail, it means that the organisation simply ceases to...

    Why Connectivity and Cellular Networking Matter

    M365 Copilot: Building The Business Case
    If you’re involved with IT and have begun to explore the possibilities of artificial intelligence, then you’ll probably already be aware of Microsoft Copilot. The AI assistant tool for a wide range of Microsoft products, including 365, Outlook, Bing and more, is transforming day-to-day work for a wide range of employees and job roles. As...

    M365 Copilot: Building The Business Case

    Is it possible to have it all with Azure Virtual Desktop? 
    Author Steve Smith, Technology & Operations Director – Public Cloud The demand for virtual desktop solutions has understandably boomed in recent years, but from my experience, there’s a lot of users who aren’t getting what they’re looking for. Many Citrix VDI users have found themselves struggling with high licensing costs and high hardware requirements. Meanwhile,...

    Is it possible to have it all with Azure Virtual Desktop? 

    Zero Trust and Shared Services for Local Government
    The headlines around security breaches and public-sector organisations often make alarming reading. But behind the scenes, the problem is even bigger than it might seem: cybercriminals are more sophisticated and better-resourced than ever. Furthermore, the consequences of a data breach are enormous for the organisation involved – and for the public whose private information often...

    Zero Trust and Shared Services for Local Government

    SCC & iboss announce a strategic partnership to offer Zero-Trust services in the UK
    We are happy to announce SCC is forging a dynamic partnership with iboss, a recognised leader in cloud security. In the ever-evolving landscape of cloud-first environments, SCC understands the importance of robust security measures for businesses. With this partnership, we are delighted to introduce a groundbreaking Zero Trust service designed to fortify your data, systems,...

    SCC & iboss announce a strategic partnership to offer Zero-Trust services in the UK

    Zero Trust and Shared Services for Healthcare
    The healthcare sector is currently facing a host of challenges when it comes to technology and care delivery. Healthcare bodies are attempting to maximise efficiency, control equipment status and enable access to patient data across organisations for better integration of care. However, the issues of cost pressures and the rising risk of cybercrime are making...

    Zero Trust and Shared Services for Healthcare

    Security Predictions 2024: Safeguarding the Digital Future
    Embracing the Future: Artificial Intelligence Challenges As we witness a remarkable surge in artificial intelligence, the challenges it poses to security measures continue to grow. The question that lingers is whether the drive to embrace AI is the beacon of the future. Explore the intricacies and implications of AI in cybersecurity and stay ahead of...

    Security Predictions 2024: Safeguarding the Digital Future

    Secure government, enabled by Zero Trust and shared services
    Central government is one of the most commonly targeted walks of life when it comes to cybercrime. The volume, value and sensitivity of the information that government bodies deal with every day means that the potential rewards for sophisticated, well-resourced cybercriminals are substantial. It’s for that reason (amongst others) that the government, through organisations such...

    Secure government, enabled by Zero Trust and shared services

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