For anyone in the NHS (and that’s around 1.5 million people) one of the more memorable events in 2017 will, sadly, be the WannaCry attack that struck back in May. The announcement that the NHS has agreed to a deal to make Windows 10 available to all NHS trusts couldn’t have come as more welcome news. Over 600 primary
I must be getting old (OK, I know that’s hardly a surprise and I’m already quite old) but it’s hard to believe we’re knee deep in 2018 already. It seems like only yesterday we were bemoaning 2016 as a standout bad year. Now we’re looking back and seeing what a catastrophic year 2017 was, at
Because of some of the recent malware attacks combined with some of the other high-profile breaches (Equifax comes to mind), “cyber-security” has become a household word. On December 12th, Cyber Advisors is hosting a webinar to tackle some of the important issues surrounding the topic. Even though people have become aware, there’s a lot left
There’s a wonderful website, despair.com, which produces parodies of those awful inspirational posters that were once so popular. My particular favorite is captioned, “Mistakes – It could be that the purpose of your life is only to serve as a warning to others”. In this increasingly automated world, it’s become frighteningly easy to become “that
If you are a CFO, like me, we spend a good chunk of our time working with our teams to ensure risk in the form of tax, treasury, internal controls and integrity of financial reporting is mitigated. Sometimes there’s a niggling risk worry that will cause us to wake up in a cold sweat— but
Last week in chapter 9 part 1 of our graphic novel, we found Ed, Sumir, Conor, and Gumisai aboard the mighty Quicksilver. Ed was teaching the new recruits the ins and outs of the vessel when suddenly, enemy ships emerged… This week we watch how Sumir commands his crew to write powerful Product Packs to
Last week in chapter 8 of our graphic novel, we met James. James fancied himself a detective, finding clues to solve an enigmatic puzzle. This week we find ourselves aboard the noble ship, The Quicksilver with captain Ed Aldrich helping to steer recruits Conor and Gumisai.
Last week in the Interlude of our graphic novel, we met Matt. Poor Matt. He made the unfortunate mistake of not having Tachyon installed. This week, meet James Davies. James is quite the character dressed in quite the get-up. What’s Mr. Holmes…er…I mean, Mr. Davies up to?
Last week in chapter seven of our graphic novel, Omar explained Tachyon with a clever metaphor. Tachyon’s ability to find things, even a “needle in a haystack” make it a valuable resource to anyone. This week we’re taking a little bit of a break. An interlude, if you will. We’d like to introduce you to “Matt”. He’s a
Last week in chapter six of our graphic novel, the evil and all-powerful Pandemic was taking control of the world’s devices. Until…TACHYON-MAN! As Sumir awoke from what seemed to be a dream, he was empowered by the idea that Tachyon is capable of many things. This week, Sumir converses with Omar, the 1E Data Architect. What’s he