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Theft of company data and how organisations can guard against it

Employee data theft is on the rise. Reports last month, based on EMV research, tell us the number of thefts of confidential information cases heard at the high court has risen by 58% in the last year and by a staggering 5,000% since 2006.

The adoption of cloud computing technologies within work places, in tandem with a rise in BYOD and...

10 · OCT ·20130

Summer release of 4G set to provide opportunity for retail, but smaller stores could suffer.

A study recently completed by retail analysts has suggested that the birth of 4G in the UK could have a major impact on retailers; with experts predicting it likely to increase retail spending by up to “£1.8 billion a year”.

The study has suggested that with the imminent widespread release of the technology resulting in faster and more reliable mobile connectivity,...

28 · MAR ·20130

BT entering a Niche to get a hearty slice of the 4G pie

At the end of a complex bidding process, the 4G auction has its victors and has raised £2.34bn for the public purse. About 90% less than the price paid at the 3G sale 13 years ago - at the height of the dot-com bubble. It's also more than £1bn short of what the chancellor...

27 · FEB ·20130

2012 Year in Review

In many ways the late naughties and the early part of this decade (what are we calling this one by the way?) have been characterised by what’s wrong with this country: the recession, the riots, union strikes, press misdemeanours and expenses scandals. And while 2012 has not been bereft of such of problems, it has been punctuated by events –...

3 · JAN ·20130

The Olympic technology legacy

With The Olympics now a tantalising 4 days away we discuss what kind of technological legacy the games might leave behind. The notion of an ‘Olympic legacy’ has become an increasingly important feature in the modern Olympics. Indeed any city seeking to host the games must build as convincing an argument as to how the positive influences of the games will...

23 · JUL ·20120

Launch of our bonded FTTC – PureFluid PULSE

Fluidata are delighted to announce the launch of our new bonded FTTC service. The first PureFluid PULSE service went live with a trial customer last month, and as you will see from this case study, we now have every reason to offer it to any client or prospective client lucky enough to benefit from it....

16 · MAY ·20120

The business case for 4G

16 · JAN ·20120

Another dimension to disaster recovery (FD 3G)

Fluidata have expanded our product portfolio of late to reach outside the confines of the office, Fluidata are now offering 3G for your mobile working needs. Our new Remote 3G offering brings another dimension to disaster recovery and network control, enabling workers to communicate with each other within a centralised network without the tedious and unstable

13 · JUN ·20110

Defining an SLA

In the business world, network redundancy has been high on the agenda post 9/11. We’re in an age where businesses are increasingly reliant upon technology to underpin their day to day operation; prolonged network failures are more costly than ever before. One common indicator of a connection’s reliability and resilience is the SLA, and in particular - the uptime guarantee. SLA’s...

10 · JUN ·20110

EFM provides options for business

Fluidata provide for a wide range of clients - from small tech start up’s to large enterprise organisations. Over the last 5 years we’ve helped hundreds of these organisations achieve fast, reliable, low contended internet utilising lower cost DSL based technologies. New developments in the connectivity market - most notably the advent of EFM and Keep reading ›

1 · JUN ·20110