MLL Telecom renews managed network services contract with Greenwich

17 April 2024

MLL Telecom has announced the successful renewal of its managed network services contract with Royal Borough of Greenwich Council (RBG).

Valued at over £4 million over four years, the new contract ensures the continuation of MLL’s work which commenced in 2017 to enhance the connectivity, security and resilience of RBG’s wide area (WAN), local area (LAN) and wireless (WiFi) solutions. 

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26% of businesses not using AI for cybersecurity

16 April 2024

New research from Hornetsecurity highlights the AI cybersecurity gap affecting UK businesses: although 45% of companies have fallen victim to cyberattacks, 26% are still not using AI to enhance their cybersecurity defences.

The survey reveals that cyber threats are an escalating concern. The increased sophistication of these attacks, largely attributed to AI facilitating the process of threat creation, has been acknowledged by 85% of respondents.

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Nurture and maintain your network

15 April 2024

Alex Chapman, network services and security specialist, Britannic

Alex Chapman, network services and security specialist, Britannic

Securing your network is vital in today’s world and the role of the IT director is becoming increasingly complex with more devices being used and with the acceleration of new disruptive technologies such as AI. The cost of cybercrime is forecasted to be a staggering $10.5 trillion by 2025 according to Cybersecurity Ventures.

Usage of the network has changed considerably with hybrid working being commonplace, employees using their own devices for work and downloading new software and applications independently to help them be more efficient in their roles.

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Business leaders shift away from GenAI

11 April 2024

One-third of UK business leaders have abandoned plans to use generative AI following the Glasgow Willy Wonka Experience Scandal.

The event made headlines around the world after organisers used AI tools to create elaborate and misleading images to encourage ticket sales, as well as garbled AI scripts for actors appearing at the show.

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