Transport Research Lab to run £13m autonomous vehicle trials in London

A consortium led by the Transport Research Lab has been awarded government funding to run connected and autonomous vehicle tests in the capital

Two-thirds of businesses do not have skills to adopt AI

Despite the growth of artificial intelligence (AI), only a third of businesses say they have the necessary skills to adopt the technology

Mobile networks accused of overcharging loyal customers

EE, Three and Vodafone are continuing to charge customers for their smartphones after the devices have been paid off, according to a new report

HPE bets on hybrid IT to combat public cloud

HPE is re-engineering its business to focus on hybrid clouds powered by its recent ProLiant Azure Stack server. We assess the strategy

Ransomware decryption framework now available

McAfee has released a decryption framework to boost the production of decryption tools to help victims of ranswomware attacks

Cooperation vital to securing internet of things, says Europol

Europol and EU cyber security agency Enisa have hosted a two-day conference to find ways of addressing the cyber security risks posed by internet-connected devices

A tenth of datacentre managers shun use of DCIM tools, survey finds

The findings of a new report by Siemens and Intel suggests datacentre managers are taking a reactive approach to keeping on monitoring and managing the health of their infrastructure

IT security hindering productivity and innovation, survey shows

IT security is hindering productivity and innovation across enterprises, research has revealed

Safeguards permit GCHQ to share huge databases on public, court hears

Intelligence commissioners did not need technical expertise or support staff to check whether GCHQ and MI5 were lawfully sharing huge databases, court told

Government cuts cost of network infrastructure roll-out

Parts of the Electronic Communications Code have been updated to help communications providers deploy new infrastructure more quickly

Security industry more open, integrated and collaborative

McAfee says shift in industry’s approach is evidenced by adoption of its Data Exchange Layer and new collaborations through McAfee Security Innovation Alliance

SAP Q3 2017 results show steady growth in cloud revenue to €937m

SAP’s third quarter 2017 results show steady growth in cloud revenue, S/4 Hana adoption, and some uptake for its “digital transformation” spearhead SAP Leonardo

Lack of transparency obscures public cloud costs

IT administrators admit they are not making the most of their cloud storage and computing resources. Costs can escalate quickly if virtual machines are not managed properly

Millions being lost due to downtime in industrial systems

Industrial companies are losing $260,000 per hour due to unplanned downtime, but predicting failure using digital twins can help overcome the problem

Southend-on-Sea to become a smart city

Southend-on-Sea Borough Council will use Cisco’s Kinetic for Cities platform to improve service delivery, development and citizen engagement through digitisation as it transitions to a smart city model

Endpoint, cloud, people key to future cyber security, says McAfee

Endpoint devices, the cloud and people will be the security control points of the future, according to the chief of security firm McAfee

Post Office computer system legal case reaches important procedural juncture

Sub-postmasters group action against the Post Office reaches an important milestone

Norway’s Trondheim embraces the cloud with Google G Suite

Municipality is reaping the benefits of moving productivity software to the cloud

Infoblox partners with McAfee to combine web and DNS security

Infoblox is to collaborate with McAfee to combine web and DNS security to deliver unified protection

Ulster bank first to use full-scale Salesforce Einstein CRM

Ulster Bank has completed its roll-out of Salesforce Einstein CRM to arm its staff with insights and recommend actions

Consulting and Special Projects

At TBC, we understand that business can sometimes be overwhelming; that’s why we offer expert consulting on a range of issues.  Whether you’re looking into establishing a help desk, appropriately staffing your IT department, or thinking ahead with disaster planning and/or recovery, we can offer you a sure-fire solution.  Our knowledgeable advisors will provide you with consulting that will make any IT-related project a breeze.

Our areas of expertise are:

• Technical projects
• Network builds, migrations, and upgrades
• Disaster planning and recovery services
• Enterprise system design and consulting
• Technical project management
• Architecture and design
• Help desk (in-house and outsourced)
 
 

Not convinced?

We have effectively implemented IT project solutions for thousands of clients.  Our method is flexible and reliable, designed to cohere to nearly any project and situation you can come up with.  Our thorough project management process handles everything, including:
 
• Assigned technical project manager
• Pre-implementation technical review
• Installation check-points
• Documentation
• Best practices
• Client verification and acceptance
 
 

We’ve done it before…

We’ve dealt with literally everything that can be attached to a network.  That means we can install, configure, and fix anything network-related, including:
• Microsoft Exchange and Directory Services
• Disaster recovery solutions
• Virtualization
• Advanced security solutions
• Storage Area Networks
• Server farms
 


Again…

Dealing with TBC means dealing with certified professionals.  In order for our technical consultants to pass our (extremely difficult and comprehensive) training process, they must be incredibly proficient in every IT area and also display customer service propensity.  The consultants assigned to assist you will be experienced and more than qualified to assess your project and implement the best possible solution.