Security Think Tank: Enable people using good security and risk methodology

How can organisations maintain usability and keep support costs low without compromising on security?

Nearly half of UK businesses lack a cyber security strategy

Commentators call on security industry to do more to help businesses understand the value of data and how best to protect it

Consumers want to use retailer apps in-store

Consumers want retailers to implement applications that can be used in-store to offer personalisation and convenience

UK business least likely to offer rewards to infosec professionals

UK firms need to rethink incentives to attract and retain people with cyber security skills, according to the findings of a recent global study

Red Hat adds Gluster metadata cache and container deployment

Scale out NAS parallel file system speeds operations with client-side caching, and allows container deployment and faster self-healing volumes

Time to restore from backup: Do you know where your data is?

Making a backup is only the start of the process. You must be sure you can restore, that backups contain what you need, and that they will work with the applications that need them

AWS London users suffer "insufficient capacity" problems with T2 Micro Instances

Users of AWS's London-hosted T2 Micro Instances suffered capacity issues on Friday 24 March

Ofcom scuppers BT’s ‘deemed consent’ ploy

Telco regulator fines BT for abuse of an opt-out clause that avoids service level fines on delays to Ethernet installations

UK impersonation fraud up 39% in last quarter of 2016

Just ahead of the end of the UK tax year, a survey underlines the importance of guarding against business email compromise aimed at stealing data and money

Case study: How the Department for Education deployed flexible IT

The Department of Education has upgraded its ageing datacentre to the Azure cloud and Office 365, and rolled out Microsoft Surface devices

ISPs to pay automatic compensation for broadband faults

Telecoms regulator Ofcom says its plan, which would cover slow repairs and missed appointments, could see consumers in line for a payout of up to £185m every year

AI and robots will 'create political instability' until humans find new occupations

The belief that advances in technology will create more jobs than they replace may no longer hold true

Security Think Tank: Minimise data to cut costs and comply with GDPR

How can organisations maintain usability and keep support costs low without compromising on security?

UK labour costs are cheap but automation will erode jobs market

PwC has estimated that millions of people may be affected by robots and artificial intelligence replacing their jobs

Inside the well-planned metro network: how CityFibre does it

Computer Weekly met metro network builder CityFibre to find out why, and how, the organisation believes it can mount a credible challenge to Openreach’s dominance of wholesale fibre

FBI director reiterates call for action on encryption

The world is wasting time in resolving the conflict between privacy and public safety, and should consider an international framework on encrypted data access, says FBI director James Comey

The rise of the ODMs: Should the branded hardware suppliers be worried?

The use of ODM datacentre hardware makes good economic sense for the hyperscale providers, but what about everyday enterprises?

LastPass releases fix browser extension security flaws

LastPass has been praised for its quick response in fixing flaws reported in browser extensions for its password manager

How Google is riding the multi-cloud wave to win over the enterprise

The Google Cloud Next conference saw the internet giant share details about how enterprise appetite for multi-cloud deployments are working in its favour

Almost 45% of men want a robot-led shopping experience in the future

Research reveals differences between what male and female, and older and younger consumers want from their shopping experience

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TCB, Inc. was established in 1993 by Engineers and Developers. Headquartered in Chantilly, Virginia, TCB provides services to the Internet community as well as computer products and services to the greater Washington, D.C. metropolitan area.

TCB’s business philosophy is to provide quality products and services at the lowest competitive prices. We achieve this through innovative cost saving business implementations. TCB’s utilization of the virtual office concept keeps client costs low and product quality high.

TCB’s staff has developed strategic working relationships with computer specialists and consultants in the D.C. metropolitan area. Our specialists and consultants are involved in a variety of computing disciplines. These disciplines include project management experience in a wide range of hardware platforms, operating systems, programming languages, software applications and systems integration.

TCB staff, consultants and technical support personnel are located throughout the United States. We are connected to the client’s project and each other via the Internet, phone systems, pagers and fax machines. TCB’s use of today’s technology virtually has no boundaries. This translates into quality systems developed, installed and supported at the lowest possible cost to the client.