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Cyber Essentials Plus Accreditation

Xpertex is pleased to confirm that we have received our annual Cyber Essentials Plus accreditation (March 2019). Cyber Essentials and Cyber Essentials PLUS are a simple but effective, UK Government backed scheme that is used to protect organisations against a wide range of the common cyber attacks. The Cyber Essentials scheme addresses the most common […]

Security in the cloud

In the third blog on our series on ‘cloud’ technologies, our Head of Cyber Information Services, Chris Cobb, points out some key threats and considerations that need to be considered by individuals and organisations. Security in the cloud The data centres and facilities that we rely upon to deliver services and applications all have to […]

Beyond the Cloud

In the second of our series of posts on cloud technology, Xpertex founder and CTO, Joel Sweeney, shares his views. First things first, there is no ‘cloud’ (singular). There are probably thousands, if not millions of them. The term cloud’ is now embedded in common parlance and no longer the preserve of IT professionals. From […]

I wonder lonely about cloud – or what Cloud IT means to us at Xpertex

When we mention the term ‘cloud’ or ‘cloud based IT’, we can often gloss over what this actually means, and what the ramifications are of using technology platforms that are ‘out of sight’. The impact and considerations on people, process, performance and cost are all things that drive decision makers and budget holders to turn […]

Xpertex wins place on UK government Digital Outcomes Specialist 3 Framework

Xpertex are pleased to announce that we have been selected as service providers for the UK Government ‘Digital Outcomes Specialist 3’ Framework, also known as DOS3. The DOS3 framework has been developed by the Crown Commercial Service, it allows any UK public sector organisations to identify and procure technical and advisory services from a range […]