We are all becoming ever more comfortable with the “as a service” model in our personal lives. We tend not buy mobile phones, but pay a monthly contract and the phone is included as part of that. But what about your IT?
On 1st January 1908, after the failed attempt of Robert Falcon Scott’s Discovery expedition to reach the South Pole, Sir Ernest Shackleton led his own expedition on a ship called Nimrod.
So, what is “The Shackleton Way” I keep hearing about? Goodness, that’s like asking, “what is breathing”, because for the management team at Shackleton Technologies, that’s the importance of “The Shackleton Way”.
History recognises Sir Ernest Shackleton as possibly the strongest and most inspirational leader of the twentieth century.
With a number of major organisations still affected by the Petya malware weeks after the infection began on the 27th of June, can your business cope with ongoing fallout from a similar infection?
A new strain of ransomware is wreaking havoc across the globe. Large multi-nationals, governments, banks, utilities and transport systems from Europe to the US have all been reported to have been affected by the latest ransomware strain so far, and we are sure more will follow.
The majority of people in my business circle know that I enjoy little more of a working day than sitting down with a business associate and having a chat over some coffee. It was during one of these chats that the conversation rolled around to “Who actually looks after your IT?”.
The Cyber-Attack on Friday has gathered a lot of press and for very good reason, as it has hit many high-profile organisations and is not over yet. However, it is by no means an isolated incident and in the last 18 months we have seen the number of attacks increasing dramatically....
After his third year of university, ethical-hacking student Sean Cruikshank handed his CV in to Shackleton. This is his story...