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Multiple mobile phones in the office

Smart phone ownership is growing at phenomenal speed as the devices become more useful. Forecasts in the UK suggest 7 out of 10 users in the UK own a smart phone and Android still dominates the market. It’s not uncommon to go to a meeting where people use more than one mobile; one for work,
  • 5 May, 2015
  • Annmarie Hanlon
  • mobile, smart phones, uk office,
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Cloud is benefitting small businesses

A Warwickshire cloud computing expert has told an international event that the security and flexibility of the cloud is benefitting small businesses. Hardeep Bains, technical director at Coleshill-based ACUTEC, was selected as a panellist in the Cloud Industry Forum as part of the Cloud Expo Europe at London’s ExCel Centre. He took his place next
  • 26 Mar, 2015
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Will Windows 10 be the last release?

A Midlands Microsoft expert believes Windows 10 could be the IT giant’s last full release of the ground-breaking platform. Since its first release in 1985, Windows has revolutionised the way businesses and individuals use computers, there are now believed to be 1.5 billion Windows devices running worldwide. Urfaan Azhar, senior business development manager at Warwickshire-based
  • 16 Mar, 2015
  • Acutec Webmaster
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Acutec – Prize Winning Sales Growth

ACUTEC, based in Coleshill, is one of Microsoft’s most valued partners in the UK and the company sources all of its Microsoft products from Milton Keynes-based Ingram Micro (UK) Ltd. At the tail-end of 2014, Ingram Micro Cloud, a dedicated business unit of Ingram Micro (UK) Ltd for Cloud solutions, ran its Vertigo sales incentive
  • 24 Feb, 2015
  • Acutec Webmaster
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2015 – the year of the Cloud

The Microsoft’s ‘Future Decoded’ event at the ExCeL Centre in London featured keynote speeches from Sir Bob Geldof, businessman Martin Sorrell and Microsoft CEO Satya Nadella. The overriding message from the event was that the future of IT is mobile – and that means the cloud will become increasingly important. Managing Director, Chris Roche said
  • 16 Dec, 2014
  • Acutec Webmaster
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ACUTEC on board to gig up Coventry

ACUTEC has been chosen as a partner in a major project to transform Coventry into one of the fastest connected cities in the world. Businesses throughout the city will soon be able to benefit from gigabit speed internet connectivity with the Coventry CORE signing up partners to deliver ultra-fast broadband. ACUTEC has been selected as
  • 8 Oct, 2014
  • Acutec Webmaster
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‘Peter Pan’ Scam highlights email threats

Business bosses are being urged to brief staff on the safe use of email after a high-profile threat flew in from Eastern Europe. The ‘Peter Pan’ virus, a phishing email that aims to download malicious software onto individual computers or a network of PCs, was sent to hundreds of thousands of email users claiming to
  • 25 Sep, 2014
  • Acutec Webmaster
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ACUTEC emerge as Microsoft Managed Partner

ACUTEC will be among the first to benefit from software giant Microsoft’s developments after becoming one of its most trusted UK partners. Already one of only 500 Gold Partners to Microsoft in the UK ACUTEC has now been invited to be a Managed Partner. The move came because ACUTEC has dramatically increased its spend on Microsoft
  • 3 Sep, 2014
  • Acutec Webmaster
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ACUTEC client Guhring is expanding

An expanding West Midlands manufacturer is planning to purpose-build a new headquarters in Birmingham to accommodate its strong growth. Guhring, which manufactures and supplies precision tools for a range of industries – including aerospace, automotive, medical and engineering – employs 76 people in the UK from its current base at the Castle Bromwich Business Park.The
  • 19 Jun, 2014
  • Acutec Webmaster
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ACUTEC develop new software system for universities

An innovative software system, created by ACUTEC, is helping universities to assess and deal with student complaints. ACUTEC developed a Student Appointment Management System (SAMS) in conjunction with the University of Wolverhampton. It was originally designed as an online appointments system but has evolved to offer other capabilities such as room and equipment booking. The
  • 18 Jun, 2014
  • Acutec Webmaster
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