What will IT Security be like in the future?

IT Security is an extremely tricky business. The main problem is that so often it is invisible and therefore never seems to present too much of a threat. As the old adage goes: ‘Out of sight, out of mind’. The … Continue Reading

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KJL Group – Winners of the Sales Partner of 2018

This month our senior management team attended the annual Zen Partner conference in Manchester, which saw 261 business leaders from around the UK attend to discuss the future of internet focused technologies within the commercial markets and examine groundbreaking research. … Continue Reading

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KJL become The KJL Group

KJL are very proud to announce that we will be updating our company name to the KJL Group. This changes comes as we reflect a substantial expansion of the business to include a Managed Print Division. The KJL Group continues … Continue Reading

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Navigating Effective Change Management

Change is an interesting and necessary process for growth in business. It describes employee focus, and indeed business operations, moving from one particular state of normality to another, completely different from the original in some integral way. In the context … Continue Reading

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Why you shouldn’t Use Drop Box and One Drive for Business … and why you should use FSS instead.

Today, the Cloud is a reasonable and cost effective method of storing business data. It means that companies no longer have to manage their own security, replace servers or retain extensive support. Like any newer technology though, using Cloud technology … Continue Reading

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How Often Should I Change My Website?

Very often, one is faced with a question that at first glance seems obvious, but in truth requires some rather precise thinking to find an answer. To limit the extent of the ways in which possible answers may arise, we … Continue Reading

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Is .com still King?

When the Internet really started to grow in the 90’s, people didn’t know much about how websites worked, but they knew one thing – that they started with www. and ended with .com. For many people this was what websites … Continue Reading

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Below are a list of common questions about the GDPR and their answers.

Does GDPR replace PECR (The Privacy and Electronic Communications Regulations) if you are a Network or Service Provider?

The GDPR does not replace PECR, although it changes the underlying definition of consent. Existing PECR rules continue to apply, but using the new GDPR standard of consent.

This means that if you send electronic marketing or use cookies or similar technologies, from 25 May 2018 you must comply with both PECR and the GDPR.

If you are a network or service provider, Article 95 of the GDPR says the GDPR does not apply where there are already specific PECR rules. This is to avoid duplication, and means that if you are a network or service provider, you only need to comply with PECR rules (and not the GDPR) on:

  • Security and Security Breaches;
  • Traffic Data;
  • Location Data;
  • Itemised Billing; and
  • Line Identification Services.
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GDPR is coming – Quick look busy!

So this Friday (otherwise known as GDPR Day) might not be quite as full of enjoyment as many others. Indeed this week may prove to be busy and stressful, getting last minute things done before GDPR takes effect. Once the … Continue Reading

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The Elephant in the Room: GDPR and Ransomware

So GDPR looms ever closer, but as more people start discussing it they begin to realise that the legislation extends far further than anyone ever imagined – especially considering recent trends in the technology industry. What people don’t realise though, … Continue Reading

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