A couple of weeks ago, we came across an interesting infographic about women in tech.
Sharing it on our social media accounts, it’s gained a lot of positive press since it was published, as although it highlights a number of fantastic women who have been – or are – involved in the technology industry, it reiterated the fact that although technology has long been considered a male-dominated industry, there are many individuals of the opposite sex who are seeing the same – if not considerably more – success within it.
But what we found disheartening about the infographic is the fact we know so many people will have not given credit to these women – or most women – in the industry.
In today’s fast-paced world, it’s vital for any organisation to feel as though they’re staying ahead of the competition, doing what they can to utilise the latest tools and techniques that are becoming available.
For certain businesses, this is relatively easy. They look at what’s being talked about and utilised most and capitalise on it, often based on what their competitors are doing.
If you’re in business today and have looked at any IT or technology blog over the last few months, it’s almost guaranteed you’ll have read a piece about broadband.
Something that the UK government have had on the agenda for several years now, it’s often discussed that the whole of the country needs to have broadband access as soon as possible.
If you’ve taken a look through our website or spoken to us, you’ll be aware that we offer a vast array of different IT services.
From providing individual pieces of hardware, such as laptops, right through to developing and implementing full and in-depth networks, we believe we have the knowledge, experience and resources to be able to meet an organisation’s IT needs, whatever they may be.
When you’re in business today, there’s a considerable amount of information to take in. Numerous different points that need to be considered. Various recommendations made by professionals that seem like necessities.
Generally speaking, when we can see how they can have a positive effect in some way, we tend to embrace them. We’ll research them a little, find out a bit about how they work and then look to implement them so they can have the desired impact.
As a popular IT support North East company, we have the pleasure of talking to a vast amount of people on a regular basis.
Covering a huge array of topics, a lot of the discussions we have are essentially based around problem solving or alleviating fears. We speak to people who have an issue or who are concerned about something and we do our utmost to ensure they leave the conversation feeling more positive about the whole situation.
Since Comtek was setup many years ago, we’ve worked with numerous clients to provide IT support North East in a variety of different formats.
Some are just looking for a little help occasionally with a specific part of their IT environment, whilst many more are essentially wanting us to take control of their entire IT support network.
In many ways, IT security has always been an important talking point for organisations. Ever since computers started to be used in the workplace – and particularly when large-scale networks and internet usage became commonplace – organisations have had to have an eye on IT security.
In recent times, however, it has become a major talking point. A lot of this has to do with the fact we’re storing more and more information in the Cloud and therefore it’s become vastly important that we can feel completely confident that our data is safe and secure.
As a company experienced in the provision of various different IT solutions, such as a small business server Newcastle, we always do our utmost to ensure our customers are fully satisfied.
Relatively simple on some occasions and more difficult on others, it’s based purely on the requirements of the individual customer.
When it comes to IT support North East, everyone has got different requirements.
Even those organisations who are very similar, work in the exact same industry and have the same client base can have completely different needs when it comes to the IT support they require.