i-Desk solutions for business; create inspirational modern office spaces

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Your IT Works has teamed with i-Desk to help businesses transform their office into a contemporary and flexible work-space environment with their unique modular range of furniture solutions. Modern offices…

Driverless cars to hit UK roads January 2015

The UK government has announced that, from January next year, driverless cars will be allowed on public roads, and are inviting cities to compete for one of the three trials being launched at the same time. Vince Cable, Business Secretary,…

One in nine UK households to be ‘smart’ by the end of the year

According to new research by Strategy Analytics, a global forecasting firm, one in nine UK homes with have at least one smart system before 2015. Which is set to rise further, to one in four within five years. Strategy Analytics claims that…

UK Government to implement emergency phone and internet data laws

Emergency legislation ensuring the power of police and security authorities to continue accessing phone and internet records is being pushed through Parliament, following a ruling by the European Court of Justice (ECJ). The rarely used, urgent…

BT apologise for connectivity problems over the weekend

BT apologised to broadband customers, via Twitter, following internet connectivity issues that affected their customers over the weekend. It is understood that a certain number of BT customers were unable to access particular websites, such…

Cloud: Seeing through the shroud of security misconceptions

The on-going debate of private vs. public cloud, leaves many decision makers with a difficult decision – whether to go with a private cloud deployment, public cloud deployment, or a hybrid combination. However, the reality for SMEs is much…

Virus Warning: Gameover Zeus Explained

US Authorities announced today that the Gameover Zeus (GOZ), a malicious software scheme, botnet has been taken down. The action was the result of a multinational effort between government agencies, law enforcement, and private companies to…

Google launches ‘right to be forgotten’ form for EU citizens

Following an EU Court of Justice ruling on 13th May 2014, giving citizens the “right to be forgotten”, Google has set up a service allowing Europeans to ask for personal data to be removed from online search results. The court ruled that…

Microsoft warn of Internet Explorer vulnerability

Microsoft has issues a warning to consumers of a vulnerability in Internet Explorer (IE) browser which could be exploited allowing hackers to gain access and user rights to their PC. The flaw affects version 6 through to 11 of the browser,…

Apple launches free product recycling programme

Tech giant, Apple, is offering a free gadget recycling programme in order to aid their customers dispose of technology responsibly. In addition, the organisation has vowed to go green and power its stores, offices and data centres with renewable…