Together with partner SevenWinds, Sophos Intercept X was implemented to stop criminals from paralyzing the organisation.
Openhouse wanted to explore the potential of virtual prototyping and the application of augmented reality (AR) as a way of customising its products and enhancing customer interaction.
With staff and volunteers providing such critical support to those in need, it is essential that the technology used by BRC is not only reliable, but scalable and agile, enabling them to quickly and efficiently implement focused aid efforts whenever called upon.
Manchester Metropolitan University (MMU) is one of the five largest further education institutions in the UK, situated in the country’s most popular student city. With two sites, 38,000 students, and 3,000 staff members to manage, there’s plenty to keep network security engineer Steven Fitzsimmons and his team of three busy.
NGF Europe Limited wanted the ability to gather data from their existing sources and incorporate it into their corporate network.
Policy Services needed to enable advisers and clients to access their policies via a web portal, meaning we must make sure that 3.5 terabytes of data is safe, backed up, and recoverable should disaster strike.
Using a GDS-aligned agile approach, Sigma collaborated with NICE to help implement their national horizon scanning system, HealthTech Connect; a platform that identifies transformative medical technologies, with potential economic and patient care benefits.
The Keyholding Company wanted to build an enterprise IT system that would handle all aspects of day to day operations and provide a platform to enable the next stage in The Keyholding Company’s evolution.
All of us who are entrepreneurs see a better way to do something, or a better way to solve a problem. When we initially architected ActiveScale™, we knew that data is growing at incredible rates and that petascale solutions are going to be key to unlocking the possibilities of data.