Tag Archives: June issue

PCR June Life in the Channel with Mimecast’s Hannah Mayersbeth

Hannah Mayersbeth, MSP Sales Manager at Mimecast on cybersecurity, inequality and why more women should get involved in this sector. In cybersecurity women only represent 20% of the workforce. Here Hannah Mayersbeth, MSP channel manager at Mimecast, has become one of the rare female leaders in this industry. PCR caught …

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Re-training reimagined

Dr. Andrea Cullen from CAPSLOCK discusses why CAPSLOCK was established in an effort to broaden skills and understanding for a career in digital security. CAPSLOCK is a new, government-backed educational organisation which re-trains people in cyber security. A new model of online education is being piloted with a revolutionary method …

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PCR’s Top 5 Tech with oneclick AG’s Dominik Birgelen

oneclick AG’s Dominik Birgelen on his top 5 pieces of tech Sage Coffee Machine Like so many of us, I start my day with a great cup of coffee! Not only does the caffeine improve my mood, but it also enhances my brain functionality and performance. That’s why my Sage …

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Enhancing education channels

One year ago, Intel launched Pandemic Response Technology Initiative (PRTI), a $50 million commitment to use Intel resources to combat the effects of COVID-19 across three focus areas: healthcare, education, and economic recovery. Under this programme hundreds of initiatives and life-saving projects came to fruition, helping communities beat the virus, …

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PCR’s June Big Interview with QBS’ Dave Stevinson

dave stevinson of QBS distribution

Dave Stevinson, owner and CEO of QBS Software is clearly a man on a mission to drive his business forward. Here he speaks about the QBS journey, the company’s commitment to being carbon neutral and what lies ahead. Dave Stevinson is the owner and CEO of QBS Software and the …

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In-Class, Remote, or Hybrid Learning? How Technology in Education Can Help

Nadav Avni, Marketing Director at Radix Technologies discusses the advantages of device management in education and the future of remote learning. The pandemic effectively displaced 1.2 billion students from receiving classroom education in 2020, catching many schools and teachers off guard. Consequently, many institutions received little time and resources to …

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How UK businesses can avoid a digital skills disaster?

Sean Farrington, SVP EMEA at Pluralsight explores How UK employers can build a cultural environment that promotes learning and development, and ultimately boosts productivity and morale. Recent research has truly brought home the existence and implications of the digital skills gap in the UK. Conducted by The Learning and Work …

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Education under cyber attack  

Jon-Marc Wilkinson Director Sales, UK and Ireland from WatchGuard Technologies looks at the education sector under siege from cyber criminals and the need to ensure our schools, colleges and universities are protected.  In September last year, the UK government’s NCSC (National Cyber Security Centre), part of GCHQ, issued an alert to the academic …

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PCR July/August: Smart Tech, Digital Transformation and Sustainability how to get involved

Due to popular demand we are increasing the size of our July issue and combining our August issue in one bumper edition. The PCR July/August issue, which hits desks at the beginning of August will feature our combined special focuses on sustainability in the Channel, Smart Tech and the Digital …

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