Software contract client win | Technology news from Windermere, Cumbria - Iosys

Software contract client win

Local software and web development company Iosys Web Technologies Ltd, based in Coalville, Leicestershire are celebrating a significant client win and one of its largest software development contracts to date.

Spam filtering as standard | Technology news from Windermere, Cumbria - Iosys

Spam filtering as standard

Let's be honest, no-one really likes receiving junk mail particularly when it bloats your inbox - at the very least you waste hours per week deleting unwanted email and at worst, you could fall victim to a phishing attempt or other security related breach.

The Dangers of DIY | Technology news from Windermere, Cumbria - Iosys

The Dangers of DIY

When it comes to websites and software, getting a mate to help you out isn't always the best approach - if you need a professional website that works and keeps your business and your site visitors' secure, then engage with a professional.

Iosys scoops Cheshire FA project | Technology news from Windermere, Cumbria - Iosys

Iosys scoops Cheshire FA project

Along with sister company EventEntry, we're delighted to have been chosen by the Cheshire FA to develop a bespoke online entry platform to promote their Elevens football tournament throughout the World Cup and beyond.

Iosys exceeds targets | Technology news from Windermere, Cumbria - Iosys

Iosys exceeds targets

Growing awareness among regional businesses about the serious threat posed by cybercrime is helping a young Leicestershire IT company to outperform its first year targets.

Facebook, Gaps & Google | Technology news from Windermere, Cumbria - Iosys

Facebook, Gaps & Google

At the time of writing, website security has never been such a talked about topic, especially with Facebook reportedly improperly having shared up to 87 million individual's data with political consultancy company Cambridge Analytica.

Less than HALF websites encrypted | Technology news from Windermere, Cumbria - Iosys

Less than HALF websites encrypted

Being present online is vital to any business, large or small, but getting it wrong can do more harm than good! Many people simply aren't aware that their website is open to the elements, in terms of potential security breaches and malicious attacks.