EPX has been a long-time supporter of Macmillan Cancer Support, a superb charity that provides information and support for anyone affected by cancer. As part of its annual fundraising programme, Macmillan organises the 'world's biggest coffee morning' and this year EPX is delighted to be taking part.
In last month's newsletter, we talked about the EPX Company Security Audit, a comprehensive assessment of many aspects of a business's data and security risk situation. One of the 120 questions included in the initial questionnaire is "Does your business have a TV licence?"
Paul McEvoy, 25, who has joined EPX as a first-line support engineer, hails from Liverpool. Paul first became interested in computers aged 15. “I enjoyed IT lessons in school and really took to it. I felt that my career lay in that direction”, he said. While working with a firm of solicitors in Liverpool, Paul completed an IT Users apprenticeship, a qualification that takes a modern approach to business by focusing on how IT can be used to solve problems and increase productivity.
Earlier this year, EPX completed extensive work to upgrade the Wi-Fi at Staffordshire County Showground, as well as setting up a superfast microwave broadband connection to the site. During the Soul Survivor event, organisers and visitors alike put the Wi-Fi system through its paces.
Microsoft has recently announced that the new business versions of its popular operating system, named Windows 10 Enterprise E3 and E5, will be available as a subscription service from later this summer.
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