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Websnooping policies and the IT user

The Government’s proposals to increase the monitoring of digital communications and the data held about all of our web activity is certainly cause for concern and deserves a good level of scrutiny. At the moment there aren’t any firm details of what they are proposing. We heard earlier in the week that they want to [...]


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VMware Support, VMware Consultants in London

A new addition to our services is that of VMware consultancy. We now provide VMware services to medium sized businesses within the London area. Our VMware support team are experienced in assisting you in a variety of solutions including: VMotion® VCentre® DRS Our VMware® consultants can ensure that you’re harnessing the full power of VMware®. [...]


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Hosted Exchange added to list of Purple Lattice Services

Purple Lattice is proud to annouce that it is now offering  Hosted Exchange Services as part of its IT support offering. Many of our customers love the benefits of such a service and prefer to outsource this to us. We have signed a partnership agreement with customer service king Rackspace who will provide the infrastructure [...]


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Purple Lattice Competition – Customer wins iPad 2

A while ago we ran a competition for our customers. The first prize was an iPad2 together with some fancy iPod speakers as runner up prices. Another 12 customers received a bottle of wine. The lucky winner was Charles Pearce who runs a property design and development business based in Chiswick. He received his prize [...]


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Twitter hoax, Bin Laden is an IT Crowd Fan

In an interview with the BBC, comedian Graham Linehan explains why he created the Twitter rumour that Bin Laden was a fan of British comedy series The IT Crowd. What started off as a joke quickly escalated into rumours that Bin Laden was discovered watching The IT Crowd when US special forces stormed his compound [...]


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