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Case study: How Oxford Business College reached out during lockdown

The global pandemic has had a profound impact on the education sector. Lecturers, students and staff have all been deeply affected by lockdowns and social distancing rules. But one college prioritised reaching out during 2020. This is their story. In March 2020, like many educational institutions, Oxford Business College suspended …

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Rosehill Furnishings

Rosehill are proud to have a long-standing history within the furniture industry. It’s their unique history and knowledge of the market which sets them apart from the rest. They’re committed to quality, and their standards have continued to excel over the last 30 years. The expert team at Rosehill understand …

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TG Escapes Eco-Buildings – a fast, cost effective way to enhance well-being when you need extra space

TG Escapes unique modular eco-buildings combine traditional materials with sophisticated technology to create standalone spaces with a difference. The innovative bespoke architect designed system means they can provide timber frame buildings to suit most locations and uses, in a variety of finishes including timber, composite cladding or render in a …

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Jangro launches new antiviral range to tackle coronavirus

The new additions to the Jangro Professional range include disinfectant, hand wash, and a fogger Jangro, the UK and Ireland’s largest network of independent janitorial suppliers, has recently expanded its ‘Professional’ range with the launch of three antiviral products, in an effort to help organisations keep their facilities clean, healthy, …

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Growing ransomware threat to schools highlights data backup risks

Comment by Charlie Smith, Consulting Solution Engineer, Data Protection at Barracuda Networks As students and teachers are forced out of the classroom due to the COVID-19 crisis, cybercriminals are exploiting the security vulnerabilities in distance learning and virtual teaching setups to launch ransomware attacks against education institutions. This increase is …

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New freedom to ‘Buy British’ in post-Brexit procurement

The UK’s exit from the EU brings freedoms around contract spend on goods, services and works contracts. A key change is that you can now limit suppliers in certain tenders and be free to ‘Buy British’ only. Which tenders does this apply to? This change applies to ‘below threshold’ tenders, …

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MANCHESTER-BASED POWRPOD TAKES CHARGE

Manchester ad tech business, Branded Media, has developed a brainy new solution to one of modern life’s biggest problems: ‘low battery anxiety’. PowrPod charging stations have been delivered to over 30 colleges and universities throughout the UK, keeping students connected. Pods are also in place at Manchester United. The University …

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