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Briant Champion Long
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Graduate Fashion Week
"Lifeline IT's approach is different to most support firms. They listen and interact - with them it's personal and anything but remote..."
- Laurence Finger
Sedley Richard Laurence Voulters
"Since Lifeline have taken over the reins as our IT support it has been nothing but plain sailing..."
- Jamie Loizou
Mundy Cruising plc
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- Jeremy Kaye
"We were very impressed with the service Lifeline IT delivered - communication between the Lifeline IT staff and ourselves was excellent..."
- Nigel Bagge
Green & Partners
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- Daniel Simons
"WI Ltd. would highly recommend the services of Lifeline IT..."
- Neil Rosen
"Their friendly team have integrated themselves into our office environment and helped us to establish a reliable IT infrastructure..."
- Sara & Amiee Berman
"Lifeline IT genuinely cares for its customers and goes the extra mile..."
- Ewa Maciejczyk
"I have worked with the team at Lifeline for seven years..."
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Interphone Security Group, part of Peverel
Lifeline IT's Daniel Mitchell was featured in the latest edition of VitAL magazine, a business publication for the IT service industry. The feature by Daniel offered expert advice on IT security and how to ensure passwords are safeguarded, as well as analysis from the recent Lifeline IT annual IT trends research. Read the article here.
The results of the Lifeline IT annual IT trends research was featured in this month's Making Money magazine, a publication for SMEs and entrepreneurs. The story focused on poor password practice and how one in five businesses actually use 'password' as they password. Visit Making Money Magazine online.
The results of the Lifeline IT annual trends research, carried out in partnership with Talk Business magazine, were featured in a number of business and IT media recently. The research revealed alarming lapses in IT security amongst businesses, with 30% of companies admitting they leave passwords on their desks. The story was covered by Business Works, EN for Business and smallbusiness.co.uk. Read the articles here:
This was just one of the findings of Lifeline IT's annual IT trends research - one in five use the word 'password' as their password, over a third their date of birth and 30% leave it on a post it on their desk. The survey, carried out in conjunction with Talk Business magazine on-line, polled businesses across a variety of different sectors on subjects including mobile and remote working, commonly used gadgets, security and social networks. Read the findings here.
Fresh Business Thinking - on-line business resource for business owners, directors and entrepreneurs - recently featured Lifeline IT’s Olympic story, focusing on how companies were not geared up for disruption the sporting event may cause. Read the article.
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