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Digital inequalities are a major concern

Digital inequalities are a major concern

The fact that many older people, people with physical health problems, people with learning disorders, people with lower literacy levels and people with lower levels of internet skills are less able to access the internet and internet services should be a problem we...

Celebrating Tricerion’s Successes

Celebrating Tricerion’s Successes

Tricerion has achieved so much this year and that is a testament to the team and our partners. Thank you. For many, many people this year has been stressful, traumatic and exhausting. During times such as these, faith (in a God or yourself), hope and being able to cry...

We’re a G-Cloud 12 Supplier

We’re a G-Cloud 12 Supplier

We've been a G-Cloud 12 supplier for four consecutive years. Our G-Cloud listing is here: https://www.digitalmarketplace.service.gov.uk/g-cloud/services/222195802648550 G-Cloud 12 is part of the Government's Crown Commercial Service allowing customers in the public...

Images are easy

Images are easy

Recent research has shown that the brain can process visual images in only 13 milliseconds. That’s roughly 75 images per second. And even more surprising is that the brain can recall even images seen for only 13 milliseconds. The average brain processes words at a...

The Weakest Link

The Weakest Link

Last month I thought my default password was secure.  It had something to do with a nickname I had in grade school - something no one calls me anymore. Completely un-guessable. Until my 10-year old daughter figured it out and started signing into things as me. The...

Tricerion at SOCITM 2014

Tricerion at SOCITM 2014

[cycloneslider id="socitm2014"] Digital: Vision to Value With councils, the NHS, emergency services and third sector facing tighter budgets and heightened citizen expectations, there is a real need to construct and realise a compelling vision for online public...

The pain of simplicity

The problems with passwords have been harped on for years upon years. It would seem that one thing everyone agrees on is that passwords lack actual security. Seeing commentary about this by BBC comes as no surprise. But BBC seems to suggest that passwords are on the...

CloudStore economises some public funds

The G-Cloud could be a powerful tool for government bodies, impacting finances and efficiency as they locate and select IT providers. Keeping information in the cloud instead of on clunky hardware devices just makes sense. Going through a marketplace in which vendors...

Don’t gamble with semi-secure authentication

While identity theft is no joke, we can’t help but notice that the recent Paddy Power breach struck online gamblers. Nearly 650,000 user credentials were stolen, and according to statistics, many of those credentials will also work for those users’ bank accounts and...

Zero Footprint

Zero Footprint

‘How not to get hacked at the World Cup’ A report by Moscow-based cybersecurity firm Kaspersky Lab found many of the tech amenities being offered in Brazil to be fraught with danger.   Unlike some other systems, SafeLogin doesn’t rely on machine authentication or...

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