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Log4Shell vulnerability

Published: 15th December 2021 Log4j Vulnerability Update Investigators have found that the initial workarounds and fixes suggested in CVE-2021-44228 do not provide complete coverage for the Log4j vulnerability. Log4j users are now recommended to use v2.16. This follow-up advice is tracked against CVE-2021-45046. Cisco is continuing to track their vulnerable and not-vulnerable products at this… View Article

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Cisco Partner Summit Award Winner 2021

ITGL receives PUBLIC SECTOR PARTNER OF THE YEAR and COLLABORATION PARTNER OF THE YEAR at Cisco Partner Summit 2021. At this year’s Cisco Partner Summit, ITGL was proud to receive two new awards for our work with the Public Sector and in Collaboration. These awards recognise ITGL’s commitment to innovation, leadership, and best practice as… View Article

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COP26: Uniting delegates with ITGL and Cisco

We’re just days away from the crucial COP26 summit in Glasgow, which will host global parties to accelerate action towards the goals of the Paris Agreement and the UN Framework Convention on Climate Change (UNFCCC).   While the event continues to dominate headlines as the final preparations come to fruition, we have been working hard behind the scenes… View Article

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G7 Summit Case Study

Read how ITGL provided the technological consultancy and solutions to facilitate the 2021 G7 Summit in Cornwall. “Thank you for the truly above and beyond support you afforded our team…” U.S Environmental Protection Agency, Grant O’Brien Read the Full Story Here  

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G-Cloud 12

ITGL is on G-Cloud 12

ITGL is an official supplier for the UK government’s Crown Commercial Service “G-Cloud 12” framework. The G-Cloud Digital Marketplace enables any public sector organisation to easily procure cloud-based software and adoption services, while also reducing costs. “I’m proud to be supplying our services to the UK public sector through G-Cloud. Most importantly, this provides real benefits… View Article

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Secure Online Collaboration

Building Higher Education Collaboration during a crisis

Read how ITGL helped Bath Spa University quickly deployed a secure online collaboration environment using Cisco Webex and Umbrella across campus during the early stages of COVID-19. “To any IT professionals considering implementing a collaboration environment for the first time, my advice is to make sure you connect with a good support partner who knows… View Article

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The Future of Education

ITGL’s Education and Digital Learning Consultant, Helen Rodger, is featured in Upshot discussing the future of education, and offering solutions to the challenges of digital learning, now and beyond COVID-19. “Some of the key challenges facing institutions stem from this rapid evolution; they are not tangible or particularly related to the technology itself, but rather,… View Article

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Newland House School use Cisco Webex for home learning

Newland House School

Read how during the early stages of the COVID-19 pandemic, Newland House School recreated the preparatory experience at home with Cisco Webex. “It was a bombshell moment,” says Head Chris Skelton. “I gathered all the academic staff together and told them we have to get up to speed with this. Looking around the room and… View Article

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Education

Our commitment to education

At ITGL we take pride in our relationships with education clients, who value our depth of experience and our understanding of their complex and challenging sector. Understanding the learning environment We understand that providing infrastructure for an excellent learning experience is about more than layers of technology. It takes real understanding of the learning environment… View Article

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A message from our CEO

I know I speak for everyone at ITGL when I express our admiration and gratitude for all the essential front–line workers currently helping us through this crisis.  The whole world has been encountering significant disruption and we must acknowledge that businesses in the IT sector have been better placed than many others to cope with recent challenges.  At ITGL, we have seen this as an opportunity to exercise our duty of care towards existing clients and to also extend it to other organisations that have needed our help. We don’t exist in a vacuum,… View Article

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