Tag: training

Hardware Group wins award for Best Employer Contribution for apprenticeships

Hardware Group is proud to receive an award from Cirencester College for Best Employer Contribution to the College, in the Apprenticeships category. On Saturday 8 April, Eddie Murray, Mike Southby, Will Housden and Jordan Selby, attended Cirencester College’s 25th Annual Awards Ceremony where they received the awards.
In addition, Will Housden, Business Application Analyst Apprentice at Hardware Group, was presented with his award for IT and Computing Apprentice of the Year.
Eddie Murray, Talent Acquisition Partner, commented, “We are exceptionally proud to… Read More

Hardware Group is proud to receive an award from Cirencester College for Best Employer Contribution to the College, in the Apprenticeships category. On Saturday 8 April, Eddie Murray, Mike Southby, Will Housden and Jordan Selby, attended Cirencester College’s 25th Annual Awards Ceremony where they received the awards. In addition, Will Housden, Business Application Analyst Apprentice at Hardware Group, was presented with his award for IT and Computing Apprentice of the Year. Eddie Murray, Talent Acquisition Partner, commented, “We are exceptionally proud to…

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Choosing A Third Party Technical Services Partner

 
Paul Bonner, Group Head of Technology at Hardware Group, discusses why a business should use a third-party technical services partner, and what to look for when selecting one. Featured in Network Communication News.
As networks become increasingly complex, replacing or upgrading equipment is creating new challenges and pressures on in-house technical teams. No business can afford to encounter problems during an installation phase, as rectifying mistakes can be costly.
Fixing network problems is disruptive, takes up valuable in-house technical resource and diverts time… Read More

  Paul Bonner, Group Head of Technology at Hardware Group, discusses why a business should use a third-party technical services partner, and what to look for when selecting one. Featured in Network Communication News. As networks become increasingly complex, replacing or upgrading equipment is creating new challenges and pressures on in-house technical teams. No business can afford to encounter problems during an installation phase, as rectifying mistakes can be costly. Fixing network problems is disruptive, takes up valuable in-house technical resource and diverts time…

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