DSM launches Cyboar

Cyboar is the newest member of DSM Group.  The range of services on offer was introduced in response to the growing threat to organisations from Cyber criminals. There are many and varied ways for cyber criminals to steal information, or simply cause mischief. Cyboar has access to a range of tools and the know-how to…

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DSM hosts Business Resilience Forum 2017

DSM hosted another successful event in association with the Business Resilience Forum. Business Resilience Forums bring together supplier and industry experts to network and share knowledge and insights on current issues facing continuity managers and facilities professionals. Three excellent speakers gave interactive presentations on diverse subjects which were both interesting and stimulating for delegates looking…

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Petya – What you need know.

I’m sure you have all heard about the Wannacry ransomware, which affected many organisations, including the NHS, in May of this year. Now just over a month later and a new strain of ransomware is inflicting similar damage. A variant of the Petya family of ransomware, the virus has infected thousands of systems across the…

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Lightening the load

Don’t be surprised if things look a little brighter the next time you visit DSM!  We have recently upgraded all the exterior lights around our facility to a highly efficient LED solution that not only improves visibility on campus during hours of darkness but also uses less power than the previous equipment.  This investment endorses…

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DSM Group Expands Its Sales and Support Team

2016 was a very successful year for DSM Group and led to a decision to invest in additional resource to support both customer service and sales. Ross Wales has been appointed to the position of “First Line Support” on the service desk and customers who have made use of his skills and expertise in IT…

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Microsoft to raise prices by 22% on 1st Jan 2017

Microsoft is to increase its prices by as much as 22% in the UK because of sterling’s recent decline, a rise that is likely to affect thousands of businesses and could cost the Governments tens of millions of pounds. The software giant is the latest big-name company to force through a post-referendum price rise, saying the…

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