At ITogether we’re a network and security specialist with a more human approach to IT.

We started in 2005, with a vision to provide world-class customer service in a friendly and approachable manner. From office networking, Internet access and security to cloud, backup and server hosting services, we create solutions that help our clients work easier, smarter and more securely.

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We are proud to be totally independent, and have at least two and often three leading partners in each of our specialist areas. So you can be sure that our solutions will be created around your needs.

We are lucky enough to have a talented, passionate and experienced team, both in client management and support and as a team we are committed to making sure that our solutions are always up and running, and evolving to meet your changing needs.

In short, we bring technology and people together to create real business benefits.

So let’s make IT amazing, together.

ITogether Speaks

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    It’s that time of year again. A time to make some vague or very specific estimate/guesstimate of the things likely to disrupt us in a negative way in 2018. If you want to know what cyber threats we will face in the next year, look no further. Well not quite…information security predictions should ideally help guide decisions about where to…

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  • What is blockchain ?

    This is a series of articles we are writing about digitial currencies. In the first of the series, we ask the question , “What is blockchain ?” A blockchain facilitates a secure online connection commonly associated with Bitcoin and is managed by a peer to peer network. Blockchain is a decentralised and distributed ledger that keeps a record of transactions…

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  • Kaspersky - Am I at risk ?

    Kaspersky has been in the news this week and last week. In early September 2017, the USA Department of Homeland Security ordered all federal executive branch agencies to stop using Kaspersky products, giving agencies 90 days to remove the software. Paranoia has been mentioned. Should customers be ‘ripping’ out Kaspersky ? This has had a ripple effect around the rest…

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