Penarth-based software firm sees record growth

TestLodge, a software testing platform, has announced it’s seen a 44 per cent increase in turnover and 31 per cent increase in profit over the past year. The Penarth-based company said it’s benefited from a weaker pound and a rise in US-based users adopting the testing tool. This extraordinary growth happened between 2016 and 2017....

Guest blog: Tis the Season to be Cautious

Wayne Harris is an IT security expert and compliance officer at ITCS. He discusses why Welsh businesses and individuals should be especially cautious about fraud and phishing attacks at this time of year. As the festive season approaches rapidly, we see an increase in cyber-crime, phishing attacks and fraud attempts. I’m sure most businesses and...

Entries for 2018 Wales Technology Awards open

Technology companies from across Wales are being invited to apply for the 2018 Wales Technology Awards, sponsored by GoCompare. The awards, which take place annually, are aimed at championing the outstanding achievements and innovations made by the country’s 3,000 technology companies. Managed by technology networking organisation ESTnet, the awards will continue to shine a spotlight...

HP director talks about IoT at North Wales event

Key business leaders from across North Wales were recently given an insight into the fast-growing world of connected technology at the Institute of Directors’ (IoD) North Wales Christmas lunch. Phil Lewis, director of storage presales at tech giant Hewlett Packard Enterprise, provided executives with a keynote speech about technology of the future at the Llandudno-based event. His talk covered...

Vizolution named one of EMEA’s fastest growing tech companies

Vizolution, which develops customer experience technology, has been ranked 259th on the Deloitte 2017 Technology Fast 500 for EMEA list. Compiled by Deloitte Global’s technology, media and telecommunications industry group, the list ranks 500 innovative, fast growing companies based in the EMEA region. This is the first time the Swansea-based company has entered the list. It has seen a 465%...

£4 million funding boost for technology education in Wales

The Welsh education secretary, Kirsty Williams, has confirmed that the government will invest £4 million to improve technology education across Wales. Last week, the politician unveiled a new Welsh science and technology education network at Ysgol Gyfun Cwm in Rhondd, which will roll out across the country. The network, financed and managed by the government,...

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