Thursday, 19 March 2015

The Hack Seminar


The Hack Seminar 

First in a Series of IT Seminar Shows Destruction and Unravelling of a Security Infrastructure and Demonstrates How To Avoid It.

The Hack Seminar on Thursday 2nd July hosted by Leeds based IT experts, Claritas Solutions.
This original and exclusive demonstration will cover security infrastructure and the hottest technologies in threat prevention. Claritas is providing the facility that sees a collaboration of two IT security giants presenting the ultimate wrap round solution to protect business networks.

Experts from Check Point and Symantec will present their ultra-secure security solutions, demonstrating that one that is truly dedicated will virtually eradicate any unwanted intervention, achieving impressive state of the art security for both private and public sector organisations.

Glenn Scaife, Managing Director of Claritas Solutions says, “This is the first of a series of top level IT Seminars we are hosting, usually only seen in London.  We will continue to bring premier IT operators to demonstrate their security skills and solutions for Yorkshire and Northern organisations, and how to ensure their IT is up to date and vitally important, secure.”

Claritas has recently become an official supplier to the G-Cloud 6, the Government’s new secure cloud system, demonstrating its capacity for totally safe IT and providing therefore both the  public and private sector with  software design, testing and deployment, service and systems management, integration and enterprise architecture. 

For further information, contact Rebecca on rebecca.stenson@claritas-solutions.com or 0845 63 99 661

Tuesday, 3 March 2015

Top 10 Technology Facts

Top 10 technology (related) facts that we love at Claritas











Fact: (fakt) A thing that is known or proven to be true.  
  1. In the duration of 63 years, humankind went from taking flight, to landing on the moon.
  2. HP, Google, Microsoft and Apple were all founded in their garages.
  3. The Woolly Mammoth was still alive when the first Pyramids were being built (Not technology as we know it today, but the Egyptians played a vital role in construction technological advancements).
  4. Every two minutes, we take as many photographs as all of humanity took during the 1800's.
  5. First ever Star Wars movie came out in May 1977, the same year the last man in France was executed by guillotine (10th September 1977).
  6. A spammer will receive 1 response for every 12 million emails he/she sends.
  7. It took 38 years to reach 50 million listeners to the radio, 13 years to reach 50 million viewers and 4 years for 50 million users of the internet.
  8. Doug Engelbart invented the first computer mouse in 1963, and it was made out of wood.
  9. Google's founders were willing to sell their Company to Excite in 1999 for $1 million, however Excite turned them down.
  10. In 1998, AOL launched 4.0, and for several weeks used ALL of the CD production companies across the globe. Thus began their intensive marketing strategy (at one point in the 90's the AOL logo was printed on 50% of CD's worldwide). - Marketing's favourite fact anyway.