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May Newsletter

Updated: May 29

1st May 2020


Hi,


Given the continued government restrictions and public health guidance, our team will continue to work from home. As a result of the uncertainty at the moment with the outbreak of COVID-19, we wanted to let you know that we are working hard to maintain levels of service to you in these unprecedented times.

Take care and keep in mind that we’re always a call and an email away if you have any questions: 020 3141 2910 / sales@vanquishtech.co.uk.


Take care, Vanquish Tech


PARTNER NEWS & UPDATES


BLANCCO As countries around the world face mounting challenges, it’s more important than ever to successfully support a global remote workforce—and protect its sensitive data. From sanitizing temporary IT equipment used by new remote workers to supporting secure data migration across sites, data erasure plays a key role in any comprehensive business continuity strategy.  Our partner, Blancco, held the fantastic webinar '5 Tips for Uncertain Times: Data Erasure’s Role in Business Continuity' on the 28th of April, that covered five key tips to help address business continuity concerns around data sanitization during these uncertain times. They covered the need for your business to:

  • Restrict access for external vendors and service providers

  • Ensure sanitization during unplanned reductions of employees, consultants and temporary staff

  • Secure data sitting with at-home workers and follow NIST security guidelines

  • Protect data in backup locations and at disaster recovery sites

  • Sanitize temporary assets when no longer needed


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MARKETING APPRENTICE


We are proud to announce that we have taken on one new marketing apprentice. His name is Ben Mason and has a background in sports journalism and PR. He will work closely with our Marketing Manager, Azra in planning and executing digital marketing campaigns. Welcome onboard, Ben! 


SPINAL INJURIES ASSOCIATION - 2.6 CHALLENGE


Chris Keogh broke his neck two years ago.

His 2.6 Challenge was to walk a gruelling 26 laps of his flat’s corridors to support SCI charities.


SIA, Back Up and The Matt Hampson Foundation have offered life-changing support, not only for me but for my family as well. These charities do so much for so many affected by SCI – it’s pivotal we continue to raise funds so they can keep offering the critical support they provide.”




The Vanquish team wants to raise awareness about his challenge and ask you kindly for support. You can support Chris between now and Sunday 3 May.



CLICK TO GET INVOLVED





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