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Celebrating his seventh year at Fitzrovia IT, Ryan Varney has gone from one of our very first apprentices in our award-winning apprenticeship programme to recently entering into a management position in our projects department.
Fileless malware has become an increasingly sophisticated threat in recent years, with a reported 265% increase in attacks from 2018. Fitzrovia IT Head of Technical, Dan Kent, tackles this topic in a case study for security partner Custodian360.
Fitzrovia IT is proud to be recognised in this year's Women in IT Excellence Awards, with three of our engineers announced as finalists for multiple award categories.
Fitzrovia IT is proud to be shortlisted for two awards in this year's Managed Services Awards.
Fitzrovia IT turned 20 this year, marking two decades of providing IT support to our clients in London and beyond.
Today, Fitzrovia IT teamed up with the Metropolitan Police and our security partner Custodian360 to host a unique 'Decisions and Disruptions' cybersecurity workshop.
Fitzrovia IT was recently featured in a case study conducted by SmileBack, the leading platform measuring customer satisfaction.
Following our recognition as Employer of the Year, we are proud to join Technical Architect Anuj Mehta in celebration of his 13th year with Fitzrovia IT.
Fitzrovia IT is proud to support our CISG Incident Agent, Barry Evans, as he prepares to run the 2019 London Marathon on behalf of Sense UK.
Fitzrovia IT is delighted to be announced as a finalist for the 'Best Apprenticeship Scheme' and 'Sales Team of the Year' categories in this year's Comms Dealer Sales & Marketing Awards.
The Fitzrovia IT Academy first year apprentice, Tom Murray, has been named Apprentice of the Year.
With more entrants and nominees considered in this year's Just IT Awards than ever before, Fitzrovia IT is proud to be recognised as overall Employer of the Year.
A disturbing cyberbullying 'game' called the Momo challenge is spreading around the world via WhatsApp and online platforms, leaving young people vulnerable to its violent messages. As chat rooms and messaging apps become increasingly available to young people - and become prime targets for hackers - we break down how to stay safe on WhatsApp.