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.
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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.
Google+ is due to close to consumers four months earlier than expected on April 2nd, following a series of security flaws and data exposure, coupled with low user turnout.
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.
The cloud can be broken down into public, private, hybrid, and multi-cloud solutions. Choosing the best cloud service – or a combination of them – can be an important decision for your business.
Just IT announced today that Fitzrovia IT has been shortlisted for two awards in The Just IT Apprenticeship Awards 2019.
Virgin Media customers expressed their frustration online today as they have been left without access to internet.
Fitzrovia IT has been shortlisted as a finalist for the European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2019 for the category 'SME (Cloud or SaaS) Solution
Today is #SaferInternetDay2019 and Fitzrovia IT is taking part in bringing attention to this important cause
From 1st February, DNS (Domain Name System) software and service providers will begin shutting down non-compliant DNS servers in an attempt to combat slow speeds and ineffective deployment of new features.