Social media stories are draining your mobile data As you probably know, Facebook recently launched Facebook Stories. This follows the recent release of Instagram Stories, which was widely thought to be copying Snapchat’s Stories feature, in an apparent attempt to acquire its users. This new and overwhelmingly popular trend suggests that video content … Continue reading Social media stories are draining your mobile data
Repair Monster’s is a wholly owned subsidiary of Trinity Maxwell and the newest addition to the Trinity suite of products and services.
Why are customers being upgraded? Vodafone have noticed that some customer CTNs on the Gemini billing platform aren’t on a 4G plan, despite having a 4G device. During the week commencing 23rd January 2017, Vodafone are moving them to a 4G price plan at no extra cost. How are Vodafone letting customers know about the change? … Continue reading Vodafone customers on Gemini billing platform upgraded to 4G at no extra Cost
Ransomware can have big impacts on home users and businesses by encrypting potentially sensitive or proprietary information and holding it to ransom. With the user being threatened to pay to regain access to this information or to prevent it from being published elsewhere. In November McAfee published their ‘2017 Threat Predictions’ report, with one of … Continue reading Ransomware Trends to be Cautious of in 2017
So January has arrived and no doubt Cloud and IT professionals are in planning for the year ahead, having set the budgets and now it’s time to execute on those plans. So what are these strategies for 2017? The CTO at Navsite, David Grimes gives us his insight into what some of these will be. … Continue reading 2017 Cloud and IT Predictions
At Trinity we are really behind Blackberry’s relaunch into the market from hardware manufacturer to software provider and here is a really interesting article explaining just what their strategy has been in the words of their CFO, Steve Capelli.