Enterprise IT solutions company ramps up managed services business using Managed Workplace

The Company

In 1995, Leslie Powell founded Mark III Systems. Twenty-three years later, her company has grown into a large, multi-disciplinary solutions provider serving enterprises and small-to-medium businesses (SMBs) worldwide. Mark III provides full stack enterprise-class servers, storage, networking products, and managed services. The company’s dedication to each customer’s specialized requirements has resulted in strong, ongoing relationships with nearly every customer with whom they have worked since inception.

“We follow our customers’ needs,” explains Chris Bogan, Alliances and Business Development. “Our customer requirements drive how we grow, reshape, and transform our business.”

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Green ISP Launch UK 330Mbps G.fast Home Broadband Service


Little known non-profit UK internet provider Green ISP appears to have quietly become the next to launch a G.fast based ‘up to’ 330Mbps (30Mbps upload) ultrafast broadband package with unlimited usage. The service is priced from £41.99 per month but does NOT include line rental (installation is £105). The contract term for this package is […]

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Globetrotting with a VPN | Avast

Imagine exploring around in the awe-inspiring Roman Colosseum, drinking up its ancient history while someone sneaks your wallet out of your pocket. Or standing atop the Eiffel Tower, taking in the grandest view in the world as someone silently swipes your passport and starts running around Paris under your name. Life-enriching experiences, particularly related to travel, are dashed against the rocks the moment you discover you’ve been victimized. To fully enjoy your travel adventures, you have to first take the target off your back. Here’s how:

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Intel hires Jim Keller, AMD’s former Zen chief, as the company beefs up its talent pool

Intel has hired the mastermind behind the AMD Zen architecture, Jim Keller, as its head of silicon engineering, Intel confirmed on Thursday.

Keller, who had left AMD to join Tesla as its chief of autopilot engineering, has been hired at Intel, the company confirmed in a tweet on Thursday morning. Keller joins his fellow AMD alumnus, Raja Koduri, as two key chip designers in Intel’s architecture group.

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Ofcom UK CEO Warns BT to “fibre-up, or risk fading away”


The boss of UK telecoms regulator Ofcom, Sharon White, has told a conference in London today that BT (Openreach) must replace their “Victorian-era” copper ISP network with a modern “full fibre” (FTTP/H) broadband alternative or “risk losing swathes of customers to [rivals].” The strong words came as Openreach continues to be put under pressure for […]

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