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Azure Fundamentals success!

Congratulations to Ben, our newest recruit, who has added the Azure Fundamentals course to the collection of courses he has passed since joining RedMosquito.  Our Operations Director, Ricky, has presented Ben with some bubbly to toast his success!

All of our engineers have Personal Development Plans in place, where they work through courses to develop their knowledge and skills.  As well as challenging our team this keeps us at the forefront of technological advances.

We are delighted that another one of our engineers has passed this challenging Microsoft course.  Azure is Microsoft’s cloud computing platform which offers a range of services that can be used for virtual computing, storage, networking, and much more.  This wealth of skills, knowledge and experience make us best placed to advise our IT Support customers in Glasgow, Edinburgh and throughout the UK on how to leverage technological advances to their advantage.

If you would like to tap into our expertise contact us today!




Azure for Charities

Microsoft Azure – £2,800 free service credits for charities

Microsoft’s cloud computing platform – Azure – is a brilliant product which enables organisations of all sizes to create and manage applications and services in the cloud.  Microsoft offer a very generous incentive, of £2,800 in Azure service credits per year, to support charities to use this platform.  RedMosquito provides IT Support services to a […]

cyber security glasgow

NCSC urges UK businesses to bolster cyber defences in response to events in Ukraine

In reaction to the situation in Ukraine, the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) are urging organisations in the UK to ensure their cyber defences are bolstered.  Their recent press release advises businesses to follow guidance regarding the steps to take when the cyber threat is raised. Whilst there is no need to be alarmed, we […]

02 Mar 2022

Email security: Microsoft blocks billions of emails

Phishing emails – where criminals attempt to trick users into disclosing information or installing malware – is on the rise. Microsoft’s recent announcement that they blocked 1000 malicious emails per second during 2021 (almost 40 billion emails)  highlights the vast scale of this problem. While Microsoft’s success in blocking these emails is great news, businesses […]