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We know how it is.

You’re at work and you have a tech problem. You’ve tried switching your PC off and on but you’re still stuck.

So you need to call the experts – and need the issue resolved promptly.

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Working to solve skills deficit

The jobs of tomorrow are here today, and the technology sector offers great opportunities to people at all levels – from school leavers and graduates to people who have worked in other professions but are seeking new skills for the future.

Software and cybersecurity, artificial intelligence, data analysis, and the Internet of Things – working lives are increasingly digitally-dominated and it means that career opportunities in the sector are out there.

Clark IT is helping to nurture the next generation of talent by investing in school leavers and young people by offering apprenticeships and training.

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Future digital 18 March

Making Tax Digital is a Government drive aimed at making it easier for individuals and businesses to get their tax right and keep on top of their affairs.

HMRC’s ambition is to become one of the most digitally advanced tax administrations in the world – a bold step. To manage tax in the digital domain, HMRC needs businesses to submit financial information in a digital format.

VAT-registered businesses with a taxable turnover above the VAT threshold are required to use the Making Tax Digital service to keep records digitally and use software to submit their VAT returns from 1 April 2019.

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Cyber Conscious 8 May

Sloppy security makes businesses an easy target for criminal hackers yet too many are blinkered to the real and constant risk that hardcore hackers pose to their operations.

A recent study has revealed that  47% of small businesses have been hit by a cyberattack in the last year, with 63% of medium businesses having fallen victim.

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Google fine 24 Jan

Google’s £44 million fine for breaching the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) should serve as a warning to businesses of all sizes that they have a mandatory responsibility to uphold the regulation, according to a Scottish technology business leader.

Austen Clark, managing director of Clark Integrated Technologies said that the massive fine imposed on Google by the French data regulator CNIL, is a sign that data privacy obligations should be taken extremely seriously.

Mr Clark said: “This is the start of the GDPR having teeth. We are now in the next phase of the process: enforcement by the authorities that have been mandated to uphold the regulation.

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