Manx Technology Group is exhibiting at the Business Show (London ExCeL) – 16th and 17th May 2019.
We are talking to businesses about Smart Cities, managed IT & security, bespoke software development and e-Gaming solutions.
Visit stand 1374 to meet our CEO Joe Hughes, Directors Abby Chatwood and Carolyne Scutt.
This is an exciting role at a technology company that will see you working in areas as diverse as Managed IT Services, Internet of Things (IoT), e-Gaming and Biomed. Read more
This new and wide-ranging role will see you being responsible for front office duties and working at the heart of a busy commercial team, supporting the sales, project, marketing and procurement processes of the business. Read more
March is an exciting month for MTG – with two new staff members joining our company. The new recruits will be working in our field services and development teams. Read more
Manx Technology Group (MTG) is now a Fujitsu partner, able to supply and support a full range of IT solutions to our SMB and Enterprise customers.
We have a requirement for additional Helpdesk Operatives to work in our IT helpdesk team. Our helpdesk team is responsible for IT technical support for a wide range of managed service customers throughout the Isle of Man, UK and Europe. Read more
Millions of people are unaware of and uninformed about how their personal information is being used, collected or shared in our digital society. Data Privacy Day aims to inspire dialogue and empower individuals and companies to take action. Read more
It’s without a doubt that mental health is becoming acknowledged as one of the greatest challenges to face modern businesses. A report released by the Centre for Mental Health highlights that mental health problems in the UK workforce cost employers almost £35 billion in 2016. Read more
The Dark Web is a hidden universe contained with the ‘Deep Web’ which is the portion of the internet that is hidden from conventional search engines, Government surveillance and regulatory oversight. The ‘Deep Web’ is estimated to be at least 550 times larger than the traditional internet, and it is growing every day. Read more
CEO Fraud has proved a successful strategy for hackers, especially through the use of spoofed emails, or phishing. The hacker impersonates a senior member of internal staff in order to coerce the email victims into making a financial transaction, disclosing login credentials or visiting a malware-laden website.