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NEWS: Sian Aherne Joins the Artisan Southwest team

Artisan Southwest is pleased to announce Sian Aherne as a new member to its consulting team. Sian is a PR expert with 14 years of experience in the technology sector working in-house, agency and freelance for a range of B2B and B2C organisations. During her career, she has delivered successful, award-winning, high impact PR campaigns…
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NEWS: Liz Kelly Joins the Artisan Southwest team.

We are pleased to announce that Liz Kelly has joined the Artisan Southwest consulting team as an Associate. A marketing expert and former colleague of Andrew, Liz joins the team after a period away from work to raise her three children. Now all safely in school, we’re excited to welcome her back to the “world…
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Artisan SouthWest Joins the Manufacturing Advisory Service

We’re pleased to announce that Artisan Southwest recently became a registered consultancy firm with the Manufacturing Advisory Service. Funded by BIS (Department for Business, Innovation and Skills), MAS provides support for companies based in England, helping them to improve and grow.  MAS advisors and registered MAS consultants provide assistance on a range of projects  helping manufacturers…
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Andrew Joins the Blogging Team for Knowledge Peers 2012

Earlier this year Andrew was invited to join the blogging team for the Knowledge Peers Website, in the run-up to their Exchange  2012 event. Knowledge Peers is an on, and off-line service for forward thinking leaders to explore emerging ideas and challenges. They facilitate peer to peer learning between directors of businesses and charities via video-based…
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Andrew Moloney Joins Microsoft Small Business Consulting Panel

Andrew Moloney has joined a select number of Industry Analysts and commentators to provide input for Microsoft’s newly relaunched Small Business Blog. Each month the blog will explore topics of particular interest to small businesses and seek the opinions and advice of members of the contributing panel.  The first of these blog posts, published Friday September 21st, asks the…
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Andrew to Join the Debate at Mobile Enterprise Security 2012

Andrew Moloney has been asked to participate in the upcoming Mobile Enterprise Security Conference in London on October 16th, 2012. He will be participating in a panel session focussing on the development of internal policies for mobility strategy,  providing perspectives gained from the analysis he conducted earlier in the year on behalf of Industry forum, the Enterprise…
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New Information Security Newsletter to be Launched

Andrew Moloney has been commissioned by McDonald Butler to edit a new monthly Information Security Newsletter. Called “Intelligentsia” and sponsored by HP’s Enterprise Security Products Division, it brings a round-up of  key information, news and analysis to consultants working with HP’s products in their network of System Integrators and large consulting firms. “I’m very pleased…
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Andrew Moloney to guest on SafeNet Webinar

Andrew Moloney will guest on an upcoming webinar for leading Information Security firm, SafeNet. The Webinar, entitled “Securing Access Control for SaaS Environments”  is lead by SafeNet’s VP of Technology in the Office of the CTO, Doron Cohenand takes place on March 7th 2012. You can register to attend the live broadcast, or view a…
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Security and Mobility – New Report to be Published

A new report investigating the impact of a mobility strategy on the information security posture of  an organisation will be published on March 6th, 2012. The report, authored by Andrew Moloney of Artisan Southwest Consulting, was commissioned by the Enterprise Mobility Network – a new community for IT professionals also due to launch on March 6th,  challenges…
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“Secure Business” Report Published Today.

The special report that Andrew helped to develop, looking at the issues with securing today’s corporate environment, was published today in the UK print edition of the Times Newspaper. If you’re not in the UK, or didn’t manage to pick up a copy, you can read the full report online here.