Techolony are an IT Professional Services organisation that drive value through some of the largest programmes in the UK across Financial Services, Government, Insurance, Retail, Oil and Gas and Automotive. We understand the complexity of multi-supplier contracts. Collaboration is at our core.More about us
Here at Techolony, we recognise that skills and knowledge advancement are the heartbeat of a quality organisation. By working closely with our learning partners, we provide huge value to our customers and associates for our classroom based ICT courses and mentoring schemes.More about training
Our Strategy & Consulting team will work with you to understand your long term goals and convert them into an ICT roadmap that will support growth and efficiency.
Our Strategy & Architecture team have vast experience designing a variety of solutions to take our clients on their technological journey.
Managing a change project is more than co-ordinating a series of activities. It requires highly skilled people, well defined processes, solid governance and your teams to work together to achieve a unified goal.
Working to the NIST framework, delivering ISO 27001 solutions and also being Cyber Essentials accredited for government work, our team are best placed to mitigate your growing cyber risks.
A look at the challenges faced by Small and Medium Sized Enterprises in setting up and operating a Security Operations Centre.
The Techolony team takes a look at some of the key reasons why your business can benefit from managed testing.
Automation Maturity Reviews, Change Programmes, Quality And Test Health Checks, Security Testing, Testing
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