Solutions in Technology invade England....


South Wales based Solutions in Technology are delighted to announce the opening of its third office based in Bristol.  The new branch will be located in the prestigious development of Aztec West and will initially open with a team of three sales staff who will specifically service the South West region.

This exciting development shows further growth for the business who have not only had to expand their headquarters in South Wales three fold in recent years, but have also opened a branch in Swansea, South West Wales to cater for the demand.

The opening represents another important milestone in the company’s latest development history and future growth plans.

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Kids Cancer Charity supported by Solutions In Technology


Local Swansea business, Solutions in Technology have decided that 2016 is the year in which its success will directly support a local charity to support children and their families that have been affected by Cancer

Solutions in Technology has grown from strength to strength in recent years and have been looking for a charity to support that share in this growth.

Director Richard Wilkins said “We have worked hard to grow our business over the last 10 years and we feel now is the time that a local charity can share in our success.  In 2016 we are committed to donate £25 for each photocopier we sell to Kids Cancer Charity and focussing all our fundraising efforts in raising cash for the charity. We will also be asking our customers if they would like support us by rounding up their photocopier usage bills to the nearest pound.

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Android bug 

Is your phone at risk?

Security flaw in 900 MILLION Android devices could give hackers complete access to your data

  • The problem appears to affect phones which run on Qualcomm processors
  • These include the HTC One, Sony Xperia Z Ultra and Samsung Galaxy S7
  • An app called ‘QuadRooter Scanner’ allows users to check if their phone is vulnerable to the bug


Owners of Android phones have been warned of a serious security flaw that could give attackers complete access to a phone’s data. The problem has been identified in software used in about 900 million Android phones, including the HTC One, and Sony Xperia Z Ultra. While there is currently no evidence of the flaws being used by hackers, experts say it is a race as to who finds the bug first.


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Bristol Office

Call Us: 0117 905 7010
Support Desk: 0333 200 4332

2430/2440 The Quadrant, Aztec West,
Almondsbury, Bristol, BS32 4AQ.