Paessler’s solutions to protect and preserve the world’s oldest working computer
Budgens announces that, without notice, Cashzone is introducing a charge to customers of £1.50 for cash withdrawals at their ATM. In store cashback up to £50 is still free for customers. Cardtronics replies.
From April, Transport for Buckinghamshire (TfB) will be trialling ‘Smart Tab’ parking sensors in limited-waiting parking bays across Marlow.
New elements are being added to the Learning Programme at The National Museum of Computing (TNMOC) on Bletchley Park thanks to funding from Issured, the digital transformation and cyber specialists.
The 2019 Relaxed Opening sessions for people with autism at The National Museum of Computing are already proving highly popular and visitors are advised to register promptly for the increasingly popular sessions.
The National Museum of Computing plans to display original wartime Colossus decrypts
Delwyn Holroyd, a volunteer at The National Museum of Computing, is celebrating the award of an Emmy to the company he co-founded and of which he is now Technical Director.
On Thursday 8 November five Year 10 students from John Colet School delivered an assembly to Year 5 and Year 6 students at Wendover Junior School promoting e-safety and responsible internet usage.
Seventy-five years after the first Colossus was under construction, the original tools and tool bag of an engineer who maintained the code-breaking Colossus computers are on display alongside the working rebuild of the computer at The National Museum of Computing.
A new play aimed at year 6 pupils that helps them learn about online risk and healthy online behaviour has been shown to over 5500 pupils across the county