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Maintaining Email Security & Best Practices

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Apr 25, 2018 2:28:24 PM

The digital economy has made a lot of things easier, including communication and payments, but these changes have gone hand-in-hand with a heightened risk of fraud from cybercrime. Internet-based fraud can take many forms. As individuals, some of us have no doubt had ‘the phone call’ from our bank questioning our recent shopping spree in South Korea. Fortunately, personal losses are usually reimbursed quickly through the bank’s insurance scheme. Risks to businesses are more profound. Companies run the hazard not only of financial loss but also loss of reputation, which can be catastrophic.

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Hone-All Assists Local College To Offer Skills Targeted Apprenticeships

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Mar 22, 2018 9:58:35 AM

Central Bedfordshire College provide excellent learning and progression for our communities in Bedfordshire and beyond. Their new state-of-the-art Engineering and Construction Skills Centre in Leighton Buzzard and team of industry professional teaching staff are on hand to deliver the most up to date and comprehensive skills training to ensure your future in these exciting sectors.

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Watch Hone All On MTD CNC's #SwarfandChips

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Feb 27, 2018 9:37:59 AM

Watch our appearance on #SwarfandChips, the weekly engineering YouTube show from MTD CNC. You can watch the video on MTD CNC's website, YouTube or by clicking play below.

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Introducing Our Latest Colchester CNC Lathe

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Feb 20, 2018 5:08:37 PM

We have recently been enjoying utilising our latest Colchester CNC lathe – the newest addition to our CNC large turning section here at Hone All Precision. The Colchester Lathe Company, based in Heckmondwike in West Yorkshire, is one of the world’s leading producers of CNC lathes and supporting equipment.

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AS9100 Rev D HELP!

Posted by Andrea Rodney on Oct 31, 2017 4:00:00 PM

The new revision of AS9100 was published in 2016 but it has been reported that many businesses have delayed getting the transition progressed. Accreditation Bodies are reporting that as few as 40% of their client base have gone through the transition and many are planning an initial transition assessment in March 2018. The fear is that there will not be enough time to rectify NCRs raised before the September deadline. Many are reporting that the assessor resource will also be stretched beyond capacity, leaving many clients without any Quality Accreditation in October 2018.

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