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Introducing Hubtel IT – the newest Advisory member to join WMCRC

We are thrilled to introduce Julian Brettle, Business Development Manager at Hubtel IT as the latest advisory member of our network, adding his technological knowledge and vast experience to our collective resource pool.

Julian has worked in the IT sector for 2 decades as a consultant, specialising in Cyber Security and Compliance. He has worked with many organisations and many industry sectors across the U.K. to achieve IT security standards, including ISO & Cyber Essentials. Whether you have some in-house experience, or none at all, Julian aims to make the Cyber Essentials auditing, remedial action, submission and certification processes as easy as possible for his clients.

Managed Service Provider, Hubtel IT, provide IT support, solutions and cyber security consultancy to a large database of clients in both the public and private sector. They stay up to date with industry and supplier developments to ensure their clients are front-footed, resilient and robust in the dynamic world of IT.

As a Panasonic accredited company and Microsoft Certified Partners, they are able to offer full support direct from the manufacturer and their engineers are fully up to date with new software releases.

On joining WMCRC, Hubtel IT said:

“Hubtel IT have joined WMCRC as a Core and Advisory Member, recognising that our goals are aligned, to help organisations across the West Midlands become more secure in the face of ever increasing cyber threats.”

Vanessa Eyles, Director of WMCRC, said:

“We are thrilled to have Julian and Hubtel IT as part of our expanding network. We have no doubt they’ll bring a wealth of valuable knowledge and expertise, and we’re looking forward to working alongside them to help organisations in the West Midlands increase their cyber security.”

If you’re looking to join our community, we’re always looking for new members to offer guidance, and advice and help influence the direction of the centre. Contact us to join the team today.


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