In this issue of In Touch you can find out why Cyber-crime is posing a growing threat for businesses and households in the West Midlands.
BT is looking for talent in the region to join a growing area of its business which is changing the way engineers work. And also news of how some young people got an insight into BT Fleet.
There’s plenty of news on the partnership front, with fibre broadband reaching even further across the region. And Gfast, is now available to thousands of people in parts of Birmingham and the Black Country and Birmingham will be one of the first cities to benefit from proposals announced by Openreach for a major acceleration of its ultrafast fibre broadband network. There’s also news about EE’s new 4G home broadband solution.
Colin Bannon, Chair of the West Midlands Regional Board