Dr Katherine Bean PhD

Dr Katherine Bean has her PhD in Electronic Engineering and is a Chartered Engineer. She specializes in making better businesses.

She is a storage expert and software developer, with experience of developing RAID and SAN systems along with the infrastructure needed to implement large scale systems at IBM.

She works with clients internationally to make sure their data is safe, reliable and securely accessible.

As a fully qualified teacher and experienced university lecturer, she is well suited to deliver on-site training. Bringing the full benefit of technology into business in a way that is usable and understood by senior management.

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Bad Passwords of 2015 22 Jan 2016
A quick look at the most common passwords of 2015 and why you should not use them.

Simple Debt Repayment Accelerator 18 Dec 2015
A FREE and simple way to repay debts without all the stress and hassle. See how it work, grab a copy and become debt free!

The Training Fallacy 17 Aug 2015
Common wisdom suggests that the best approach with new software is to allow employees to learn the changes in their own time at home. Today, we challenge that notion and show how to add real value.

Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts 01 Aug 2015
A nice single page which contains all the new Windows 10 Keyboard Shortcuts. Simply Print and use to speed up your use of Windows 10.Please note, this is a PDF document.

Boosting Productivity 21 Jul 2015
Much has been written about productivity recently and why it's not improving. See some of the pitfalls and simple ways of improving the situation.