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Hackers could get into the IT systems of more than half of UK businesses in less than an hour, an expert has warned.

Daisy Group has revealed it is to acquire business telecoms provider Worldwide Group Holdings in an initial deal worth £28 million in cash.

Lancashire-based Daisy Group has been honoured at the AIM awards, which celebrate the very best of AIM-listed companies.

Lancashire telecoms provider Daisy Group has almost doubled its annual sales.

Lancashire telecommunications firm Daisy Group has revealed its annual trading results are set to be in line with market expectations.

London-based technology company Niu Solutions has agreed to sell its Telinet and Ipitomi telecoms busineses in a £15.4 million deal.

Lancashire telecommunications firm Daisy Group has completed its second multi-million pound acquisition in a week after agreeing terms to buy the assets of Telinet and Ipitomi.

Lancashire telecommunications firm Daisy Group has bought Outsourcery’s Vodafone mobile services business for £12 million.

Lancashire telecoms company Daisy Group has announced the £23.5m purchase of Essex company NEG.

Lancashire telecoms company Daisy Group has announced the £23.5 million purchase of Essex company NEG.

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