October 29, 2015

Many businesses today are still using traditional Private Branch Exchange (PBX) or IP-PBX phone systems, and they do prove to be a great telecom solution given their breadth of functionality and scalability. However, there are risks involved of which it is important to be aware.

Due to the success Mother Technologies has recently achieved in the Scottish central belt, the company has taken the decision to open two new branch offices in order to better serve the region. The offices are located centrally in Edinburgh and Glasgow.

Mother Technologies took on our first year-long placement students in January 2015. Michal Cebera, 27, and Matthew Lees, 22, are undergraduate students at Aberdeen’s Robert Gordon’s University, both studying for a BSc Honours degree in Computer Network Management and Design.

Mother Technologies has sponsored Robert Gordon’s College 1st XV rugby team, made up of 5th and 6th year students, supplying them with their new strips for the season.

Steve Redhead, Managing Director of Mother Technologies said: “We are delighted to be sponsoring the Gordon’s rugby firsts as they progress through the 2015-16 season, for which I wish them the very best of luck. Mother Technologies is an established business here in Aberdeen and we want to share the success we’ve had by supporting the development of local talent, especially at a time when rugby is receiving so much attention with the world cup currently underway in the UK. RGC has produced a number of notable Scottish sporting figures over the years – and I’m sure we will see a few more yet!”