Hi, I'm Ben Green and I'm a Desktop Infrastructure Technician and digital consultant that works to improve end-user experiences through digital products.

Who am I?

I'm an 18 year old, based in Christchurch, Dorset. I work with local businesses to enhance their digital presence through different mediums. I've been involved in the media for the past 6 years, creating video, audio and web-based content and also work in technical support and infrastructure.

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What do I do?

I've worked in the media and IT industry for the past 5 years, specialising in camera operation, video editing and motion graphics, desktop infrastructure and end-user support, producing numerous projects for coursework, commercial work.

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Testimonials from colleagues & clients

Completely overwhelmed with the passion and innovation Ben has demonstrated since joining BCP only last year Throughout all my working sessions with Ben, I have been absolutely inspired and totally impressed with his professionalism, positivity and his 'can do' attitude. A real credit to BCP and truly deserving of this recognition.

Kelly Barnes

Ben was extremely professional on the day and nothing was too much for him. He went above and beyond to make sure our wedding video was perfect. Ben captured every part of the day but did so discreetly making use feel at ease. Thank you, Ben, for capturing the most amazing day of our lives!

Joely & Callum

Since October Ben has worked extremely hard on filming and editing the College production of 'The Tempest'. He took the project upon himself, running a multi-camera set up with several other students. Ben has highlighted key leadership skills along with excellent production skills.

Ryan Butterworth

More testimonials can be read on my about page.

Articles I've written

Security Practices for Small Businesses

Many small businesses may, at some point in their lifespan, go through the detriment of having their social media, personal information or websites hacked or leaked. It is absolutely vital that you secure all information and accounts – such as your social media logins, employee information and other important details. This post will go through methods you should take to secure yourself and your business online.

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Securing Your Business Email

At the start of the Coronavirus pandemic, a number of large companies and organisations with extreme amounts of authority (namely, the WHO) had been subject to email spoofing, in essence, allowing anyone with access to a computer to send an email through your domain, pretending to be you and potentially ruining your reputation as a business and worst of all, ruining your relationship with your customers.

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How You Should Write a Privacy Policy

Something that is either overlooked, ignored or can be completely bloated is a privacy policy. Even if you’re running a small blog or portfolio website, by law, you must have some form of a privacy policy. The only absolute exception you can have to not include one is if you are 100% sure that your website or server does not take any user information

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