As much as we dislike legalities, there are some things that we do have to say, so here they are.


The word "Adeptium", the phrases "Adeptium Consulting", "Adeptium Consulting Limited" and "Adeptium Consulting Ltd", the Adeptium logo, the 'a' logo ("Giro" font) and (when written in Adeptium's signature colour - Pantone 279 - or near colours) the phrase "Make your life easier" are Trade Marks of Adeptium Consulting Limited, and may not be used by any other party under any circumstances without our prior written consent, which is only given on a case-by-case basis.  We can, will and do enforce our Trade Marks.


All text and images on this web site are copyright © Adeptium Consulting Limited, all rights reserved, unless otherwise stated on the page itself or in our Acknowledgements page. See the page footer for the copyright dates.

We may provide links to pages outside of this web site, purely as a courtesy.  At the time of inclusion of those links, we believed the linked pages to be free of malware and other major risks - however, we make no warranty in that regard.  It is your responsibility, as a visitor to this site, to satisfy yourself that such links are safe to follow, and to secure your computer against all risks to which you may be exposed whilst browsing the Internet - including, but not limited to, malware, "spy" cookies, hijack code, the effects of hackers outwith the site owners' control, pop-ups and so forth.

Likewise, we do our best to try to ensure that our own site is secured and free from major risks, hacking, and so on - and as soon as we are aware of any security breaches or problems with our site, we act to eliminate the problem - but we do not offer warranties in these regards, and we specifically deny liability for any or all risks or damage caused by visiting this site, to the maximum extent permissible under law.

If you discover that our site has been hacked, or that content has caused your or another's system problems, we would appreciate it if you could send us an email - to This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it - outlining the problem and what you know of its cause, and we will investigate as promptly as we can.  Before you do that, you may wish to visit our Privacy page, as it describes a number of technologies we use, including web analytics, that may cause "false alarms".  Regardless, if anti-spyware or anti-malware software does appear to have triggered an alarm about our site, we would be grateful for an email to let us know which version of which software raised the alert.  If it turns out to be correct, we will fix our site.  If it doesn't, we'll have a word with the software's makers to help them avoid any such alarms in future.

Your continued visit to this site constitutes full acceptance of the legal points and conditions outlined in this page, and acceptance of the jurisdiction of the courts of England in regard to any dispute arising therefrom.