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Stay Connected Over Christmas With FluidOne

Posted by Guest Blogger on 19/12/22 16:20
Christmas has always been a challenging time for all kinds of businesses - not only are there colder temperatures, fewer people in the office, and more pressure to make sales but added threat of cyber attacks and lost internet connections can make it difficult to maintain that Christmas spirit. Don’t lose hope, though - as a market-leading provider of connected cloud solutions, we offer a range of solutions to help all businesses rise to the challenge and navigate a successful Christmas. 

Topic Christmas Cloud connectivity customer service mobile Unified Communications SD-WAN cyber security

Digital Transformation In Finance

Posted by Guest Blogger on 29/11/22 11:39
Companies in the financial sector have seen an unprecedented acceleration of digital transformation in recent years. The restrictions of the pandemic and the need to keep one step ahead of the competition have added pressure to financial organisations, and so have the changes in the ways people use financial services.

Topic Cloud Disaster recovery cyber security Digital Transformation Finance

Why Cloud Computing Could Lead To A Greener Future

Posted by Guest Blogger on 11/04/22 09:22
Cloud computing has been around for a few decades now, but has become even more prevalent in recent years. In fact, the term ‘cloud computing’ has become a technology buzzword, but it essentially means that you’re able to use remote servers to store your data and files, and access them from any location, as well as everything from applications and services to storage and extra processing power.

Topic Cloud cloud computing Sustainability Renewable Energy

Critical Infrastructure Attacks: Considerations for Small-to-Medium Enterprises

Posted by Guest Blogger on 24/03/22 10:28
In the UK, Critical National Infrastructure (CNI) is defined by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) as ‘Those critical elements of Infrastructure (facilities, systems, sites, property, information, people, networks and processes), the loss or compromise of which would result in a major detrimental impact on the availability, delivery or integrity of essential services, leading to severe economic or social consequences or to loss of life.’ This encompasses thirteen sectors: chemicals, civil nuclear, communications, defence, emergency services, energy, finance, food, government, health, space, transport, and water.

Topic Cloud cyberattacks ransomware cyber security

How to reduce cloud access costs | Private connection to AWS and Azure

Posted by SAS on 18/10/19 11:35
Businesses are increasingly moving their applications to cloud providers such as AWS and Azure.  These platforms charge for bandwidth based on metered usage rather than the fixed rate charges associated with Internet and MPLS connections.

Topic Cloud

Investment by Rigby Group plc

Posted by Dan Pope on 23/03/15 10:06
Today Fluidata has announced the investment in its business by Rigby Group plc. Rigby Group is the parent company for a portfolio of privately owned and highly successful businesses operating across Europe, the Middle East and North Africa. The £2 billion business, owned by Sir Peter Rigby, has interests in the technology, airports, hotels, real estate, financial and aviation sectors. Among Rigby Group businesses is Europe’s principal independent technology provider SCC.

Topic ADVANCE Copper and Fibre Failover Burst Business ADSL Business EFM Ethernet First Mile Cloud PureFluid DSL Bonding Business Hosting Business Wireless Technology Core Dedicated Network MPLS – VPLS News Private Wide Area Network Service Exchange Platform Virtual Private Network Pulse Business FTTC PWAN VOX Business ADSL XSPAMINATE

The year ahead in Broadband, Cloud and BYOD

Posted by Dan Pope on 08/01/14 12:18
As is quite often the case in the world of technology, the year ahead will be full of change in terms of popular services and applications, and especially so for businesses.

Topic BT BYOD CityFibre Cloud fluidata FTTC FTTM Gigaclear Marissa Mayer PaaS applications Broadband FTTP Google News SaaS Yahoo! IaaS

Year in Review

Posted by Dan Pope on 31/12/13 17:23
Upon reflection, 2013, feels less of a momentous year than previous ones, both inside and outside of our industry. It wasn't sprinkled with the added piquancy a London Olympics brings, it wasn't a year of new products launches or technologies. The 'cloud' continued to gather pace, to a point where it has now entered the mainstream. 'Big Data' and the 'Internet of things' progressed from new fangled industry terms to something more tangible; where their impact can be observed and understood by everyday users. They could soon be developments that change everyday lives - with Allseen Alliance close to establishing an open source framework capable of connecting almost anything to the Internet. BYOD exploded; with 7/10 employees now using their own devices.

Topic BYOD Cloud Facebook Microsoft big data Google Internet of Things News NSA Service Exchange Platform

Theft of company data and how organisations can guard against it

Posted by Dan Pope on 10/10/13 13:58
Employee data theft is on the rise. Reports last month, based on EMV research, tell us the number of thefts of confidential information cases heard at the high court has risen by 58% in the last year and by a staggering 5,000% since 2006.

Topic BYOD Cloud IPlayer 2 manager secure data News steal 3G employee hosting IT layer 3 private network PWAN Security theft

Riots spur companies to review disaster recovery

Posted by Dan Pope on 25/08/11 12:42
Two weeks ago, with the skyline of London and other cities across the UK slowly filling with the black smoke of burning cars and buildings, many were speculating about how much damage the riots would cause - both economically and socially. We often think about the immediate effects of the damage, i.e. loss of destroyed or looted stock, reduction in trading hours, but it seems that some of our retail clients  and SME’s were also considering the cost of losing corporate data in such an event.

Topic CCTV Cloud London riots News hosting