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UK clothing and food retailer Marks and Spencer uses Microsoft Azure cloud services to quickly scale major TV and social media campaigns and to restructure the business to cope with the demands of omni-channel retailing and agile development
Nottingham Trent University was having difficulty establishing its software licensing position.  Their old solution was inaccurate, slow and couldn’t keep pace with the multiplatform IT infrastructure. They turned to a cloud based software asset management solution and have made estimated cost savings in excess of £200,000 over three years.
Systems Integrator Smart421 delivers a cloud hosted ticket on departure solution for train operators around the UK, the solution will handle the current £2 billion of ticket sales at a substantially reduced operating cost from the legacy ticketing system.
London South Bank University has invested more than £14.8 million with IBM SoftLayer to help improve student experiences with online personalised education.
Zeta Compliance Technologies enhances the security and speed of its software-as-a-service (SAAS) cloud applications with FireHost Intelligent Security Model
  Streaming video service, blinkbox’s Group Head of IT, Jon Robinson explains why they’re moving a petabyte of data to Microsoft Azure, a why the platform doesn’t treat Linux as a second class citizen.
Sportradar, a supplier of sports and betting-related data services, is using Internap’s content delivery network (CDN) to stream live professional sporting events and data directly into 1,000 retail betting shops worldwide.
UK accountancy practice Harris Lipman were helped by Fifosys to migrate their IT infrastructure into the cloud, with the result that not only do they save time and money but Fifosys have effectively become their Chief Information Technology Officer and are defining their IT strategy for the future
Find out how using a flexible working strategy has helped to give two internationally-minded entrepreneurs at sales and marketing consultancy business Conversion Rate Experts (CRE) access a global employee talent pool and international customer base
Manchester firm Vita Cellular Foam's adoption of Exponential-e's Virtual Data Centre will see over 60 servers virtualised to improve business continuity
CentraStage’s cloud-based remote monitoring and management (RMM tool) enables Rx Systems to deliver their primary care software and service to ICT devices in 45% of UK pharmacies
NHS England has swapped Microsoft’s SharePoint Online for Cloud2’s Hadron 8020 implementation as their business content, collaboration and communication solution for its 6,500 employees. NHS England (formerly known as the NHS Commissioning Board) is the new body which leads the NHS in England and comprises around 6,500 staff in sites around England, with many of these working remotely or while mobile. While the organisation recognised the considerable value in being…
Irish-based utility meter management company, Temetra, had developed a wireless meter reading system, however due to the volume of critical data created by readings they were unable to get the most out of their system, without conceding significant data management and analysis costs on proprietary big data solutions. The answer was to look at open source big data cloud solutions, and after reviewing a range of solutions including Cassandra and…
Learn how CentraStage’s low cost cloud-based remote monitoring and management (RMM) service was able to help London Grid for Learning (LGfL) Trust to manage over 100,000 devices in over 1700 schools in London
Read how CentraStage delivered SaaS monitoring and management to INPS, a leading player in the UK Health Sector, delivering a 50% reduction in costs, vastly improved deployment rates and significant reductions on multiple software installations. Health care business INPS develops, deploys and supports Vision, a flexible suite of clinical software solutions. Their software is used extensively across the UK healthcare sector and provides ICT support to over 2300 GP surgeries,…
The European Central Bank (ECB) needed to create a brand new market for Asset Based Securities (ABD) that was fast, efficient and secure. They turned to NTT Europe and partner Sapient who delivered an award winning solution the European DataWarehouse. The challenge for European DataWarehouse Following the economic crisis in 2008, the European Central Bank (ECB) took steps to improve transparency and restore trust in the European ABS market which…
In 2012 Rob Dixon, owner and founder of UK-based franchise Joineryworkshop.com, switched himself and his franchisees on to the Xero online accounts package.
Monday, 10 June 2013 10:23

Trinity Mirror

Trinity Mirror is one of the UK’s largest newspaper and magazine publishers. Their portfolio includes 5 national newspapers, over 130 regional newspapers and over 500 digital products including Mirror.co.uk. The business required a hosting environment that would allow the company to be more agile as well as providing greater data centre resilience.
Founded in 1927, AS Roma is one of Italian football’s most successful ever clubs. It has spent more than sixty successive seasons competing in Serie A, Italy’s top domestic league, winning the tile three times, most recently in 2000-01, and the Italian Cup on nine occasions.
Thursday, 06 June 2013 13:27

Totaljobs Group call on Amazon

Totaljobs Group, founded in 1999, is one of the largest online job board businesses in the United Kingdom. The company’s flagship website, Totaljobs.com, provides job search information for generalized employment searches. In addition, Totaljobs Group has six websites that target job searches in specific industries, such as technology, retail, and hospitality. Together, the websites list more than 200,000 jobs and attract more than 7 million jobseekers per month.
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