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Corporates and start-ups: where is the love?

By: Stuart Brameld - 04 Mar 2014

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  Large businesses are increasingly backing London’s growing start-up community to gain access to new technology, talent, and ways of working – from Tesco to Microsoft Ventures and the Canary Wharf Group. Start-ups are fast moving, agile and increasingly technology-focused companies. Thanks to the rise of The Lean Start-up movement, they are becoming increasingly skilled at [...] Read more

Embrace BYOD, or risk your staff Just Passing Through

By: Steve Hughes - 28 Feb 2014

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We will look back on 2014 as the tipping point for BYOD (Bring your own device). Both employees and business leaders now see its value, with almost half of companies having a BYOD policy in place, and 36% developing one. BYOD isn’t just about allowing employees to use the latest smart device, productivity is one of [...] Read more

Cloud disaster recovery and back-up in the spotlight at Cloud Expo 2014

By: Gary Moore - 26 Feb 2014

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We’re heading off to ExCel London today for Cloud Expo Europe to catch up with our customers and partners, and to take part in discussions exploring key technology and business advancements driving cloud adoption across Europe.  We’re seeing more and more enterprises take the plunge and move some, or even all, of their infrastructure to the [...] Read more

A warm welcome to our new franchisee

By: Carol Alexander - 25 Feb 2014

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Today we welcome Northdoor into our growing European franchise network. As a UK IT solutions provider for the financial services and insurance industries, Northdoor will be able to offer its SMB customers a broader range of services, including Colt’s award winning, Ethernet, IP VPN, IP Access, and Voice services as well as the Colt Ceano cloud [...] Read more

Transforming end user computing with Workspace as a Service

By: Hugo Harber - 19 Feb 2014

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Typically when I meet with my colleagues and peers in the industry there will be a range of tablets, laptops and smartphones around the table.  It is automatically expected that we can access the information we need immediately and is just another example I see of how accessing business applications and data has changed beyond recognition. [...] Read more

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