We’ve Officially Launched our Frontier FutureTech Seminar Series!

On January 30th, we held the first seminar in our Frontier FutureTech seminar series, at Core Bar in Central London. We recently launched our brand new series of seminars, to showcase emerging technologies coming to market, and to find out how these disruptive technologies are likely to change the tech landscape. With all of this in…

Intel Kernel Memory Leaking Issue Forces Redesign of both Linux and Windows

What is it? A fundamental design flaw in Intel’s processor chips has forced a significant redesign of the Linux and Windows kernel, to defang the chip-level security bug. Programmers have been scrambling to overhaul the open-source Linux kernel’s virtual memory system. Meanwhile, Microsoft is expected to publicly introduce the necessary changes to its Windows operating…

Frontier Data Security & Management Framework

Earlier this month, Frontier released a preview of their 10 stack model for data security and management, ahead of the GDPR. The preview was presented to 30 hand-picked firms, to gauge feedback and to receive some all-important insight from companies across many sectors. The discussion itself was insightful, delving into GDPR at an advanced level,…

Frontier Technology Helps Clients Reduce Costs and Achieve Closest-to-Zero Downtime in Microsoft SQL Server Environments with DH2i DxEnterprise

  Premier Systems Integrator Partners with DH2i to Offer Cutting-Edge Container Management Solutions   LONDON and FORT COLLINS – October 26, 2016 – v This partnership allows Frontier to expand its datacenter solutions with innovative container virtualization and management software from DH2i. DH2i DxEnterprise offers the best in SQL Server container management software and the easiest path…

Top 5 Considerations for Financial Institutions Moving to the Cloud



As cloud technologies continue to advance, financial service institutions are migrating an increasing amount of their data to the cloud. Whether companies are looking to migrate general firm data, or more sensitive customer information, the cloud represents an increasingly attractive opportunity for financial service institutions of all sizes.

The Financial Conduct Authority (FCA) recently published a report for financial service organisations migrating to the cloud, stating that there was “no fundamental reason why cloud services (including public cloud services) cannot be implemented, with appropriate consideration, in a manner that complies with our rules”. This new legislation has led to a surge in financial service providers adopting cloud technologies as part of their infrastructure.

However as with any data migration, moving data to the cloud comes with a number of concerns and important factors to consider, with this article aiming to outline five of the biggest considerations that financial service institutions need to take into account when moving data to the cloud.