Next year, Microsoft will release new versions of their infrastructure management solution System Center and their virtualisation solution Hyper-V.
Security, access and cost are the main concerns when deciding where to host your disaster recovery strategy.
Organisations feel that 2012 poses major threats
Budget constraints are seen as the biggest issue facing IT professionals, followed by lack of in-house resources and efficiency, according to survey by Vision Solutions and Frontier Technology
The Private cloud is singled out as preferred approach for those organisations looking at cloud computing
Frontier supports Teletext’s changing business model with an enterprise back-up solution
After hosting a number of ‘Olympics Contingency Planning Seminars’ alongside The City of London Corporation’s contingency planning team, we are pleased to announce that we are offering Frontier Olympics Service, our three month cloud computing package to ensure that you are safeguarded during the event.
The Frontier Team is running for UNICEF in the Royal Parks Half Marathon in London
Congratulations to the winners!
Are you in the know about VMWare’s new vSphere 5 pricing model? It may change the way that you budget your IT
As Frontier continues to grow rapidly as an organisation, we have appointed two new senior members in our business development team.
Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies, one of the world’s leading manufacturing organisations for the biopharmaceutical industry uses Frontier Continuity Service to fulfil their stringent business continuity and compliance requirements.
To investigate how UK companies are using server virtualisation, Search Search Storage UK talked with our client, London-based Hampden Group who are using Frontier Continuity Service for their disaster recovery services.
Competition winners from the 3rd Annual Cloud Computing Forum announced!
Frontier Technology, The City of London Corporation, Vision Solutions and Microsoft have come together to educate UK Businesses about The Olympics 2012 and how to safeguard their firms during the event.
Frontier Technology has worked exclusively with E-Government Bulletin to identify the biggest public sector IT challenges for 2011.
Frontier Technology conducted a survey in December 2010 which was sent to just over 22,000 IT, Business Continuity and Senior Managers in the UK. These contacts represent over 11,700 UK organisations of mixed size and industry. The aim of the questionnaire was to discover firms’ biggest IT challenges in 2010 and 2011 and their future IT plans.