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.
Infinity Capital Markets turned to Frontier Technology to provide them with an IT infrastructure to enhance their working potential.
Due to an influx of affordable and reliable solutions on market and with finances being tight, vitualisation is a brilliant way to improve your firm’s disaster recovery systems.
Frontier Technology, Microsoft and Double-Take Software recently held a seminar focused on business continuity and virtualisation. The meeting highlighted the benefits of enabling business continuity through virtualisation and making disaster recovery more affordable for firms of all sizes.
Frontier Technology was recently enlisted to find and deliver a fast and flexible solution to manage Imagem’s server infrastructure, support its organisational growth and reduce the workload of the firm’s overstretched staff. After a detailed analysis Frontier installed Microsoft Hyper-V and System Centre. Through virtualising all of their physical servers, Imagem has become more environmentally friendly and has significantly improved its efficiency, saving considerable amounts of money.
With a massive influx of tourists, threats to security, potential terrorist attacks and road closures, the London Olympic Games will have a huge effect on the UK. Frontier Technology, The City of London Corporation and Citrix have recently hosted a seminar to update businesses on the potential impacts of Games, so they can plan ahead for every eventuality.
After the highly successful Olympic Games 2012: Contingency Planning roundtable meeting in May, there has been an overwhelming response to schedule another seminar. The City of London, Frontier Technology and Citrix have organised the next meeting on the 2nd September 2010. Here we will provide firms with updated information about the disruption associated with the Games and will advise on how to reduce revenue loss.
Frontier Technology, Microsoft and Double-Take recently held a seminar focused on business continuity and virtualisation. Delegates agreed that there is excellent technology available to support disaster recovery, their biggest challenge is communication throughout the business, funding and senior management buy-in.
Communication and business buy-in are the biggest challenges for business continuity in 2010.
Channel Islands based law firm Ozannes has engaged Frontier Technology to improve its IT system performance to ensure that they work more productively.
Altius, one of the largest independent law firms in Belgium, has turned to Enterprise Vault from Frontier Technology to archive email, reduce storage and achieve corporate governance.
With the London 2012 Olympic Games approaching, a group of City businesses have come together to discuss the impact the event will have on their firms. Frontier Technology, The City of London Corporation and Citrix are on hand to provide practical solutions for their business concerns.
Business continuity and remote working can help to minimise revenue loss during the Olympics disruption, according to experts at Citrix and Frontier Technology.
Frontier Technology’s hosted business continuity solution Frontier Continuity Service has been shortlisted as one of the Most Innovative Solutions of the Year by the Business Continuity Awards 2010.