Bamboo wins mobile and fixed line telephony contract with Tracscare

11 August 2017

Tracscare has chosen to consolidate its telecoms services with the Bamboo Technology Group. 

Tracscare is a specialist provider of support for people with mental health needs and learning disabilities, and runs several healthcare facilities, mainly in Wales.

As it has expanded over the last few years, it has acquired a number of companies resulting in more than seven different providers of fixed line and mobile services. 

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Lincolnshire healthcare organisations save over £100,000 annually with secure access upgrade

11 August 2017

The new unified remote access service serves more than 2,000 users at 111 sites spread across the county.

The new unified remote access service serves more than 2,000 users at 111 sites spread across the county.

All of the NHS operating groups in Lincolnshire have moved from an expensive legacy remote access solution to a new platform provided by ANSecurity.

It’s claimed the migration has “dramatically” reduced licencing costs, improved access to more sites across a wider range of devices, and simplified management requirements.

The transformational implementation in late 2016 was delivered by ANSecurity for United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust as a multi-phase project to redesign parts of its core infrastructure to improve the flexibility of its secure remote access and reduce costs. 

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Sudlows wins contract to support London Luton Airport expansion

12 July 2017

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LLA’s transformation aims to increase capacity from 12 million to 18 million passengers per year.

Sudlows has been appointed as the primary network infrastructure provider for London Luton Airport (LLA) as part of a new three-year framework agreement.

The airport is currently investing more than £110 million as part of its transformation plans to increase capacity from 12 million to 18 million passengers by 2020. The project is the biggest single investment in LLA’s history. 

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Jury “still out” on cloud trust and security

07 July 2017

While confidence in the capabilities of public and private cloud has grown, security and reliability remain a concern among many UK-based IT professionals. 

That’s according to a recent survey carried out by Nexsan. Despite some positive feedback, many respondents said they would not trust the cloud with their most critical data, citing security, insufficient data control and cost as their biggerst concerns.

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