Media Coverage

July 15, 2014

Govt spies named ‘villain of the year’ at web awards

Almost fifty organisations were nominated across sixteen categories in the awards 16th year and the evening ended with the Internet Villain Award, given to the one which hindered the industry most in the last year – the NSA and GCHQ. Managed Service Innovation: Memset Memset’s easy implemented range of services and competitive pricing were backed up by some impressive testimonials on how they’ve made the difference.

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July 15, 2014

The Guardian And GCHQ Named Internet Heroes And Villains At 2014 ISPA Awards

The Guardian has been named this year’s Internet Hero for its work in uncovering state-sponsored mass surveillance programmes, at the 2014 Internet Service Provider Association (ISPA) Awards, while the NSA and GCHQ have been awarded the dubious Internet Villain title for their role in creating such programmes. The awards are given to the organisations which have most helped or hindered the Internet industry in the past year, as decided by the ISPA council.

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July 10, 2014

ISPA Name the WINNERS of their 2014 UK ISP Internet Industry Awards

The UK Internet Service Providers Association (ISPA) has tonight announced the winners of its 16th annual 2014 Internet Industry Awards, which saw Hyperoptic’s urban FTTH service pick-up the prize for ‘Best Superfast Broadband’ and PlusNet secure a win as the ‘Best Consumer Fixed Broadband’ provider. But there were many more categories and awards.

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July 10, 2014

ISPA Awards 2014 Winners Announced

Sixteen awards have been handed out at the 16th annual ISPA Awards, after lots of technical testing and reading of all the entries by the judging panel. The awards were handed out at an event in London where the winners got to celebrate and also enjoy the banter of the host for the evenings event.

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June 27, 2014

How to trust your cloud service provider

Moving to a third-party entails a lot of trust; what are the questions you should be asking? There are many benefits to migrating data and business processes to the cloud, and these are quite rightly much heralded; as are the potential risks such as the security and privacy implications of such a move. At the heart of any outsourcing arrangement, and the cloud is no different, there's the small matter of trust. You are putting your assets in the hands of a third-party and losing direct control. So how can you, as a CEO, mitigate that particular risk and ensure your data is in safe hands within the cloud and what comebacks are there should a breach occur?

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June 25, 2014

Pioneering SME Memset Achieves IL3 Accreditation

Leading SME supplier to the G-Cloud project, Memset have today revealed that they have achieved Pan Government Accreditation to Impact Level 3 (PGA IL3). Memset is now one of a select few holding the highest level of accreditation for Cloud hosting services. Completing the IL3 accreditation process, Memset is compliant to process “OFFICIAL information and connected to the PSN Encrypted Overlay”, to use the new Government Security Classification terminology.

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June 25, 2014

SMBs speak out over 'shambolic' goverment IT claims

SMB IT suppliers have highlighted the benefits they bring to the government after concerns were raised earlier this week about their ability to deliver high-profile government projects.

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June 18, 2014

Lush cleans up on data with QlikView

Lush has QlikView Enterprise Server hosted by Memset. The in-house development team that owns the application comprises Silverthorn and three others.

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June 6, 2014

Securing Asset-Based Finance

Award-winning IT entrepreneur, Kate Craig-Wood is founder of hosting company, Memset. Memset has been benefiting from the soaring demand for cloud computing, which allows users to run programs and store information remotely, enlimiating the cost of operating the equipment themselves.

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June 6, 2014

Memset announces new public sector contracts

Devon County Council is using cloud hosting provider Memset to provide the infrastructure for the council's new website, the company has announced. The contract means Devon joins recently secured accounts with Ryedale District Council and Sheffield City Council for the "infrastructure as a service" (Iaas) supplier's open source hosting platform, it says. Memset has been providing UK-based managed hosting and dedicated servers for more than 10 years. A G-Cloud Foundation Delivery Partner, the company's core hosting services are security accredited to impact level 2 (IL2) and its data centres are UK based, it says. Central government clients and partners include the Government Digital Service, Cabinet Office and Home Office.

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