Memset, leading British SME supplier of cloud hosting services scooped the Highly Commended Award for Networking Infrastructure at the Computing Vendor Excellence Awards 2016 last week for their Protocol Break Bridge solution.
Referapatient®, a database application designed and implemented by Bloomsbury Health Ltd was invented to solve the problem of doctors receiving rushed or confused information when given an urgent referral to deal with. To date, it is used in more than 80 NHS hospitals by doctors of all grades.
Memset, leading British SME supplier of cloud hosting services to the UK public sector has today revealed they are putting the finishing touches on their OpenStack for Government hosting solution that will be available through G-Cloud 7.
For Memset, it brings the opportunity to develop and deliver existing and new services into HMRC and wider government departments, through a closer business relationship with Fujitsu's customer. The relationship means Memset will provide infrastructure hosting services to HMRC from its OFFICIAL/IL3 data centre.
Using their own internal intelligent traffic management, Memset operations team is able to communicate effectively to their customer base, and to keep them up to date with outages and scheduled maintenance.
British IT Hosting company, Memset, walked away with two highly commended awards at the UK IT Industry Awards 2014, which took place on Wednesday night in London and was attended by over 1,300 representatives from across the UK computer industry.
The company scooped Highly Commended awards for Small Supplier of the Year and Infrastructure Innovation of the Year for their cloud storage solution, Memstore.
Whilst many IT managers appreciate the value of procuring a fully managed cloud infrastructure service, there is a definite trend to move towards a self-managed offering, which can often provide greater data control, ease of use and deeper control of cloud performance.
iBase Systems, a provider of web-based management, monitoring and reporting software for local authorities, today announced that its Software as a Service (SaaS) delivery model has enabled their performance monitoring systems to be adopted by 30% of local authorities to monitor travel behaviour and promote sustainable travel.
Award-winning IT hosting company, Memset®, have today announced that its cloud sales have topped $2m per year. Cloud operations represent 36% of Memset’s business, with revenues from their Miniserver VM® virtual servers and Memstore TM cloud storage up 49% on Q2 2011. Excitingly the Company's total revenue run rate soared through the £300k/month ($470k/month) milestone in the last quarter, with total bookable revenues up 36% since Q2 last year.
The Aldersgate Group, founded in 2006, is an alliance of leaders from business, politics and society aimed at promoting the move to a sustainable economy. Its broad membership of leading organisations gives it an authoritative voice both in shaping policy and driving action for change.
Award-winning British cloud provider, Memset®, today announced that their Miniserver VM™ (cloud compute) and Memstore™ (cloud storage) services passed penetration tests and IT Health Checks carried out by Encription who are CREST & Tiger certified.
ward-winning British SME, Memset® has scored a hat trick of industry awards in 2011, adding Best Small IT Supplier at the UK IT Industry Awards 2011 to their throng, held at a ceremony in London last week.
The UK IT Industry Awards, presented by the BCS, the Chartered Institute for IT, in association with Computing magazine, represent the benchmark for excellence for the entire IT profession, showcasing best practice and innovation.
Guildford-based Memset has received recognition for its phenomenal achievements once again by being shortlisted for a number of national business awards. A double finalist in the UK IT Industry Awards, Memset’s IaaS cloud solutions have been shortlisted as ‘Infrastructure Innovation of the Year’ and the business overall is in the running for ‘Small IT Supplier of the Year’.
The awards, conceived by the charity UK CEED and sponsored by BT and Unison, are now in their 7th year. The prestigious awards ceremony, held at the Royal Society of Arts in London, showcased the innovative application of Information Communication Technology by 33 finalists across the Award's 9 categories.
The Chamber Awards 2007, now in its fourth year is organised by The British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) and Microsoft and was developed to recognise outstanding business achievement within the UK business community.
MobileLocate, leading UK provider of mobile phone tracking services, has moved the hosting of its web-based business to Memset. The company was attracted to the exceptionally high levels of security offered by Memset. "The tailored solution that Memset is providing us, far exceeds anything else on the market,", says Jon Magnusson, managing director of MobileLocate.