Trusted by leading brands, we blend the best of people and technology to deliver Colocation and Cloud Infrastructure services.
Our 10 UK datacentres offer secure, high performance connectivity ensuring more than 3,000 customers can rely on us to keep their IT up and running and secure.
We hold a number of accreditations, including ISO27001, PCI DSS and BSI CSA Star for cloud security, and we’re listed on the G-Cloud framework.
We are the only hosted IT company to be awarded the Royal Warrant for technology services to the Royal household.
Looking ahead: the future of cyber security
Cyber security has evolved from being the stuff of Hollywood blockbuster plots, to becoming a national priority.
Global governments are taking the threat seriously, as seen in the UK’s own National Cyber Security Strategy, the establishment of the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC), investment of £1.9 million in transforming the UK’s cyber security, and the introduction of risk management frameworks such as Cyber Essentials that are designed to help businesses mitigate the threat of cyber attacks.
Culture, engagement and cyber security — Insights for the C-level
In today’s business environment there is no getting away from the importance of having the right cyber strategy in place. The cyber threat is ever present and is no longer what happens to other businesses — every organisation, from financial services and charities, to retailers and IT providers, is at risk because every organisation hasClick here
A practical guide to managing digital disruption. How to embrace the increasing rate of technology change
The digital landscape – The inevitability of digital transformation From the video tape in the 1980s, to the DVD in 2000, to streaming services today, technology advancement means our lives get easier and we enjoy more benefits with each leap forward. The pace of technology change in our lifetime is unprecedented. We’ve moved from the landlinesClick here
Data Generation: dealing with the data growth challenge
Data, data everywhere. The amount of data we generate is growing exponentially — it’s a natural side effect of living in a technology-enabled world. Every Google search, email sent and internet of things (IoT) device produces a wealth of information that can be used to generate key insights. By 2025, IDC predicts global data willClick here
Pulsant Enterprise Cloud saves staff at law firm two weeks of time
AFG LAW is a full-service law firm providing expert legal advice to individual and commercial clients. Under forward-thinking new management, AFG LAW required a new IT supplier to help update its IT infrastructure to enable it to achieve its business goals. This included implementing remote working, opening a new office, and boosting security, ll whileClick here
Workplace recovery service rated excellent by Cintra
Cintra is an award-winning provider of HR and payroll services to over 900 happy customers. The company provides a range of solutions, including fully outsourced payroll, in-house or hosted HR and payroll services, and bespoke, hybrid solutions. Established in 1981, the company is head quartered in Gateshead, Tyne & Wear and employs more than 100Click here
Pulsant delivers complete peace of mind to Scottish Building Society
Scottish Building Society is Scotland’s only independent building society. With its headquarters based in Edinburgh, the firm employs 80 staff and operates 6 branches across the country. Scottish Building Society designs and delivers savings and mortgage products to its customers across the region. As a financial institution, security and resilience are key in meeting regulatoryClick here
A Guide to Datacentres: what you need to know
The most basic definition of a datacentre is simply a facility that an enterprise uses to house its IT equipment. There are a lot of complex elements that are involved in providing an enterprise-class datacentre, however. While you could place your network servers in a corner of your own office if you wished, modern businesses require their mission-critical IT systems to be secure and reliable, as well as easily accessible, and for that they look to house their equipment in dedicated datacentres.Read More
What are the benefits of Workplace Recovery?
Disasters always occur when they are least expected. Any number of events outside your control could prevent your staff from reaching your office or accessing their systems when they get there: fire, flood, power outage or network failure, for example. Even in this age of remotely hosted IT, cloud computing, and home working, most businesses still rely on a core team of staff based on site in a regional or national office.Read More
Business Benefits of Colocation
While many start-ups and small businesses operate entirely in the cloud, there are those who still have IT equipment they need to house. Whether it’s a handful of servers in the corner of the office or a large estate of hardware, these systems are often integral. That means the environment in which they’re housed needs to be secure, reliable and managed by experts.Click here