On the 2nd February 2016, a member of the C4L team will be speaking about the benefits of connecting, protecting and storing your business data and networking with other new and existing DCCI members who have come to connect with other local business communities.
Find out what we’re thinking and what’s making headlines by scrolling through the posts below.
C4L customers and partners along with our CEO and Account Manager Darren Mountifield will be enjoying a three course meal and hospitality treatment within The C4L Main Stand, for the first home game of the New Year at the Vitality Stadium.
If you would like to attend our hospitality, please enquire to firstname.lastname@example.org
By Mark Saunders, Head of Sales, C4L
The solution allows customers of Volta to be able to take advantage of Amazon Web Services directly from their IT infrastructure by using C4L's private fibre network between Volta and AWS.
The agreement to connect LONDON2 to the coreTX network follows many years in partnership at the successful Enfield location, and an exclusive arrangement allowing full suite connectivity, 10Gb circuits and a large footprint of colocation racks within the facility.
Drawing on research by Gartner, Pete discusses how traditional buying cycles and sales models are fading in favour of a far more collaborative approach.
1: Innovate UK Grants
C4L is extremely proud to be involved with this event by providing the high performance connectivity required to enable seamless production and live social media interaction. Organised by Dorset Chamber of Commerce and Industry (DCCI) and hosted by broadcaster and journalist Jonty Bloom, the evening promises both excitement and glamour to celebrate professional excellence in Dorset.
Footfall in the village has defied trends nationally and in other parts of Bournemouth with an increase of 1.4% year-on year. The bustling area has featured on ITV1's Good Morning Britain due to its 'Random Acts of Kindness' event earlier in the year and has created a traders association incorporated as a community interest company, called the Westbourne Business Association.
In 2014, there were 11.4m fraudulent transaction attempts recorded online during the peak Christmas shopping period. Despite usually being a quieter period, in the past 90 days 45m attacks have been recorded, a 25% increase on the same period last year, including fraudulent account logins or creations and nearly 10m payment attempts.
As the sporting hub of our digital town, C4L are certainly looking forward to this one!
As proud Platinum sponsors of the chamber C4L like to meet other members and network with local like-minded professionals.