C4L is welcomed to the Green Knowledge Network

The Green Knowledge Network is a sub group of Bournemouth Chamber of Trade and Commerce. This event will give Mike the opportunity to network with like-minded professionals whilst learning about greener choices and how they are cost reducing.

For more information on the events C4L attend, please email Megan.Wellman@C4L.co.uk

C4L attend The Green Breakfast Club

The breakfast is a great chance for Mike to start the working day with an informative business discussion and the opportunity to network with like-minded business professionals. Mike will have the opportunity to listen to John Caithness, Business Tax Director of Princecroft Willis Limited, who will be discussing the advantages of green taxes.

For more information on the events C4L attend, please email Megan.Wellman@C4L.co.uk

The story of Britain's fastest-growing Tech Hub

According to the CfE, the city's seaside-specific working culture is a crucial ingredient in enticing talent, and C4L are proud to be a big part of it.

In early February 2015, at the launch of Tech Nation's report which was attended by both Prime Minister David Cameron and Chancellor George Osborne, the first ever detailed study of Britain's digital industry was revealed.

C4L reach final three for Dorset Business Award 'Company of the Year'

C4L were nominated on the criteria of being a successful, fast growing company based in Dorset, making a significant impact on the community. With a dynamic approach to quality and innovation and an outstanding financial track record, C4L were then shortlisted due to maintaining a strong commitment to its employees' needs and aspirations and contribution to the county's environment.

C4L at IP Expo 2015

The collaborative show at the ExCeL featured a variety of specialist areas including Colocation and Cybersecurity zones and attracted a record-breaking number of visitors and leading technology suppliers.

C4L staff from Sales and Marketing as well as CEO Simon Mewett and Chairman Matt Hawkins represented the C4L stand at this year's IP Expo on October 7th & 8th 2015.

C4L are shortlisted for Colocation/hosting provider of the year SVC award

The Storage Virtualisation and Cloud (SVC) awards reward the products, projects and services as well as honour companies and teams operating in the cloud, virtualisation and storage sectors.

The Colocation/Hosting provider of the year award is judged on key distinguishing features of the solution, the tangible impact on customers, the major differentiators to primary competitors and the quality of the testimonials and case studies to demonstrate its value to customers and partners.

C4L win contract for Hilton Bournemouth connectivity

C4L are providing a 1Gb fibre Leased Line to the Hilton Hotel with an extra wireless back up, direct from their Bournemouth Data centre. With this infrastructure as well as IP Transit direct from C4L, the customers at the Hilton will enjoy internet speeds of up to 100 times as fast as a traditional connection.

Securing data centre networks

By Simon Mewett, CEO, C4L

Data is becoming more and more important to organisations of all sizes, in every sector, as a result the need for storage is increasing by the day. But, as the cost of on-premise storage solutions continue to increase with as you add more capacity, many UK businesses are considering colocation as a cost-effective and reliable alternative. However, some businesses are still reticent, having had their fingers burnt in the past by colocation companies that confuse or cause them concern.

C4L are official WiFi Sponsors for Bournemouth University's and Arts University's BFX Festival 2015

The event is a celebration of visual effects, animation and computer games and will appeal to professionals, students and anyone with an interest in films, VFX and animation. This year's festival will feature presentations by the world's leading studios, including Pixar, Disney, Industrial Light and Magic and DreamWorks Animation. It will also showcase the work produced during the 2015 BFX Competition, which saw eight teams from universities across the UK produce films for two charities; The Anthony Nolan Trust and Dyslexia Action.