Navisite in the News

As a key player in cloud computing and IT industries, Navisite frequently garners press attention when launching new products, beginning new partnerships or for its position as a thought-leader. Recent news articles in which Navisite is featured are included here. 

How to enable the ISV community with cloud computing

May 20, 2016   Source: Cloud Computing News

Access to computing resources has been democratised through access to low cost cloud platforms. Network access is now high-speed, low-cost and almost ubiquitous. Together, this means that cloud provides a perfect platform for the development and scalable delivery of applications. And the ISV community has a significant opportunity to take advantage.

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WINNERS ANNOUNCED IN EUROPEAN IT AND SOFTWARE EXCELLENCE AWARDS

May 14, 2016   Source: ITEuropa

IT Europa, the leading European IT publisher and market intelligence organisation, has announced the winners of the European IT & Software Excellence Awards 2016 - the pan-European awards event for ISVs, Solution Providers and Systems Integrators and their vendor and distributor partners. The finalists were honoured at a celebration dinner at the London Lancaster Hotel.

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Building Hybrid Cloud Solutions

May 11, 2016   Source: Comms Business

Gartner predicts that by 2017 50% of enterprises will be using hybrid cloud. Here engineering firm Costain, working with managed services provider Navisite, has provided a hybrid cloud solution to the Highways Agency.

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SRD Technology UK and Navisite IT solutions enable charity Safeline to help 80% more abuse survivors

Apr 26, 2016   Source: Your Communication News

Today, Navisite Europe Limited announces that it has partnered with managed service provider SRD Technology UK to provide its Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) solution Stratus HDS to sexual abuse and rape prevention charity Safeline. This has transformed the way its staff work by enabling them to work remotely, saved the charity tens of thousands of pounds in operational costs and enabled Safeline to help 80% more survivors without needing to increase budgets.

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