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.
Google estimate that software development will be worth an estimated £30 billion to the UK economy by 2025. Cloud computing has been a key accelerator for this sector and has removed barriers for entry enabling low cost experimentation and deliveer; and in turn changing the software business model.original story
Navisite's David Penny, recently appointed Regional Channel Director, is facing a channel challenge as VARs switch to the MSP model, consolidation of existing managed services providers continues, and new channels emerge using an agency model. “We have a range of tools to help channels of all types demonstrate the benefits of SaaS,” he tells IT Europa.original story
Finalists have been announced for the four categories of the NetEvents’ Cloud Innovation Awards 2016: Cloud/Datacentre Solution, Cloud Security Solution, SDN Solution for the Enterprise and Cloud Services for the Enterprise.
According to a 2015 study by Navisite, 50 per cent of financial services businesses in the UK were found to have migrated between one-quarter to half of their IT infrastructure to the cloud.
The company is both an end user and supplier of MTDC space, and in Europe has been working through issues of data sovereignty and compliance while reaching out to a growing SME market.original story
Highways England Electronic Service Delivery for Abnormal Loads (ESDAL) will be supported by Navisite’s hybrid cloud service
Construction and civil engineering group Costain gets mix of pure cloud and bare metal hosted at Navisite datacentres as it tools up to provide key highways infrastructure systemsoriginal story
In the run-up to Christmas, major retailers have announced their sales figures for a seasonal peak sales period covering both Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Looking at these figures, one thing becomes abundantly clear: online retail is growing at an exponential rate.original story
This year has seen several interesting developments in the global IT industry, particularly within the cloud sector. As CTO of Navisite I’ve seen many of the trends we predicted last year being realised, such as the normalisation of 'anytime, anywhere working' and cloud becoming a mainstream business technology.original story