Private Cloud

The alternative to putting your data and applications into a public cloud, along with many other clients, is to step security and service up a notch and go for a segregated solution. It’s like roping-off a section of the bar for your private party. You can have some ownership or control of the service, software and hardware sharing is limited and encryption is king.

 

 

UK cloud adoption outpacing the EU average

News
17 Dec, 2018
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

British organisations represent the sixth greatest European cloud users, with Scandinavian nations leading the pack

NHS patient records to be stored in AWS cloud platform

News
3 Dec, 2018
Connor Jones

The existing software used to store patient records is getting a revamp and relaunch into the cloud

Oracle opts for UK AI expansion due to 'wealth of local talent'

News
15 Nov, 2018
Connor Jones

The company plans to double the size of its workforce with new data scientist roles

Ultrastar DC HC620

Western Digital reveals 'world's first' 15TB SMR hard drive aimed at data centres

News
29 Oct, 2018
Clare Hopping

The high capacity HD increases the amount of storage per rack by 60TB

Illustration of a code cloud raining over a city

Our 5-minute guide to enterprise cloud computing

In-depth
22 Oct, 2018
Esther Kezia Thorpe

What is enterprise cloud computing, how is it used, and what are the business benefits?

Hand with cloud floating above, money in different currencies raining from it

Four ways to keep cloud costs under control

In-depth
17 Sep, 2018
Esther Kezia Thorpe

Individual cloud costs may look manageable, but can quickly spiral out of control. Read our tips to get a grip on cloud spending

Datacentre server room

UKFast launches state-of-the-art data centre to meet surging public sector AI demand

News
14 Sep, 2018
Clare Hopping

The data centre is highly secure to meet the demands of public sector organisations

London Thames

Colt will add six new halls to North London data centre

News
12 Sep, 2018
Clare Hopping

An increase to 10 halls means the multi-tenant colocation facility can serve more customers

Police standing about

Met Police chooses New Signature for cloud implementation

News
3 Sep, 2018
Clare Hopping

New Signature migrated the police service to Microsoft Azure to power its apps and services

UKFast weighs up IPO to fund future acquisitions

News
31 Jul, 2018
Bobby Hellard

Cloud hosting firm wants to be able to buy companies currently 'out of reach'

IT must educate the board about cloud's potential, say Citrix

News
26 Jul, 2018
Bobby Hellard

While boards don't need to understand cloud, they should understand its benefits

Cloud and analytics help IBM exceed expectations

News
20 Jul, 2018
Clare Hopping

The company's strategic imperatives division contributed 50% of the company's overall revenues in the last year

HPE launches hybrid cloud-as-a-service offering

News
20 Jun, 2018
Adam Shepherd

Consumption-based model supports Azure and AWS, but not Google Cloud

CEBIT 2018: Huawei launches hybrid cloud offering on Azure Stack

News
12 Jun, 2018
Keumars Afifi-Sabet

Chinese networking giant wants to be the conductor in the "symphony" of digital transformation

Rackspace releases its own managed Kubernetes service

News
18 May, 2018
Joe Curtis

Currently available only on Rackspace, it's coming to managed versions of AWS, Azure and more

UK Cloud Awards welcomes T-Systems sponsorship

Sponsored
14 May, 2018
Virtual Clouds

EY Foundation comes on board as formal charity partner

We’re going to put machine learning in everything, says VMware CEO

News
1 May, 2018
Adam Shepherd

Pat Gelsinger reveals that AI is coming to vRealise suite

Rackspace delivers VMware private cloud to your data centre

News
26 Apr, 2018
Clare Hopping

Private Cloud Everywhere promises significant cost and time savings to businesses

What to look for in a secure cloud system

In-depth
12 Apr, 2018
Esther Kezia Thorpe

Not all cloud solutions support the same level of security, so what should organisations look out for when choosing a solution?

Microsoft still won’t hand over private email data to the US

News
1 Mar, 2018
Lee Bell

Redmond stands its ground in a court case with the US government that has been going on since 2013