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High Speed Broadband

When it comes to internet connectivity, speed and reliability are essential. Read about the benefits of high speed broadband, get to grips with some of the jargon and find out how to get started.


High Speed Broadband – Overview
 

Broadband has become a standard requirement for business. High Speed Broadband adds extra dimensions to that, not just in terms of speed but also in terms of what can be done using the connection and reliability of the service.

High Speed Broadband enables more to be done over the internet making use of better line speeds and capacity. However, it is not the technology that is important here, but what you do with it. High Speed Broadband can make the current processes of a business work better and it can enable a business to do more and better things, extending its reach and potential.

What does the technology do?
 

High Speed Broadband makes use of fibre optic cables to deliver higher speeds, greater capacity and higher reliability across the Broadband network. Currently there are two ways of delivering this technology to a business (or home) user:

FTTC – (Fibre to the Cabinet) delivers fibre optic lines to a cabinet in the street or local area from where the final delivery is made using the existing (copper) telephone lines. This combination of fibre optic and copper can deliver speeds of up to 80Mbps for downloads (against average speeds of 5 – 6 Mbps for standard ADSL Broadband)

FTTP – (Fibre to the Premises) delivers fibre optic lines directly into the home or business user’s premises making it even faster. This can deliver download speeds of up to 160Mbps at present. Even faster speeds of up to 330Mbps may be available in the future

The exact speed you get depends on a number of additional factors like the length of your line from the telephone exchange or green roadside cabinet, the line quality and the equipment and internal wiring within your premises. It may also be affected by the package you purchase and the number of other users sharing the line (known as the contention ratio).

Business benefits of High Speed Broadband
 

Superfast broadband makes home life more fun, connected and productive. It opens up a vast world of learning and entertainment; provides better, cheaper and easier ways to keep in touch with friends and family across the world; and creates opportunities to work and learn successfully from home, revolutionising our lives.

Watch, listen and read

Lightning quick connection speeds means downloading films, music and ebooks can be done in a flash, letting you enjoy your favourites, whenever and wherever you like.

Get the whole family online together

Superfast broadband means the entire family can use multiple devices at the same time with no interruptions. The consistent and reliable service allows the whole family to use the internet at once; playing games, watching on demand TV, using social media, and doing homework, without any drop in the connection.

Keeping in touch

The faster connection means you can chat and see family, friends and work colleagues wherever they are using high definition video and voice calls.

Keep those precious moments safe

Superfast allows you to use online data storage (such as cloud computing) to back-up and save photos, videos and other precious memories.

Maintain older people’s independence

Superfast makes it easier for elderly and disabled people to maintain their independence and continue to live at home by taking advantage of new telecare and telehealth services that use the internet to alert health workers if they need help.

Learn something new

Learning has never been easier to access or more inspiring, with video, audio and interactive online courses. Superfast broadband allows you to access great resources to revise for exams, take up a new hobby or train for a new career.

Work from home

Superfast access to cloud computing, video conferencing and your employer’s network means that working from home has never been easier, allowing you to cut your commute and balance your work and home life more successfully. Superfast broadband makes it easier to set up a business too, opening access to low-cost business software and the quick upload and download of large files and images.

Business benefits

Superfast broadband can help transform existing businesses and enable new start-ups to get established. Reliable and consistent connectivity can boost productivity, even at the busiest times, regardless of the number of users online, and make it possible to build new business contacts around the world, reduce travel, and save money.

Communicating with customers

Superfast broadband can revolutionise how you communicate with customers and colleagues – improving customer service and cutting bills by speaking face to face with clients using video conference platforms for ‘virtual’ meetings in real-time.

Super charge your social media

Social media is here to stay and superfast means you can make the most of its instant, far reaching and cost-effective brand awareness and marketing opportunities.

Improve the look and feel of your website

Superfast broadband allows you to improve the look and functionality of your website. It is quick and easy to load high quality pictures and video and boost sales by giving your customers a richer experience.

Take advantage of affordable and cutting edge software

Superfast broadband gives you access to a raft of affordable leading-edge software and applications that can help you work more efficiently, connect with customers and colleagues around the world and allow you to be flexible about when and where you work.

Save time and money with ‘the cloud’

Cloud computing offers you greater flexibility about when and where you access the internet and can save you time and money. With the cloud software and data is hosted remotely at a data centre, not on your computer, so you can access it anywhere and from any device, as long as it’s connected to the internet.

Collaborate with others

Superfast broadband also makes it easy to share ideas and information with your colleagues or clients and collaborate on projects in a completely paperless way by making use of a cloud based secure work space.

Work flexibly from home

Superfast broadband can give you access to your business network from pretty much anywhere, so you can work from home or other locations and save time to enjoy your life in and out of work.

Data, data, data

These days we all need to handle more and more data and that takes bandwidth. Superfast broadband allows you to quickly send and receive super large video and graphic files as well as back-up your data remotely to keep documents safe and secure.

Your business could be eligible for a broadband connection voucher worth up to £3,000 to get superfast broadband.

Getting the most out of High Speed Broadband
 

Be prepared - Even before installing High Speed Broadband, you can be planning for your use of it.

It’s not only about the technology - The real difference is in what is enabled to happen in your business.

You have to do something to enable High Speed Broadband - Your existing Broadband service will continue unchanged. You will need to upgrade to a High Speed Broadband package.

Choose well - Compare the services being offered by the many service providers who can connect you to High Speed Broadband. Use the High Speed Cornwall and Connecting Devon and Somerset to create a list of potential suppliers.

Research the cloud - Discover services that can upgrade your capability or save you money across your new, reliable connection.

Check out your existing computer installation - Whilst your equipment may connect to High Speed Broadband, it could need upgrading to make best use of the additional data flow. Once line speeds cease to be a limiting factor, processing speeds may become a limiter.

Consider moving telephones on to VOIP - Voice Over IP systems use your High Speed Broadband connection and may operate more effectively, cost less and add in function.

Have a flexible working policy - Flexible working can improve productivity in some business types, increase your potential for diversity and make more space in your offices for expansion. Ensure that all workers understand the terms on which flexible working is permitted and monitor productivity to ensure benefits are really being achieved.

Monitor benefits - Measure your productivity before installation to ensure that you can measure and understand the effects of the new connectivity.

Continue to monitor the market - As your needs change and the technology continues to improve, ensure you know whether you need to change suppliers or technology and do so in a managed process.

Getting Started
 

High Speed Broadband is being quickly rolled out across Britain. The process will be progressive, so the first step is to check the appropriate website

BT Openreach is creating the infrastructure for High Speed Broadband. This can then be offered through a network of providers and resellers in your area. You will need to find a provider and sign up for the best package for you.

Not all providers offer the same service, so check out their offerings and associated costs and choose the one that best meets your profile of usage. In both of the above areas, there are support services available to support and guide you in making the most of this opportunity.

Upgrading your Broadband Speed should be a simple process. An engineer will call and install a new modem at your premises and you will receive a new router from your internet service provider. All your other telephone and computer equipment remains the same.

In order to gain the maximum benefit from High Speed Broadband, you should consider revisiting your ICT (Information and Communications Technology) plan with the intention of adding into it any areas of improvement that can be achieved with this enhanced capability:

Create a High Speed Business Plan

Consider how and where you can benefit

Evaluate any opportunities that arise and plan changes to your processes

Find professional business support to assist

Begin searching for and implementing solutions

Monitor benefits

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Yorkshire tech partnership generates £1.6m revenue

Monday 25 September 2017

A partnership between Vapour Cloud and the pure technology group (PTG) has yielded over £1.6m in less than 12 months. Recognising the complementary expertise within the two businesses, the channel specialists began working together in October 2016. Fast forward just under one year and the enhanced service offering has been well-received by PTG’s ever-expanding customer base. The 90-strong Leeds-based team supplies managed cloud services to SME and mid-market organisations throughout the country, in addition to IT infrastructures to FTSE 250 organisations. But keen not to dilute its in-house skill-set, PTG sought a connectivity and communications partner to strengthen the tech solutions delivered to customers. With network, data security and voice communication capabilities within its own cloud portfolio, Elland-based Vapour was a logical choice. Now, any project with a wide-area-network or hosted voice requirement is tackled by the two teams in tandem, with pillow and duvet manufacturer John Cotton one of the first dual customers to come on board. And with £1.6m of contracted revenue already recorded, the future looks bright for the two businesses. “Technological innovation is happening incredibly quickly in this industry,” comments PTG’s sales director Gary Saunders. “It therefore takes more than just intuitive products to stand out. “What a customer really wants is a robust partner that can wrap up all of their requirements into one commercially-sound package. They need peace of mind that they’re dealing with experts in their field so that, should ‘disaster’ strike, they have everything in place to minimise operational disruption and continue with business as usual. They’re looking for speed, security and strong communication. That’s why I think PTG’s relationship with Vapour has worked so well. We’re on the same page in terms of what matters to customers and it all stems from our people.” Whilst the past 10 months have largely centred on dealing with reactive enquiries, the focus now is to proactively highlight the solutions that can benefit new and existing customers alike. “We have only just scratched the surface with Vapour’s Tunnl™ product, for example, and know that the provision of Disaster Recovery solutions could substantially increase our turnover in the next few years,” continued Gary. “And that’s before we think about the new Web RTC-powered commercial voice product Höllr™. “The channel is incredibly crowded at the moment, but collaborating with a firm like Vapour means we can offer more comprehensive, best-in-class support to customers, from one dedicated team.”
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Tech event set to support ABF The Soldiers’ Charity

Tuesday 05 September 2017

ABF The Soldiers’ Charity has been chosen as the nominated beneficiary of funds raised during the upcoming Innovation & Disruption event. The inaugural four-hour tech showcase will take place at Aspire, Leeds, on Thursday 19 October, offering business and IT professionals the opportunity to experience the newest innovations that are set to transform the sector. But the industry-first event will also encourage its 300 delegates to dig deep in support of ABF – a not-for-profit organisation that provides lifetime support to Army soldiers, veterans and their immediate families. A silent auction and raffle will be just some of the fundraising activities on the agenda that evening. And every penny raised at the event will go to the cause very close to founder Tim Mercer’s heart. Elaborating on his reasons for choosing this charity, Tim, also CEO of Vapour Cloud, said: “Having served in the Forces myself I know personally how impactful periods of conflict can be on soldiers’ lives. But ABF has been providing physical, emotional and financial support to these individuals and their families since 1944. “In 2016-17 their oldest beneficiary was 105 and the youngest only nine months. They spent a staggering £9.2m in that one year alone and, in total, they’ve helped 75,000 people in 59 countries worldwide. I look forward to seeing what difference we can make, at our event.” The selection of ABF is perhaps doubly relevant given the keynote speaker at the Innovation & Disruption event is former Special Forces hero Ant Middleton, now a familiar face on Channel 4’s SAS Who Dares Wins. His leadership talk has proven a huge pull, with 70% of tickets already gone. Sponsored by Vapour Cloud, Pure Technology Group, Alphadigital, Seneca Capital, Freeths Solicitors, Spearhead Interactive VR, Data Shepherd and Ward Hadaway Solicitors, the Innovation & Disruption event will take place from 16:00-20:00 on Thursday 19 October. It is free to attend – and food and drink will be provided throughout ¬– but pre-registration via Eventbrite is essential.
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Netpoint now servicing SME's with Corporate level Voice & Data Solutions

Friday 18 August 2017

We are pleased to announce the launch of our Voice & Data solutions. Netpoint Solutions can now offer a full range of telecoms and data products. We offer a full range of competitive VOIP, SIP, ISDN and traditional products. In addition, we offer data connections from broadband, 4G to leased lines. Whatever your data requirements we have a solution to fit your budget. Finally, we also have a full range of mobile voice and data packages from the leading providers such as Vodafone, O2 and EE. With the convergence of IT and Telecoms services, telecoms are becoming an integral part of the IT infrastructure within your company and these products complement our IT services so we can now offer a complete range of solutions. Please feel free to contact us to discuss how we can save you money on your telecoms requirements Telephone 01484 506966 for further details.
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Equilibrium Risk partners with Huddersfield University to deliver cyber security solution for SME’s

Thursday 17 August 2017

Equilibrium Risk have joined Dr Simon Parkinson and two placement students: James Bray and Daiyaan Shreef in an aim to develop a bespoke cyber security solution, tailored specifically for SME’s. The project will run over the course of the student’s 12-month placement, and conclude with a tangible, physical product which will be the answer to cyber security threats. The partnership comes in the wake of recent numerous cyber-attacks, as well as an attempt to answer the needs of numerous SME’s who will be obliged to comply with the upcoming GDPR regulation. It will also help those SME’s which aim to comply with ISO 2007, PSSID and Cyber Essentials certificates. Dr Simon Parkinson, Lecturer in Informatics within the school of Computing and Engineering at the University of Huddersfield commented: “Many security monitoring organisations are developing one-time solutions that examine vulnerabilities based on a snapshot of a system, but vulnerabilities are arising so quickly that a security audit is out-of-date within hours.” “Equilibrium Risk are developing innovative software solutions capable of providing continuous monitoring, which have huge potential to address the shortage of cyber-security expertise and knowledge within SMEs. This is particularly important with the upcoming General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), an increasing public awareness of data privacy, as well as the need for cyber-essentials compliance in B2B activity.” Jason Donaldson, Equilibrium Risk’s MD added: “We are extremely excited to be embarking on such an interesting project. We deeply believe that it’s outcomes will provide real value to SME’s, which will allow them to be compliant with the regulation and feel safe knowing their business are fully protected from cyber threats.” “This project gives Huddersfield University students a chance to employ their knowledge in a practical environment, giving them experience and employing them with tools useful for their further development. We are hoping to prolong this relationship and contribute to Huddersfield being one of the best places to live, work and study.”
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Leeds chosen as host for inaugural Northern tech event

Monday 07 August 2017

Hundreds of business tech enthusiasts are expected to descend on Leeds in October, when the city hosts the country’s first Innovation & Disruption event. The four-hour showcase will shine the spotlight on some of the most cutting edge innovations set to rock the technology sector over the next 12 months. And the premier venue Aspire has been chosen to accommodate the inaugural gathering. Innovation & Disruption is the brainchild of Tim Mercer, CEO of Yorkshire-headquartered cloud tech firm Vapour and someone with almost 20 years’ industry experience under his belt. Whilst Tim himself is set to take to the stage for the 19 October event, all eyes will in fact be on special guest and lead speaker for the day Ant Middleton. The former Special Forces hero is now a familiar face on British television, most notably as Chief Instructor on Channel 4’s SAS Who Dares Wins. He will therefore offer delegates an uplifting insight into his own career, not to mention the toughest military selection process in the world. Commenting on the reasons Ant was invited to speak, Tim explained: “This is a man with real gravitas and an unrivalled insight into the importance of leadership, specifically during incredibly hostile circumstances. He knows about the gruelling physical and psychological pressures that the human body can be placed under, so what better person to inspire some of the commercial environment’s most aspirational business and tech professionals?” Aside from Tim’s keynote speech, IT directors and decision makers will also have the chance to try out a number of industry-firsts when it comes to voice and video communications, virtual reality and cloud security. More speakers are due to be unveiled as the event draws closer. High profile sponsors are already on board in support of the event, including IT solutions providers Pure Technology and Alphadigital, investment banking enterprise Seneca Capital, and national law firm Freeths Solicitors. Elaborating on the interest so far, Tim continued: “Our quarterly tech events at Leeds’ White Cloth Gallery are always a sell-out. Doing something bigger and better was therefore the next logical step, but we have been careful to develop a format that doesn’t yet exist in the UK. “The focus is to showcase both emerging and proven technologies, under one roof, in what we believe is the most stand-out example of innovation and disruption for British businesses.” The event is free to attend and pre-registration via Eventbrite is essential. Running from 16:00-20:00 on Thursday 19 October, food and drink will be provided throughout.
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Vapour invests £0.25m in development of new cloud security product

Tuesday 01 August 2017

Yorkshire-based technology specialist Vapour has invested more than a quarter of a million pounds in the development of a new, secure cloud platform – Dfendr. Likely to prove particularly popular with IT, telecoms and channel partners – as well as end users – the robust network has been created to provide a resilient infrastructure for organisations’ data. Virtual servers with 99.99% uptime now promise users greater processing power, without the usual price tag. Hosted solely in Vapour’s UK data centres, the Dfendr cloud platform will allow businesses to manage their data safely, wherever they may be. Security controls will also regulate user access, and, in the event of an accidental deletion or cyber-attack, backed-up information will be recovered within one hour. Commenting on the extensive investment in this new release, Vapour’s CEO and joint-founder Tim Mercer said: “The imminent advent of GDPR plus the mounting wave of ransomware incidents have sparked a far more detailed debate surrounding data security. Now technology firms and end customers alike are scrutinising the risks associated with their storage and retention strategies. “However, mindful of the increased adoption of cloud solutions, we actually set to work on Dfendr long before GDPR hit the headlines. And, following extensive beta testing with one of our largest clients, we’re now ready to take the new secure network environment to market.” Tim believes some of the biggest market potential for Dfendr exists within the technology space. “Because everything is connected to our own private network, channel partners can now confidently deliver secure data storage and back-up services to their own customers. This presents an added revenue stream for their business, without the compliance headache and without them having to invest in creating their own platform,” he elaborated. “It’s all about mitigating risk and maximising margins.” The launch of Dfendr comes following Vapour’s merger with EveryCloud 12 months ago. EveryCloud’s Manchester team is now fully integrated into Vapour’s 4,500sqft West Yorkshire headquarters, where the 31-strong firm now supplies network connectivity, hosted servers, varied voice and data communications solutions, as well as storage, back-up and replication services. Vapour also secured £1m of investment from Seneca Partners in June 2017. At the time of the announcement, it was pledged that this capital would be used to fuel both technological development and technical hires within the company.
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Four senior appointments for expanding cloud tech firm

Wednesday 26 July 2017

Yorkshire-based Vapour Cloud has strengthened its growing team with the appointment of four senior figures within the business. Laura Nevin has joined the company as account director. Having spent the last five years of her career with business internet provider Metronet, she will now be responsible for the development of Vapour’s network, voice and cloud technology sales. Fellow account director Pam Napier will head up the expansion of Vapour’s cloud division – an area of the business continually attracting larger and more complex enquiries from customers throughout the UK. She was previously a partner manager at Oriium, therefore has vast knowledge of cloud solutions. Conor Marken is also on board as sales manager for Vapour’s data security, storage and back-up solutions, which are proving as popular among end users as they are the reseller channel. And Emma Ashcroft joins the company as marketing manager, following 20 years’ communications experience. She will be responsible for projecting the Vapour brand to key target markets, to support the firm’s plans to reach £12m turnover by 2020. The hires follow news last month that Vapour had attracted a further £1m of investment from Seneca Partners. When the additional capital was announced, CEO Tim Mercer pledged to boost the team’s headcount by 20%, and it appears he’s already making progress. “We have worked hard to find senior specialists within their respective areas,” he comments. “Such key appointments are crucial for us at a pivotal time in our growth. We’re continually being approached about larger contracts, with more complex requirements, so we therefore need even more experienced sales people as we accelerate our way up the ‘food chain’. This is great news for our smaller prospects too, who will receive the same insightful advice and support as the bigger blue-chip brands and reseller giants. “But this isn’t it for our recruitment drive. We’ll see further appointments across our sales, marketing, implementation and support functions, as 2017 unfolds. Great talent isn’t easy to find so we’re always on the lookout, often in advance of when we actually need new people within the team.” Based in Elland, West Yorkshire, Vapour provides an array of secure cloud-based services including network connectivity, hosted servers, varied voice and data communications solutions, as well as storage, back-up and replication services. The company has recently unveiled a new-look brand, to coincide with its fourth year in business.
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Training fuels growth for Huddersfield digital marketing agency

Wednesday 19 July 2017

Huddersfield-based digital marketing agency Splitpixel has its eyes on further growth following the start of a new staff training programme. The firm's digital marketing manager, Michelle Millar, has just completed the HubSpot Agency Partner Certificate, which will help elevate the team's profile in the lucrative marketing automation space. A long-standing advocate of the marketing technology, Splitpixel has managed clients' HubSpot accounts since 2015. The platform is used to power thousands of seemingly-humanised – yet automated – conversations with the right people at the right time, often generating better returns from an organisation's marketing spend. But with almost half of Splitpixel's 11-strong team employed to deliver marketing services – plus a further appointment on the horizon – there seemed no better time to further invest in this growing area of the business. Splitpixel's co-founder and director, Greg Smuk, said: "Clients are increasingly demanding more integrations, more intuitive personalisation, and a user experience that drives more conversions. Agencies need all kinds of technical and creative skills to achieve these goals, so we want to continually develop our people to make sure we're delivering the best possible service. "HubSpot Agency Partner Certification is independent recognition that we provide best-in-class support when it comes to marketing automation, which is really important for inspiring confidence among organisations that are new to this type of marketing tech." Two members of the team have also recently passed their Google AdWords training, which has seen Splitpixel become a Google Partner Agency. "We're projecting revenue growth of 20% by the end of this financial year," said co-founder Charlie Herke. "It's only right that we plough as much of that as we can into the professional growth of our team. We're set to boost our headcount too, and we're currently on the hunt for a copywriter and digital project manager to join the team." Last month, Splitpixel announced its relocation to new 1,400 sq. ft. offices in Heritage Mills, Lindley, to help pave the way for this expansion.
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New technology investment for heritage display specialists Leach

Thursday 22 June 2017

Creative display specialist Leach Inspire has procured new print technology to further improve the longevity of its signage products. The investment will support ongoing innovations within the heritage side of the business. Set to be used primarily on Leach’s external signage system – Vault – the new print system produces an even stronger bond between the ink and substrate. The result is greater print adhesion to the base layer and heightened performance of the overall sign. The technology has already been put to good use, having helped to produce 40 interpretative Vault systems for Culzean Castle in Scotland. Commenting on the developments, Director Jim Parkin said: “Vault is a well-established signage product renowned for its durability and stunning photographic quality which has helped to transform the external tourism and heritage landscape. But we’re not a company that rests on our laurels. We believe in pushing new boundaries for clients so have invested in the print technology that will result in even more vandal-proof systems that can last 10 years with ease.” Moving forward the printer will be used on other elements of Leach Inspire projects, such as fabrics for internal museum displays. The technological investment comes hot on the heels of wider R&D announcements throughout the business. Mike Wilshaw has joined the Leach team as head of innovation for example, and elsewhere, in Leach Impact, there have been a series of new product launches including the Vision Product Wall. But with an annual R&D budget of £250,000, there could be lots more in store for 2017. “Clients are constantly demanding more for their investments, especially in the heritage sector,” adds Mike. “But rightly so. Technology is getting ever-smarter, which means we can engineer creative solutions that weren’t previously possible. It’s this innovative mindset which keeps Leach one step ahead of competitors and the public engaged with our clients’ spaces.” Leach Inspire is one of three brands within the Leach group of companies. Leach Inspire and Leach Studio serve the museum, heritage and visitor attraction sectors, whilst Leach Impact has become renowned for its retail, brand and exhibition display solutions.
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Million pound investment for Yorkshire cloud tech specialist

Tuesday 20 June 2017

Yorkshire-based Vapour Cloud has received a £1m injection, to support its national expansion. The investment from Seneca Partners will see the tech firm plough further capital into the continued innovation of its bespoke cloud solutions. The money will also help boost the team’s headcount by 20%, with new roles across the sales, marketing, implementation and support functions. The news comes as Vapour celebrates its fourth year in business. Established in 2013 by CEO Tim Mercer, Financial Director Jason Sharp and Cloud Director Steve Dempsey, the company has now attracted £4m investment in total, including a £750,000 sum from Seneca back in 2016. The 31-strong team now has its sights set on £6m turnover by the end of 2018, with the goal being to double that revenue by 2020. Having already relocated to its new 4,500sqft headquarters in Elland, bringing together its Leeds and Manchester teams, Vapour has established a secure integrated network operation to support its base of channel partners and end customers. But Tim now has his eyes set firmly on the future. “The past four years have seen us cement our presence as a true cloud technology specialist,” he said. “Rather than diversifying like many tech companies do, and risk fragmenting our offering, we’ve remained focused on three things – secure network connectivity, voice communications and storage. “Thanks to our own secure platform and evolving solutions which bring voice and data together, we’re now the trusted cloud tech partner for organisations ranging from local SMEs through to the UK’s leading resellers and their blue-chip brands. Our projects are becoming increasingly bespoke, but it’s because people are realising the sky’s the limits when it comes to advanced cloud solutions.” Commenting on the decision to invest, Richard Manley, Managing Partner at Seneca said: “We’ve seen Vapour’s transition from a budding start-up venture to a key player in the attractive cloud space. The capabilities of their platform are superb, which enables them to deliver future-proofed and secure solutions to businesses throughout the UK. “Their true specialism in this field sees them achieve enviable results for clients. This is therefore a very exciting time for them, in which we hope the investment will fuel the next chapter of their nationwide expansion.” Vapour Cloud is based at Lowfields Business Park, minutes from the M62. The tech firm provides an array of secure cloud-based services including network connectivity, hosted servers, varied voice and data communications solutions, as well as storage, back up and replication services.
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