Delighted to help with @macmillancancer #coffeemorning today – any excuse for Technical Director and baker extraordinaire Chris Robinson to get his quiche on!
We are very proud to partner with Tridium, who provide the Niagara4 framework. Tridium is a global leader in open platforms and application software frameworks, automation infrastructure and integration solutions. Tridium’s technology and applications have fundamentally changed the way devices
North Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust has adopted new technology – an Aerobic Technologies digester – to cut costs and improve food waste management systems. Sally Yates, logistics and waste manager, said the technology will reduce the cost
We’ve had a lot of reasons to say “YAY” in 2018. So here it is – the very dodgy lyrics of our company song for 2018: The 12 “yays” of Christmas…….
Are you a Tameside based business? If so, do you fancy entering the Pride of Tameside Business Awards? Get involved: #PoTBAwards18
We are pleased to announce that we have reached an agreement with Topcon GB who will be offering our Replicate Retina data backup for opticians to their clients. This is a particularly timely development with GDPR legislation becoming enforceable from
We’ve been keeping critical software systems up and running since 2009. Sugar is made, oil & gas are kept flowing, soup is on the table, railway stations are safe, radio stations stay on air – all thanks to the technology
A big thank you to the guests who joined our Tech Demo Day in Central London yesterday. It was a terrific opportunity to demonstrate everRun software and ftServer hardware fault tolerant solutions and give attendees the opportunity to ‘pull the
Due to popular demand, we are holding our next Technical Demo Event in Central London with Volta Data Centre kindly providing their facilities. So please join us at 24/7 Uptime’s Technical Demo Event “Fault Tolerance in Action”: an informal
Read an interesting article in Mission Critical Power’s June 2016 edition from Ian Bitterlin regarding “The desire for uptime”. Ian points out that “10 milliseconds is the length of time it can take for a loss of voltage to trigger