With the IT landscape in constant evolution, Redcentric is built around today's modern IT challenges offering application, collaboration, infrastructure, network, mobile and IT security services.
Redcentric's managed services are designed to give back to IT departments the time and capacity to focus on front-end business improvement projects, while we look after the routine IT aspects.
Shared vs Dedicated IaaS; What are the differences?
13th April 2016
Many customers ask about the difference between Infrastructure-as-a-Service on a shared solution to that on a dedicated infrastructure. In this article we look at the two models, how resources are assigned and the security implications.read the article
Oracle on Customer launch opens up true hybrid Cloud
5th April 2016 by Vaughan Andrews
Last month Oracle announced details of its Oracle Cloud at Customer offering. Vaughan Andrews examines the news and how this changes the hybrid Cloud proposition for Oracle while meeting security and data residency requirements.read the blog
11th-14th May 2016
From the 11th to 14th May, Redcentric will be attending the IT Directors' forum joining senior IT professionals and delegates to discuss and share new and innovative IT ideas, solutions and the challenges they have faced.
From patient records to financial records
30th March 2016 by Martin Fisher
With Central Government showing a willingness to implement Cloud technologies, this blog looks at how one department, HMRC, needs to adopt these technologies to ensure they're delivering a quality service to citizens.read the blog
Whether you want short term capacity for specific projects, or want to remove the cost and burden of managing server infrastructure, IaaS allows you to access extra capacity fast.learn more
Redcentric now offer Oracle, Microsoft SQL and MySQL Database as a Service (DBaaS) solutions. Delivered securely from our Cloud Infrastructure.learn more
Looking to utilise new technology to increase staff efficiencies, mobility and patient care King’s College Hospital required both a refresh of its legacy network whilst also introducing new wireless infrastructure at a further two sites.
Nick Penlington, ICT Services Manager at King’s College Hospital commented:
Big infrastructure projects in hospitals are not the simplest of things but in the quality of the solution, the efficiency of the roll-out and the very pragmatic, responsive and accountable way of dealing with issues, Redcentric made this as pain-free a process as possible. As a result, we have a very stable and fast wireless networking provision that is delivering benefit every day, safe in the knowledge that we have a resilient, scalable and truly enabling platform.
Rider Levett Bucknall is the third largest construction practice in the world with over 2800 people in more than 100 offices. It is committed to delivering more services and efficiency with less resource, money and waste. It turned to Redcentric to support these objectives through a range of managed network, data and Exchange services.
Mark Evans, Head of IT at Rider Levett Bucknall commented
With its highly resilient private MPLS network offering 64 times better bandwidth and a 50% reduction in cost compared with the existing BT solution, it didn’t take long to convince the Board that Redcentric’s was the right solution! The business and technical account management is the best I’ve ever dealt with and way beyond what other companies – including IBM and Microsoft – can offer. It’s not just about technology; it’s about the people.
Looking for a managed service provider who could support their organisation and growth strategy through cost and efficiency savings, Howden’s Joinery required a partner that could provide highly resilient and agile Cloud services.
Clive Cockburn, Deputy CIO at Howden's Joinery commented:
Redcentric has fully supported our aggressive timeframe for efficiency and growth – it’s played a key part in helping us open 30 new depots a year on time and to budget, and we expect to make significant cost savings over the five year contract by using its services.