Founded in 1998, today VMware is a leader in virtual
infrastructure technology. At Cobweb we use the the VCE (VMware,
Cisco and EMC) infrastructure Vblock.
Plus we use VMware’s solutions within our development
and testing environment and to provide improved service reliability
for our customers.
provides the systems, software and services to leverage one of your
most strategic assets—your business data. EMC's goal is to
optimise your information infrastructure to meet growing demands
for enterprise content management, security, archiving, storage and
As market transitions evolve so do product offerings from
Cisco - all
to best meet customer needs. The network has truly become the
platform for providing one seamless, transparent customer
As a result, Cisco and Cisco technology are changing the
way people work, live, play and learn. They strive to be 'Best in
the World' and 'Best for the World' - offering solutions that meet
customer needs, exceeding expectations and contributing to the
world in a positive way.
Connecting and collaborating with others is a key element of
Cisco's culture. Making the world a smaller place through
technology and using it to enhance life experiences. That's the
'Human Network' - a place where everyone is connected.
Parallels is a worldwide
leader in virtualisation and automation software that optimises
computing for consumers, businesses and service providers across
all major hardware, operating system, and virtualisation
Founded in 1999, Parallels is a fast-growing company with 900
employees in North America, Europe and Asia.
Cobweb is a Microsoft
Gold Certified Partner and a member of Microsoft’s Joint
Development Programme and Technology Adoption Programme for
messaging and collaboration products in Redmond.
This close relationship means that we gain
experience of new Microsoft products long before they are released
to the public and enables us to release hosted versions of new
software at the same time as Microsoft launch dedicated
the power of cloud computing to provide essential email and web
protection whilst virtually eliminating the need to manage hardware
Using a centralised, hosted approach to
security and information management, Symantec.cloud allows
organisations to manage a complex collection of technologies in a
simple, more efficient and productive manner.
Technology that Learns from
Experience – Their proprietary, heuristic technology named
‘Skeptic’ exemplifies technology that is actually made
more powerful and accurate because it is delivered as a cloud
service. It continually learns based on the volume of threats it
sees and identifies. Skeptic uses thousands of rules and
dozens of advanced techniques to detect malware including
application reputation, junk code analysis and ‘link
Global Relay's hosted email
archiving and messaging services provide businesses with
easy-to-use, professionally managed email archiving, email
continuity and email security solutions.
The Message Archiver, Global Relay's core email archiving
technology, seamlessly integrates with all email and instant
messaging systems to deliver the fastest online search, retrieval
and monitoring capabilities on the market today.
Its enterprise-class, web-based email archiving tools address
the demands of regulatory compliance, audit and eDiscovery, whilst
alleviating the burden of data management, email archiving,
storage, security and business continuity including migration of
Built on a reputation of customer service, technical expertise
and compliance excellence, Global Relay has delivered hosted email
archiving and messaging services for over ten years and has
never lost a message nor had a security breach, helping customers
to stay organised, competitive, compliant and in control.
16 April 2014 - Public cloud services are becoming more affordable each year, as prices are falling at an average rate of ten per cent annually, a new study reveals.
16 April 2014 - The majority of government representatives believe G-Cloud spend will see a huge increase this year, a new survey reveals.
15 April 2014 - With all the coverage in the media recently, you undoubtedly would have heard of ‘Heartbleed’, the security flaw that has potentially been exposing your personal information to hackers for years.