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Fluidata in 2015

Last week (and technically year) Fluidata published our round-up of 2014 which included some of our own personal highlights as well as the biggest issues and talking points in the online industry. At Fluidata we believe that the UK digital divide is an issue that is becoming increasingly prominent, which is why since 2009 we have been working on our...

2 · JAN ·20150

Fluidata’s Round-Up of 2014

As many of you already know, 2014 has been an exceptional year for Fluidata as we were awarded the prestigious Queen’s Award for Enterprise in Innovation 2014 for our Service Exchange Platform (SEP) solution. This innovative solution has managed to alleviate the issue of rural broadband for millions of households and small businesses across the UK,...

24 · DEC ·20140

The Importance of Customer Service in the Digital Age

Customer service: it’s something that has previously just been associated with businesses that offer personal services to customers; however over the years it has become increasingly important for businesses in the technology sector. It is important that companies understand the importance of customer service when it comes to expanding their businesses and encouraging client retention. However, we are...

25 · JUL ·20140

Fluidata receive a Queens Award for Enterprise

We are celebrating being named as winners of a Queen’s Award for Enterprise - the UK’s highest accolade for business success. We received our award for Innovation. This was in recognition of developing the Fluidata Service Exchange Platform. The platform operates by connecting ISPs to networks nationally.

About the Service Exchange Platform The platform has been used to create a network, reaching...

22 · APR ·20140

Connecting Businesses

As Fluidata begins the start of a new financial year, we continue to recognise the importance and benefits of true business grade Internet connectivity for SME’s supported by the benefit of the SuperConnected Cities Connection Vouchers Scheme.

The importance in ensuring all our existing customers and live prospects are aware of the Connected Cities voucher scheme cannot be under estimated....

4 · APR ·20140

Fluidata is awarded as a Best Company to Work For

There is a great atmosphere in the office following last night’s The Sunday Times’ 100 Best Companies to Work For awards night. We are very excited to announce we are placed at 42 in the top 100 list for small companies. It is a great privilege to be placed so highly on the list in our first year participating.

The list...

27 · FEB ·20140

Competition in fibre

Last week I moved into a new flat in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park village in Stratford. By working within the industry for over 4 years I knew a pain and delay for installation awaited me. To my surprise I had a pleasant experience with my connectivity, compared to others who have recently moved into new build properties, such my...

17 · FEB ·20141

Hacking and security, are you prepared for 2014?

It was mentioned last year was the worst year for data security being hacked. Is it true? The American Online Trust Alliance announced they estimated that over 740 million online records were exposed in 2013.

Firstly consider Adobe, 150 million exposed account credentials were exposed, leading to secondary breaches all over the Internet. In an official statement, research revealed that more...

5 · FEB ·20140

The year ahead in Broadband, Cloud and BYOD

As is quite often the case in the world of technology, the year ahead will be full of change in terms of popular services and applications, and especially so for businesses.

The UK is currently in the midst of one of the most dramatic Government-led infrastructure projects for decades. BDUK’s allocation of circa £530 million of funding to ensure 90% of...

8 · JAN ·20140

Can rural communities rely on a BT roll-out?

It was recently announced that BT have won further contracts by local councils to be responsible for additional rural broadband roll-outs, beginning with Oxfordshire and Dorset early next year.

Through BT being awarded this latest contract, it has reduced hope of niche operators delivering stronger and faster services in the area, such as FTTP rather than FTTC to businesses and households....

3 · DEC ·20130