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5th Jun 2018

Cloud Computing – The Road to Migration

Published by: Nathan Fulham

Services companies like Codec know first-hand how transformational the cloud can be, enabling smaller firms to do things that were impossible before, and allowing larger companies to try something new. (Note: This news item is a summary of an article published in the Sunday Business Post on June 3, 2018) “Take an application like Skype […]

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9th May 2018

Storage and Back-Up Gets Flexible

Published by: Nathan Fulham

The cloud has transformed the storage and business continuity market, but there are still problems and pitfalls to be avoided. (Note: This news item is a summary of an article published in the Sunday Business Post on May 6, 2018) Brian Smyth (pictured), technical lead at Codec, notes that smaller customers who would once have […]

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9th Oct 2017

EpicCare partner with Codec in moving to Microsoft Azure Cloud

Published by: Nathan Fulham

Codec worked with EpicCare to replace their traditional hosting infrastructure with a new cloud-based solution that integrated with their existing IT environment. Adding cloud scale and delivering enhanced levels of security and reliability, the new hosted hardware platform & Managed Service solution transitioned EpicCare to a newly designed Azure cloud environment that will transform their […]

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22nd Dec 2015

Enterprise Mobility Suite Lunch Briefing

Published by: Blandine Faure

Last Wednesday over lunch at One Pico, we had some really interesting customer conversations, all around a common theme: protecting data while empowering employees to be productive from anywhere. Our “Simplify Security, Stay Productive” lunch organised with Microsoft presented our guests with an exclusive briefing on data and identity security.

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26th Feb 2015

End of Support for Windows Server 2003

Published by: Studio Manager

In July 2010, Microsoft transitioned from providing mainstream support for Windows Server 2003 to releasing critical patches only. July 14, 2015 marks another transition, this time the end of Microsoft support for Windows Server 2003/R2.

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