I’m really proud of the systems we’ve built at our Bournemouth data centre. And on one specific day in September this year, I could not have been prouder.
Find out what we’re thinking and what’s making headlines by scrolling through the posts below.
Thanks to sponsorship from CORETX and the generosity of colleagues from around the business, I was able to return to the Sure24 orphanage in Nakuru, Kenya, this summer to spend two weeks supporting their invaluable work.
In April of 2015, CORETX was approached by one of our employees, Tolulope Obassa, who wanted our support with her charity group “Flowing Rivers” who were working in Nakuru, Kenya at the Sure24 Orphanage.
What sets CORETX apart from a number of our competitors is our belief in providing quality services to our Customers in a secure environment whilst minimising our impact on the environment. Though easy to say, we prove this commitment through our ever expanding certification to internationally recognised standards.
How fantastic is it to see that the UK’s fastest growing digital economy, Bournemouth, hasn’t slowed down since its recent time in the spotlight? Our tech hub is truly walking the walk as we hear about yet another fantastic scheme to attract even more businesses to our South Coast digital city.
As a country, we like to think we are reasonably modern in terms of access to technology and connectivity.
Whilst CORETX customers and partners are familiar with our expertise in the provision, maintenance and support of Cloud and other IT Infrastructure services, many are not aware that we are also an approved supplier within the Governments G-Cloud 7 Framework.
Following the acquisition of C4L in February this year, the Bournemouth based IT firm has confirmed that it is continuing to support AFC Bournemouth and will be working with the club to rename the CORETX Main Stand during the summer break.
Castle Street Investments and its recently acquired subsidiaries of C4L and Selection Services have rebranded to CORETX following shareholder approval yesterday.
CSI is building a new management team, led by the CEO Andy Ross and CFO Julian Phipps which Matt Hawkins and Simon Mewett will now be joining as CTO and COO respectively. We are also very pleased to announce that C4L's Senior Leadership Team will all remain, continuing in their current roles and will be an integral part of our new Management team moving forwards.
Author: Gary Barter, Head of Marketing, C4L
As the Head of Marketing for an Internet Service Provider in Britain, I wanted to offer my thoughts on the UK's connectivity specifically for business users, reflecting on the points he made and how to make the connectivity landscape an even playing ground.
Their analysis has uncovered that 1 in every 5 jobs within our Bournemouth & Poole 'tech cluster' are in the Digital sector, now totalling 14,000 jobs and bringing in more than £350m to Bournemouth's economy it has become a very valuable sector to the South Coast indeed.