Managed services

Organisations are under increasing pressure to deliver more with fewer resources. We can help you save money and improve performance and agility with a range of managed services.

We provide managed services from our secure, reliable and high-performing UK datacentres, making sure system operations, changes, enhancements and incidents are managed with enterprise Service Level Agreements.

We can help you

  • Improve your service and application availability

  • Lower your hosting costs

  • Avoid data loss

  • Meet changing business needs with agile services

  • Hosting

    Managed infrastructure

    Based on our Secure Cloud Compute and Private Cloud Compute services, we can look after the day-to-day running of your cloud infrastructure, freeing you up to focus on more strategic work.

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    Managed database

    Operational management of SQL and NoSQL databases and big data platforms. Includes security, availability, integrity, performance, user management and incident handling.

  • Critical Application Management

    Managed application

    Let us take care of the routine maintenance of your off-the-shelf or custom applications, covering a wide range of languages, frameworks, databases and content management systems.

  • Colocation


    Our Colocation service provides high capacity server hosting and connectivity from our UK datacentre.

  • Managed Infrastructure

    Managed hardware

    Our Managed Hardware services provide support for our hosted server, storage and/or network hardware devices to enterprise SLAs. Provided from our modern, secure and high performing UK data centres.

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  • Guide to managed cloud services

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    A guide which explains what managed cloud services are and helps you assess whether building your own in-house capability, or outsourcing to a specialist provider is the right choice for your organisation.