Tonight, the Bournemouth International Centre (BIC) will be opening its doors to hundreds of local professionals for the annual Dorset Business Awards, which is always a night to remember.
Computer Business Review, Tech Week Europe and The Telegraph have all been talking about the preparations necessary for the potentially devastating amount of cybercrime predicted this Christmas as a result of the 25% spike in attacks in recent days reported by digital identity company ThreatMetrix.
As a result of our on-going support for AFC Bournemouth, we are delighted that C4L digital signage is featured in the game and will be seen by millions of players around the globe.
This year C4L were nominated for Company of the Year award, this lead onto a judging process where we were visited by sponsors Lester Aldridge and Santander to show rather than tell the C4L story.
This year the C4L team were spread over a large stand next to the Networking bar of IP Expo 2015.
After being nominated, C4L have now been shortlisted as finalist for 2015's SVC Awards under the Colocation/Hosting provider of the year category due to the unparalleled choice provided to its customers with the widest range of DC locations underpinned by the UKs largest privately owned fibre optic network, coreTX, and a totally open and vendor agnostic approach to delivering solutions.
Digital Wave, the one day free event celebrating all things digital is organised exclusively for the young people of Dorset.
C4L has supplied high performance WiFi for all the media streaming during the BFX festival taking place at the BIC from 28th September to 4th October.
C4L will once again be at IP Expo which is being held on 7th & 8th October at ExCeL London and is boasting a series of high profile keynote speakers such as Jimmy Wales, Founder of Wikipedia and Mark Russinovich, CTO of Microsoft Azure.
Digital Economy Minister Ed Vaizey urges businesses to apply for £3000 broadband grants before it's too late