4D are very proud to announce the acquisition of our newest data centre. Details of the site are contained in the Press Release below. For any queries please do contact one of our Account Managers.

4D are extremely proud to announce that having been shortlisted for two awards at this year’s Cloud Hosting Magazine Awards we came away with Cloud Provider of the Year at the recent Awards ceremony in London, an award based on customer voting.

Welcome to the first in our series of ‘Friday comments’ from 4D – we’ll be taking a look at topics of interest within the tech industry and providing our own comment.

We are thrilled to announce that 4D has been shortlisted for two awards at this year’s Cloud Hosting Magazine Awards: Cloud Provider of the Year and also Editor’s Choice.

The past 5 years have witnessed enormous growth of Public Cloud services within the enterprise market. However, if there is one thing plateauing this growth, it's a lack of trust.

After finally getting the go-ahead to proceed with a project to virtualise your physical servers into a cloud environment, it may seem that the hard part is actually making it all happen. However, in most cases the actual migration is one of the easiest parts.

The campaigns were closely fought. Polls indicated it would be close. Still, many businesses assumed that the UK would stick to what they knew and vote to remain in the European Union (EU). In the aftermath of the vote to leave, and with the heat and hyperbole having largely dissipated, what new challenges does Brexit bring?

4D recently ran the latest in our series of ‘Tech Heads’ events at G-live in Guildford. Speakers on the night included Mark Hill, Director at TEOS, who covered the ins and outs of the Internet of Things, and Alan Fuller, Technical Director at Fullworks, who gave some creative insight into the role of productivity in innovation.

Bigger is better, right? If in doubt, go with what you know. That certainly looks to be the rule in the Cloud industry, dominated as it is by Amazon Web Services (AWS), Microsoft Azure and Google. 

The National Press this morning has been full of the challenges experienced overnight by the Government as the 'Register to vote' website became unavailable for an extended period of time just as the deadline was looming for EU referendum registration.