Quantum computing will lead to all current encryption algorithms being rendered obsolete. We explain the growing focus on the implementation of quantum-proof encryption algorithms.

In November, 4D Data Centres held our first event featuring an expert panel discussing Brexit, specifically: what does Brexit mean for your company’s data? 

Read our summary of the presentation our CEO, Jack Bedell-Pearce, gave on the potential impact Brexit could have on data sovereignty...

Net neutrality could potentially be impacted by leaving the EU. Read how this could affect your business and how best to prepare for it.

Net neutrality means internet service providers can’t vary access to the internet, or prioritise certain websites over others. Read our advice on what’s best for your business.

As the countdown to Brexit edges ever closer, what impact would a No-Deal Brexit have on businesses who store, process, and transfer data between Britain and the EU?

UK-based business leaders were brought together for the Business Continuity Breakfast Briefing, co-hosted by 4D and M9. Among the speakers was cyber security expert, David Cox.

As we come into the week where many investigations are going on by Ofgem, National Grid and the generating companies, this is a great time for us to reflect as a data centre operator on what happened.

Future of DDOS

A DDoS (Distributed Denial of Service) attack is an attempt at rendering a server unreachable to its visitors. DNS amplification attacks are one such threat, and are cheap to launch and very effective...

What is the Cloud?

4D’s CEO, Jack Bedell-Pearce, spoke live at Gatwick Diamond’s Educational Seminar in May, explaining what the cloud is, the differences between public, private and hybrid, and public cloud types, IaaS, PaaS and SaaS. 

Earlier this year, 4D’s CTO, David Barker, gave this exclusive webinar on what to know, as the threat of DDoS attacks becomes all the more imminent for UK businesses.