Gatwick Data Centre Expansion

Local demand results in bigger data centre with greater capabilities for South East Businesses

Data Centre Migration Guide

You’ve decided to migrate your server room to an external provider, but you have questions about what the process will mean – for your team and your business. This blog will help you answer them. 

bitcoin mining colocation

Bitcoin, Ethereum and other cryptocurrencies are increasing in value daily. But so is the cost of mining them. Here’s how colocation can cut the cost and risk of cryptocurrency mining.

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Cryptocurrency mining is a big opportunity for those with the right strategy. But with so many currencies to choose from, how can you maximise your chances of earning big? 

R&R connects networking

4D Data Centres will be the proud sponsors of the ‘R&R Connects’ networking event (run by Redhill based Morrisons Solicitors) this November. Join us for an evening of drinks, canapes and informal networking at Old Reigatian’s rugby club in Reigate.

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4D hosted its second Sussex Tech Heads Event on November 2nd, giving attending tech enthusiasts, business leaders and existing customers plenty to take home from an eventful evening in Brighton.

FinTech

Keith Bedell-Pearce, Chairman of 4D Data Centres, looks at what’s hot in savings and investment FinTech and makes six forecasts for the future.

What is a Data Centre

Everyone needs to back up their computer data including things like documents, customer details and financial information to keep it safe from theft, fire or being accidentally deleted. And most small businesses, charities and other organisations also need an internet connection for their website and emails so they normally store their data on a simple server on their premises.

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4D Data Centres are hosting an open day on 8th September. We have a limited number of spaces in the morning and afternoon to show companies around our Sussex based Tier 3 data centre, just south of Gatwick Airport.

Public vs Private Cloud

The biggest challenge any business faces is trying to predict the future; knowing what your data will look like in three or five years’ time so you can put in an infrastructure that is flexible enough to grow and accommodate change is a huge challenge.