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FarrPoint undertook rigorous security risk assessment and analysis across all component systems and, as a result, the Fit for Work Scotland was accredited for deployment by the Scottish Government and DWP.
The City of Edinburgh Council identified a requirement to conduct a review of the existing telephony provision across the Council and to develop a roadmap for future service delivery.
Clark’s global WAN was due for replacement in July 2015 and the internal project team required assistance to gather the business and technical requirements for its replacement. Increased performance, ease of maintenance and support were key drivers as were the support for business strategies such as Connected Clarks and the adoption of Cloud services.
ConocoPhillips were experiencing application performance issues relating to their offshore facilities located in the Northern and Southern North Sea. These facilities are connected back onshore using a combination of Fibre, Line of Sight Radio and Satellite.
Date: July 11, 2013 - Category:
Following acceptance of FarrPoint’s previous Voice and Data Strategy, the Council now wished to progress to procurement. A single procurement was required via OJEU, with Lots for each element to allow the Council to contract for the optimum mix of solutions and suppliers.
Date: July 11, 2013 - Category: Featured
The University of the West of Scotland (UWS) required provision of ICT Design and Management Services associated with the design of the data and voice network at their proposed 18,000m2 purpose built facility at the Craigie Estate in Ayr.
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