Modern Networks is an expert ICT managed service provider. We have over a decade’s experience of providing fully managed ICT solutions to commercial property clients including CBRE, Cushman and Wakefield, JLL, Knight Frank, Savills and Colliers. We have also helped more than 200 varied enterprises across the UK maximize the value of their entire IT infrastructure.
We are a corporate member of the British Institute of Facilities Management (BIFM). We are also a Gold member of the Service Desk Institute and offer ITIL best practice standards of IT support.
All our managed solutions are designed to meet the exact needs of our clients’ businesses. Our expertise extends from service design and management, through data centre, enterprise wireless and security solutions to the development of new, costsaving Cloud deployments.
As a managed service provider we takeaway much of the capital cost and complexity typically associated with large IT infrastructure projects. Instead of multiple vendors, you have a single point of contact and 24/7 support. Every Modern Networks managed IT system is designed using the latest technologies. We are Cisco, HP, Pure, NetApp, VMWare and Microsoft certified partners.
Ultimately, our job is to provide you with the right IT infrastructure to support your business goals, now and in the future.
An Uncomfortable Truth Ransomware is a hot topic right now. The recent WannaCry malware attack shows just how vulnerable organisations are to cybercrime. Designed to take your corporate data hostage, ransomware is a growing problem, and no one is safe. Globally, it’s estimated that ransomware affects another company every 40 seconds. Ransomware attacks doubled during […]read
Any security system is only as good as its weakest point. In the cyber security world, the weakest point is nearly always the human element. Around 40% of UK firms have suffered at least one data breach in the last 12 months. The most common form of breach was a staff member unwittingly clicking on […]read
Until recently, patch management was barely a consideration for many organisations. Instead, ‘install and forget’ was the common approach to deploying systems. In fact, many systems were rarely or never patched. Of course, the rise of cybercrime and myriad of threats has changed all that, or has it? Incredibly, 44% of security breaches occur after […]read
We are seeking a Sales Administrator to support our Enterprise Team by responding to customer enquiries, generating quotations, sales order processing, communicating with customers, suppliers and internal departments to help fulfill sales orders. General administrative support to the team to assist in providing a world class service to our established client base. If you consider […]read
Cyber-crime Pays Next in our series of posts about protecting your business from cyber threats and data breaches, we will look at a range of solutions designed to safeguard your network from infiltration and detect any malicious software that is present. Cyber-crime is a multi-billion dollar annual market. This means attackers are very well funded, […]read
The number and variety of cyber-attacks faced by organisations continues to grow daily. Businesses of all sizes and across all industries are being targeted. To compound the problem, the attack surface is becoming greater and more varied with the proliferation of mobile devices, Cloud services and BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). This is creating a […]read
Less than half of IT budgets are spent on business growth and digital transformation projects. The bulk of IT budgets go on day-to-day activities – keeping the lights on. When IT departments are running to stand still then it presents an opportunity for competitors to take advantage. Ducks in a Row Today, digital transformation is […]read
By James Tizzard, Managing Director at Modern Networks The CIO or IT Director, has never been more relevant or influential. Computer Weekly’s recent CIO Trends Q1 2016 survey, featuring exclusive research from Deloitte on the changing role of the CIO, reveals how today’s CIOs are increasingly moving into business leadership positions. Perhaps we shouldn’t be […]read
Author: Rob Thursfield, Modern Networks There are many IT challenges confronting architectural services firms today. Take, for example, the design of storage environments to support the high-end 3D graphics, virtualisation and modelling applications required to deliver the hyper-realised digital models and images clients expect. Computer-aided design has come a long way in recent years. Today’s […]read
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On 19th May we hosted the 7th annual Modern Networks Golf Day. The day, as always, was all in aid of Macmillan Cancer Care – Modern Networks’ ongoing chosen charity – and this year, a local Hitchin charity ‘Our Patch’ also benefitted from the monies raised. We are delighted to have raised just shy of £3000 for […]read
Without access to its data a business can’t operate We’re all aware of the explosion of data – which is growing exponentially year on year. On the journey to digitisation business models have fundamentally changed. Without access to its data a business can’t operate – and that data is held everywhere – in the cloud, […]read
Preparations are in full swing (excuse the pun) here at Modern Networks HQ ahead of our 2016 golf day – taking place on Thursday 19th May . We still have a couple of places available and it’s all in aid of Macmillan Cancer Care, the company’s chosen charity, so if you would like to come […]read
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Property management can be an expensive business – particularly if you’re dealing with complex IT systems from multiple vendors… but it doesn’t have to be. Odds on favourites for CityPoint CityPoint didn’t just want a complete managed service, it needed an entirely new business continuity programme, a more secure infrastructure, the latest AV systems in […]read
By James Tizzard The National Outsourcing Association (NOA) recently published a report which analysed the many conversations they’d had with enterprises and analysts – all of which morph into trends they predicted we’d see in 2015/6. Outsourcing trends that effect the IT function are of interest to us at Modern Networks, as we partner with […]read
RSHP relocates to new office in Leadenhall with complete IT transformation IT transformation enables collaborative and mobile workplace Modern Networks designed, deployed and manages IT estate London, 17th February 2016. Modern Networks today announces that it has successfully completed a workspace transformation project for Rogers Stirk Harbour + Partners, an international architectural practice, at […]read