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What our customers say...

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Dave Exeter, ICT Infrastructure and Support, Criminal Injuries Compensation Authority

"We’ve worked with Fordway on a number of projects in the last four years, including upgrading our Dell Compellent storage and an office relocation. They ‘ve been a consistently good and reliable supplier throughout that time, and we trust them because they always deliver what they say they will"

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Site Manager, BAM Ferrovial Kier, Joint Venture, London Crossrail Project

"I work with the onsite service team on a daily basis and to date I have NEVER had an issue with their support, knowledge or lovely manners.  They have saved my bacon many a time and without them onsite I would be dealing with disgruntled employees daily.  They are a true asset to our company!"

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Associate Director of IT, University Hospitals Coventry & Warwick NHS Trust

"Fordway delivered the project on schedule and within budget so we could immediately begin migrating systems and transferring data to our new SAN. Fordway’s experience in the healthcare sector enabled them to understand what we wanted to achieve and deliver the solution within a very short timescale.”  

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  • The IoT needs a strategic vision

    The Internet of Things (IoT) has replaced cloud computing as the IT topic everyone is talking about. Analysts are united in proclaiming it as one of their top ten trends for 2015, with IDC predicting that spending on IoT this year will exceed $1.7 trillion. Security is one of the concerns for bu ...

    by Richard Blanford
    Friday, 24 July 2015
  • Why Fordway moved into cloud

    Has the big IT infrastructure transformation project had its day? Perhaps there are a few companies who still have the time and budget for a major change, but for most organisations it’s all about working more efficiently and making incremental changes. We came to that conclusion back in 2010 – ...

    by Richard Blanford
    Monday, 29 June 2015
  • Windows Server 2003 EOL; a 3 step approach to winning the strategic long game

    On July 14, 2015 Windows Server 2003 reaches “End of Life” (EOL), meaning that it will no longer be supported by Microsoft. So what should you do? Our advice is firstly that there is no need to panic, but it’s definitely time to start considering your options. Use this as an opportunity to think st ...

    by Jon Beck
    Wednesday, 27 May 2015
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