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Saving money on Microsoft Azure using Reserved Instances
More and more organisations are adopting cloud services not only due to its scalability and reliability but for the cost benefits. One of Microsoft’s most recent features, Microsoft Azure Reserved Instances, can help to keep costs down.
AWS V Azure: Which platform offers the best security?
In this article we’ll look at Azure and AWS through a cybersecurity lens – discussing different categories of cloud-based security to help you decide which platform best suits your business’s needs.
Giving Back: Fordway Volunteering Days
Fordway spent the day helping to look after rescued horses who are now safe, loved and cared for at Mane Chance Sanctuary as well as another trip to volunteer at Horsell Common Preservation Society.
Fordway’s Cybersecurity Forum raises £1,500 for Little Lives Children’s Charity
Fordway’s Cybersecurity Forum was held in the iconic Royal Institution, Mayfair, joined by Sarah Armstrong-Smith, Chief Security Advisor at Microsoft.
Azure for the Housing Sector
Address challenges your housing association faces with a bespoke Azure solution. Here, we’ve revealed the key steps to take to migrate to Azure in the housing sector.
Register now for Fordway’s Cybersecurity Forum – 15 November 2022
Fordway’s new Cybersecurity forum launches this November in partnership with Little Lives UK to help address technology poverty. Fordway has committed to donate £50 on behalf of each person that attends the event.
Team Spotlight: Shaida Mahmood
We caught up with Shaida, our L2 engineer who has returned to Fordway after a five-year career break. As a female engineer and a working parent, Shaida’s story is inspiring.
Reflecting on the Elizabeth Line in honour of Her Majesty
Looking back at our work on the Crossrail project and the Elizabeth Line in memory of the late Queen Elizabeth II.
Why cloud is not always a panacea for digital transformation
Organisations are continually looking for ways to reduce the time and cost of managing their IT so they can focus on new initiatives to develop their business. Is cloud the solution, able to provide what outsourcing promised but ultimately failed to deliver?