Corporate and enterprise customers

From multi-site connectivity to next generation voice, we support large businesses in improving your communications

Small to medium businesses

Connectivity, line rental, call packages and mobile solutions are ideal for our small business customers

Doing more with less

The financial and professional services sector is under pressure to cut costs, and do more with less. This state of affairs points clearly towards effective resource utilisation as a key tool to meet business objectives.

Virtualisation enables more computing power through fewer resources, by consolidating disparate applications and processes into centralised, easily shared pools. 

By eliminating waste in IT, virtualisation gives finance companies the chance to invest in capabilities that give them a competitive edge whilst ensuring that new technologies remain compliant and that the network remains as resilient and secure as this regulation heavy industry demands.

Virtual banking

This bandwidth heavy technology has increased the value of the network, those that can find the optimum way to leverage the network can gain a significant competitive advantage.

With the network now becoming increasingly important strategically, it is fast becoming the ideal resource to build and implement an IT strategy around. Once the right network is in place, it becomes easier to implement the solutions that really will save costs.

For example, we know that Hosted UC brings together sites and connects employees, ensuring common access from disparate sites, reducing operational costs and improving efficiency. Inbound Solutions and Hosted Call Recording can also improve customer service while complying with PCI security standards.

The Data Centre model is proving to be the most streamlined way to embrace virtualisation, with all services housed, administered and backed up in this secure environment. 

A ‘big’ challenge

Every financial or professional services organisation can face a ‘big data’ challenge if its current IT infrastructure is not fit to handle the increasing requirements for availability and performance of their growing volumes of data – especially with increasing data management regulations setting the agenda. 

At TalkTalk Business we know that managing significant and continuous increases in data volume is going to prove a major challenge over the next few years. What becomes key is identifying which technology is right for you and your organisation. In order to make the most out of ‘big data’ and successfully handle the massive surge in data volume, the move to cloud based systems becomes critical. By hosting applications in our data centre via our Next Generation Network, you will benefit from resiliency and high security. Also, as costly CapEx expenditure can be moved over to an OpEx structure, you will have flexibility in budgeting and the opportunity to defer costs and pay for the service needed as it is received.  

Furthermore, by switching to a Business Grade networking solution which prioritises data traffic with Quality of Services (QoS) and installing high capacity Ethernet to provide a dedicated internet connection with scalable bandwidth up to 1Gbps, you will be able to stay one step ahead of the game and make the most out of the ‘big data’ trend, without increasing risk to the organisation, or missing key business opportunities.