Bluecube have been named as finalists for two awards at the Lincolnshire Digital Awards 2016. The winners for all categories will be named at the awards ceremony which will take place at the Engine Shed venue in Lincoln on April 28th 2016. The event will be hosted by TV presenter and "The Gadget Show" host, Jason Bradbury.
Quickline uses a combination of technologies to deliver Superfast internet, regardless of how remote the location. Quickline don't use a phone line, instead they beam superfast internet directly to your business address. Installation times are fast too as all that's required is an on-site receiver which is installed by a Quickline engineer. Quickline services are fast, reliable and secure and there is a range of products to suit all businesses.
Another recent client relocation undertaken by Bluecube was the office move for London based Agatha Christie Limited.
Over three days in May 2016 the team at Bluecube will be walking 60 miles from Carlisle to Newcastle upon Tyne to raise awareness and vital sponsorship for St Barnabas Lincoln Hospice.
It's something that most businesses have either done or are thinking about, but moving your business to cloud based services is a significant change to any organisation and one that needs careful consideration.
Cloud technology was the topic of discussion at an after-work seminar on Tuesday (14th July) hosted by Bluecube Telecommunications.
The free event, which was supported by the Business Lincolnshire Growth Hub, onLincolnshire and the Lincolnshire Chamber of Commerce, attracted businesses from a range of sectors including healthcare and property.
Lincoln based communications provider Bluecube have successfully installed cloud based voice services in to the iconic Walkie Talkie building in London's evolving city skyline.
Bluecube Telecommunications are a growing communications provider based in the city of Lincoln. The company that provide voice, mobile & internet services to the business market are about to move to larger offices due to expansion.
Members of the team at Bluecube, along with some friends and family of Director Paul Reames, completed their charity challenge on Saturday 18th April. The event was organised by Paul Reames in memory of his father John Reames who died from Cancer in 2008. The event raised over £1575.00 plus a further £325 in gift aid for local charity St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice.
A quarter of the year has flown by and if the first three months are anything to go by 2015 is shaping up to be possibly on of the most important in our hisory.
March also saw the annual GoDigital conference. Held in Lincoln, it was an informative and insightful day as to what we are about to expect from the digital world with huge emphasis on communications. The most eye opening part of the day was a talk by, Ian Hawkins – BT, Head of Network Research who guided us through what we’re about to expect next with, G.Fast Ultra fast broadband with speeds of 1000Mbps expected within the next three years.
Bluecube are pleased to announce the launch of their VoEFM solution. Combining the fast, symmetric and reliable Quad EFM internet service with SIP technology the VoEFM service offers great value and reliability.
The team at Bluecube will be tackling one of the UK's most difficult mountains, Helvellyn, in April 2015. To raise money for St Barnabas Lincolnshire Hospice, members of the Bluecube team will be making the 908m ascent via the "dreaded" Striding Edge route!
Business to business communications company Bluecube Telecommunications have opened a business centre in Lincoln's city centre. Lincoln born Managing Director Paul Reames said that the new office was opened to complement the company's flagship office in Milton Keynes and to serve Lincoln's business community.