Connectivity is vital – the heartbeat of an organisation.
If data is the lifeblood of an organisation then connectivity is the heartbeat. It's responsible for connecting your people with your customers; your local, national and global locations; your offices, datacentres, applications and clouds.
Connectivity is critical. At Capita, we design, build, operate and optimise every form of network service. We are trusted to connect thousands of sites across the UK, from hospitals to schools, to airports. You'll find our infrastructure everywhere, from the Scottish highlands to aircraft carriers and submarines. With Capita, you can connect with certainty.
Did you know...
In Scotland, every hospital, school, dentist and pharmacy connect through Capita as part of the SWAN network.
How Capita is helping Kent use cutting edge technology to improve services for residents
Capita works in close partnership with Kent County Council to implement cutting edge technology while delivering hundreds of thousands in savings.
Supporting everyone from council employees to emergency services, find out how Capita is helping Kent both improve services for residents and invest for the future.
Meet our expert
Expert insight - Dominic Birch
Customers need to invest into a technology that allows them to be more agile and gives the most flexibility.
Managed Networks overview
Our aim is to build trusted, tailored networks – networks that precisely suit the needs of your business now, as well as its aspirations for the future.
We offer exceptional capabilities, from access to HSCN to enhanced security clearance, through our Electranet acquisition.
Most importantly, we will minimise your risk of downtime – we are integrated with the leading UK carriers, which means that, where required, we can offer network diversity to offer availability SLAs of 99.999%.
High speed internet, private lines, MPLS networks across the UK and globally.
Including fully-compliant public WiFi services and Wireless Intrusion Detection and Prevention solutions (WIPD)
Campus and secure shared workspace connectivity
Including copper, fibre and dark fibre
Delivering increased flexibility and agility while reducing operational costs
Perimetre protection against cyber attacks and other security risks
A network manager's guide to migrating to the cloud
The business benefits have become increasingly clear over recent years. The cloud is about agility, flexibility, collaboration, productivity – and cost saving.
But the success of any cloud deployment relies heavily on your network. Is it ready to deliver the fast, effortless and reliable connection between cloud and end user that is essential?
This guide will help network managers assess their network readiness and identifies four areas of best practice for cloud connectivity.