Save9 works with enterprises that are brilliant at business - who want more from cloud computing, wireless networking and cyber security. We help them securely and reliably connect their people, technology and customers.

Connect with us. Save9 builds and protects online information infrastructures – via a portfolio of secure computing and telecommunications solutions that help people and businesses around the world unleash the power of their digital information. Hosted IT and IP telecommunications are part of a journey towards cloud computing and Save9 helps customers build trust in this next generation of technology.

Cloud Computing

Share company applications, messaging and files over the internet with high levels of security and control.

Wireless & Fibre Internet

Effective network solutions including public/private wi-fi, IoT, radio mast rental and superfast broadband.

Cybersecurity & IT Services

Professional IT services for secure and reliable business computing, networking and employee productivity.
Capital expenditure and complex IT infrastructures are widely acknowledged to be a factor in lowering revenue margins, profitability and growth prospects - which is something Save9 promises to help customers manage more effectively. Go beyond traditional IT - empower your enterprise by lowering overhead costs whilst ensuring service availability, scalability and security.

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Articles and Press Releases

  • NHSScotland’s Cloud Computing Strategy

    Date: October 11, 2016

    NHSS (NHSScotland) cloud computing strategy guidance and comparison with NHS England’s approach

  • Is it OK to backup NHS patient data in the cloud?

    Date: June 15, 2016

    If you've ever wondered what the official line is - from the UK's NHS (National Health Service) – on whether the NHS and its business partners can back up patient identifiable data with third party cloud computing providers over the Internet - then this Save9 article might be of use to you.

  • PCI cyber security compliance for charity retailers

    Date: December 18, 2015

    The PCI DSS (Payment Card Industry Data Security Standard) version 3.1 standard dictates that an internally managed network security scanning and log auditing process must be established by all retailers who handle major credit and debit cards – specifically they must perform routine systems vulnerability scans and auditing of server/network access log files - which sadly isn’t in place within many charity retail operations.