LONDON – September 28, 2017 - HighSpeed Office Limited is pleased to announce that Dan Goscomb, founder of Goscomb Technologies and Chief Technology Officer of hSo, has been appointed as a Director of the Company. The appointment is effective immediately.
London, 26 September 2017 – After working closely together and sharing services to reduce costs and improve efficiency, Cherwell District Council (CDC) and South Northamptonshire Council (SNC) have appointed hSo (HighSpeed Office Ltd) to work with the Authorities in delivering a
hSo, one of the UK’s leading managed network services providers, has recently joined Innopsis, the public sector tech trade association that is championing better procurement practices between the public sector and its suppliers.
hSo, a leading provider of business Internet phone services announced today that it has completed the latest version of its CloudPBX app. Fully compatible with the latest iOS and Android platforms, the app remains available for free download from the Apple App Store and Google Play.
WRAP (Waste and Resources Action Programme), the UK’s resource efficiency expert, has just gone live with its new Unified Communications platform from managed network services provider hSo (HighSpeed Office Ltd), in order to maximise the productivity of its staff in helping governments, businesse
hSo, the UK’s leading managed network services provider, has been named as a preferred supplier of Westminster City Council’s Connect Westminster scheme, a £2.8m project enabled by the European Regional
28 February 2017, London, UK. Taunton Deane Borough Council (TDBC) has appointed network services provider hSo (HighSpeed Office Ltd) to connect a new site to its main office in Taunton, a few months after starting work on the new base for the council’s Direct Labour Organisation
10 January 2017, London, UK. Companies House has selected managed network services provider hSo (HighSpeed Office Ltd) to support its objectives around the delivery of effective and efficient digital services to customers.
29 November 2016, London, UK. Uncertainty around Brexit has caused a slowdown in the number of government tenders to the technology sector according to technology solutions provider hSo (www.hso.co.uk).