Fast, reliable connectivity that works when you need it. Our range of products comes with in-built resilience and expert support as standard.
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Businesses we’ve supported
Our customers explain the results they’ve achieved with the help of Beaming’s products and services.
- Office 365
- Managed Services
Eclipse was already using cloud services to allow them to operate flexibly. However, they weren’t sure if they had the best solution, had adequate data security or were getting value for money. Find out how Beaming helped.
- Fibre Leased Line
- Office 365
Royal Literary Fund
The RLF needed to change some systems to support the effective running of the organisation. They had suffered from poor service, and looked for who would understand what they needed.
- Cloud Voice
With the ISDN switch off looming, Roselands knew they needed to upgrade to a VoIP system in order to keep providing excellent service to their customers – but they didn’t have time for any hassle.
- Temporary Lines
- Tricky Location
With multiple housing developments on the go simultaneously, Troy Homes need their sites to be well connected and capable of supporting a busy work force.
- Managed Networks
Iliffe Media Group
Modern media companies are bandwidth-hungry environments. Iliffe Media needed an upgrade to their network and required rapid, resilient connectivity between newsrooms and office locations across the UK.
Plastipack, world leading manufacturers of energy and resource saving products, weren’t satisfied with their current VoIP system. They wanted a solution that could do more.
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