Zen Internet

Zen unveils Huawei as new network technology partner

Zen Internet has announced that Huawei will provide the technology to power its new carrier-grade network, supplying the hardware at the core of what the independent telecommunications and internet service provider believes will be the UK’s most cutting edge network…. Continue Reading →

VMworld 2016 Europe – The Best Bits

We sent three of our cloud experts to this year’s VMworld Europe event in Barcelona to find out about the latest and greatest technology, strategy and plans emerging from VMware for the coming year. The annual event attracts tens of… Continue Reading →

We always want our customers to be happy, here’s how we work to resolve issues

Zen was recently named a Which? Recommended Provider for broadband for the tenth time, a status based on direct customer feedback surveys. Not a single big name provider made the grade, and we think one of the reasons Zen did… Continue Reading →

The launch of the UK’s first Veeam User Group event

Zen Employees Host First Veeam User Group Event A team of Zen’s Veeam and VMware experts launched the first ever Veeam UK User Group event in Edinburgh this September. Zen’s Nick Furnell and James Kilby have been instrumental in the… Continue Reading →

Technology Blogspot: Small Business

Type Nugget After spending up to 20 years working with a box of typefaces mostly restricted to Times, Helvetica, Arial and Courier, Web site designers can finally embed almost any font they like on almost any page. Google’s impressive new… Continue Reading →

Technology Blogspot

Spending Money Rolling out soon and following the launch of Britain’s new-look five pound note, the next currency makeover to hit the nation’s shopping tills and slot machines will be a shiny new twelve-sided one pound coin. Earmarked for circulation… Continue Reading →

BYOD – What is it and does your business need it?

We know that a number of small businesses are increasingly taking advantage of mobile devices to help employees work remotely and to stay connected with colleagues, customers and suppliers. The advantage of this approach is that traditional time and geographic… Continue Reading →

Is G.fast about to make your broadband better?

In late 2015 the first customers were connected to a BT trial of G.fast broadband, a technology that could see a major leap forward in internet speeds for small business users over the next few years. Zen was invited to… Continue Reading →

We’re a Which? Recommended Provider!

We’ve just been named a Which? Recommended Provider for broadband after topping the magazine’s latest customer satisfaction survey. Which? surveyed thousands of internet users in July and then spent August and September evaluating the results. Zen was named best provider… Continue Reading →

Top tips to stay online this Christmas

Picture the scene. You’ve just unwrapped your presents. You’ve got your nice shiny new tablet, while the kids are playing on their brand new smartphones and games consoles. Suddenly, the shout comes … “Mum, Dad, the internet’s not working.” You… Continue Reading →

Should I switch to fibre?

With fibre optic broadband available to more people than ever before, and geographical coverage increasing all the time, now might be a good time to consider whether switching to fibre is a good idea. Indeed, the government has recently announced… Continue Reading →

Be kind online for Anti-Bullying Week

Online bullying is on the rise and anyone can become a victim. Part of the purpose of Anti Bullying Week, which takes place this week, will be to promote a kinder and more tolerant online environment. While many of us… Continue Reading →

Zen makes its debut at UK VMUG UserCon 2016

UK VMUG UserCon 2016 takes place at the National Conference Centre in Birmingham on Thursday 17 November and Zen will be exhibiting at the event for the first time. UK VMUG is the country’s largest gathering of VMware users, experts… Continue Reading →

Five ways to stay safe while online

Take a second to think about what you use the internet for. You might use it for sending emails and posting on social media. You might shop, bank and book holidays. You might simply browse for news and information. The… Continue Reading →

Get ready for Zen’s 7th Annual Partner Event sponsored by Huawei and Metronet (UK)

After 12 months of continued success Zen is once again inviting its valued partners to London to talk about the year gone by, the year ahead, and the strides Zen continues to take to make its channel offering the best… Continue Reading →

Zen launches 300+ new domains!

Following your feedback, we are pleased to announce that we have expanded our portfolio of domain names with over 300 new extensions! And the best part is that you can order all of these online right now! In recognising the… Continue Reading →

Zen employees win prestigious Hack Manchester award

Zen employees Craig Reay, Steve “Yak” Hawkes, Richard Pearson and Julian Monono won the prestigious Company Challenge award at this year’s Hack Manchester event. Part of the Manchester Science Festival, held at the Museum of Science and Industry, the annual… Continue Reading →

Zen launches three new products to help businesses grow

Zen Internet is delighted to announce the addition of three exciting new products to its expanding business portfolio of connectivity services. Zen Business Mobile, Office 365 from Zen and F-Secure from Zen will all launch this month. Zen is launching the products… Continue Reading →

Zen named “A Cut Above” at Comms National Awards

We’re delighted to announce that Zen Internet has been crowned best Internet Service Provider (ISP) at the prestigious Comms National Awards in London. The Awards, now in their 16th year, are one of the most coveted awards programmes for companies… Continue Reading →

Zen scoops record-breaking 13th Best Broadband award

Zen Internet has been named PC Pro’s Best Broadband provider for a record-breaking 13th time, continuing a run of success stretching back to 2004. Zen has won the trusted technology magazine’s most coveted award every year since, and there are… Continue Reading →

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