Expertly managed UK data centre
Ndaba has a wholly-owned data centre based at Melton Mowbray, UK. This purpose-built data centre features the latest technology and best-in-class cybersecurity defences. Our comprehensive data centre services are fully managed and maintained by our dedicated data centre engineers.
Let Ndaba manage your data centre services and free up your team to focus on growing your business.
Fully-certified data centre solutions
We’ve invested a great deal in our UK-based data centre to ensure the highest levels of service availability.
With Ndaba, you can be confident your data will always be stored securely within the UK. In addition, with the highest levels of availability for our power systems along with built-in redundancy for all your critical components, you can be certain your mission-critical applications will always be available.
Your solution will be fully managed in our ISO-certified, ultra-secure data centre, which is managed by a team of highly skilled specialists. As an exclusively UK-based company, hosting with Ndaba offers guaranteed data sovereignty.
We partner with leading technology companies
Frequently asked questions
Ndaba’s data centre is a facility designed to house a range of servers including website servers, database servers, mail servers and cloud servers. A data centre brings together a business shared IT operations and equipment. Typically, our data centre houses our clients’ most critical and proprietary assets which are vital for day-to-day operations. The facility also provides space, power and cooling for network infrastructure.
Your business may be undergoing digital transformation, becoming data-driven and in need of digital services. IT systems are critical for ongoing business operations. Any kind of outage, disruption or disaster will impact on productivity and ultimately, revenue. A fully managed data centre solution will enable your enterprise to be more resilient, reduce operational costs and maintain business continuity.
Reliability – most businesses will require redundant systems within their data centre. Capacity, the physical environment and performance are also key considerations. Security – all your enterprise data will be housed in the data centre, so any breach can be disastrous for your business. Consider this from both an equipment and data standpoint. Capacity – the data centre you choose must have the space and power to meet your future needs.