The multimedia publishing group simplifies the complex way it managed its communications, delivering large annual savings and improving its network resilience and efficiency.
Trinity Mirror spans old and new media, including five national newspapers and more than 100 regional titles in print and online.
Moving to an online-first model to match the new way readers consume the news, Trinity Mirror needed to simplify its complex network estate to reflect this change. They chose Vodafone to be the single supplier of fixed and mobile phones, as well as WAN and LAN services. Our fully-managed service includes secure cloud and hosting, supported by twin data centres for full network resilience.
Partnering with a single supplier has enabled Trinity Mirror to centralise many of its services, increasing user capacity and mobile working – all while reducing costs. It's also laid the foundations for a future unified communications solution with One Net Enterprise.
Trinity Mirror’s communications are simplified significantly by our IP-based data and telephony system, which replaced the assorted switchboards and telecoms solutions used by each of its publications.
A partner, not just a supplier
Moving to a single supplier for fixed, mobile and data has not only delivered large annual savings, but given Trinity Mirror a strengthened strategic relationship for its network and communications plans.
Confidence through resilience
Full network resiliency is delivered by two dedicated data centres, with 24/7 on-site support and a failover in place. This protects Trinity Mirror against a total loss of data or telephony.
Trinity Mirror can report on more stories as they happen. A stronger network has enabled greater mobile working, with capacity for up to 40,000 users.
Secure in the cloud
Trinity Mirror’s mission-critical business requirements are managed by our Cloud and Hosting Services, protecting all its security services, including firewalls, perimeter security, load balancing and remote access.