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Dardan Security secures University of Cambridge contract

Posted 17 April 2018 · Add Comment

Cambridge-based Dardan Security has been awarded a new contract with the University of Cambridge.

The two year contract for 24/7 security at the University’s Data Centre commenced on 15th March 2018.

The facility is designed to provide a highly efficient and secure Data Centre service to multiple University institutions.  Built in 2014 as part of an ongoing programme of investment in energy and carbon management, the Centre occupies a bespoke building on the West Cambridge site covering 2200 square metres.

Dardan already delivers security solutions at similar data centre facilities and also hold a number of contracts within the educational sector including Anglia Ruskin University and University of Suffolk and is proud to add the University of Cambridge to their client base.

Philip Anthony, Managing Director of Dardan Security, said: “Dardan is delighted to have been awarded this significant contract.  Our expertise in this field, together with our specialist teams and regional operational coverage makes us the ideal partner for the University and will ensure a high-quality and effective security service is delivered to such a crucial facility.”


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