The Brain Tumour Charity
Partnership built on trust
A partnership built on trust is ‘life-giving’ for this fast-growing charity.
The Brain Tumour Charity, based in Hampshire, is growing rapidly to support the needs of people with brain tumours globally. Scale and growth is one of its biggest challenges - having grown from 6 to 120 people - many of whom work from home and need to travel internationally for work.
"To open your laptop and have the same experience as in the office is really important. That's exactly what we have."
Bluecube take care of the Brain Tumour Charity’s IT and telephony needs, providing the IT services and infrastructure to enable 120 people to work remotely, with the same connectivity that they’d experience in the office.
A robust and reliable IT system, with IT security at its core to safeguard sensitive data, enables the charity to operate an open and transparent system - keep in touch, access information, and share documents - safely.
Today, Bluecube look after the day to day running of the IT system, delivering a responsive IT service desk, project managing office moves and IT upgrades, and providing IT strategic advice.
“They’re life-giving for us. They're the most important thing that we have. If you turned it off, we'd be really stuck.”
Sarah Lindsell, CEO at The Brain Tumour Charity
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