University of London Computer Centre

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The University of London Computer Centre (ULCC) is a leading IT services provider, specialising in the academic and not-for-profit sectors.

Established in 1968, ULCC has evolved into a highly respected and innovative brand within the academic and not-for-profit sector.

Today, ULCC is dedicated to and passionate about its clients and its people. Through this dedication, we aim to offer leading edge IT solutions that empower our clients and drive change within the marketplace.

Services include: co-location and managed hosting services, podcasting, web development, desktop support, e-learning, digital preservation, video streaming and managed network services.

With a not-for-profit business model, we work hard to understand our client’s challenges and objectives and work with partners to offer the most effective solution available.

University of London Computer Centre

Established in 1968 following recommendations of the Flower report, the University of London Computer Centre (ULCC) has evolved into a highly respected and innovative brand within the academic and not-for-profit sector. We now provide services to over 300 UK institutions and support over 2 million HE & FE students on our Hosted Moodle service.

Quality

ULCC’s services are located in our 750 sq metre state of the art data centre, which provides dual power supply, physical security protection, full environmental control, fire protection and supression and high bandwidth network connectivity.

All our services are operated under well defined service level agreements.

ULCC is an ISO 9001:2008 certified company and has a strong belief in setting the highest standards both for our internal processes, and for the services we provide to clients.

Certification to this internationally recognised quality management system demonstrates our ongoing commitment to service excellence, and are continuously looking for new and innovative ways to improve our business.