Who We Are
Epium specializes in highly customized content management solutions and management.
We are based in London and have been working with content management since 2000 across various platforms and systems.
Our specialty is highly customized solutions where the customer need a large solution based on a certain CMS platform.
We have built systems based on such platforms as Microsoft Content Management Server 2001, Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2007/2010, Joomla, Drupal and now – as the latest – on WordPress.
As the open source CMS platforms have evolved, so have we, and are now more and more deploying solutions built on PHP/Open Source since those systems have become quite mature. Conversely the Microsoft platform has become heavier and heavier and requires quite a lot of work in post-deployment maintenance.
Since 2009 we have furthermore expanded our services to include consulting and hosting services for cloud solutions and always-on high uptime solutions.
- Content Management
- We have been specializing in Content Management for the last 10 years, and can plan, build and manage sites of all sizes.
- Virtualization Consulting
- We consult for customers who wishes to implement large-scale virtualization projects.
- Cloud Hosting
- If you need to have your solution hosted as well, we have multiple servers with failover. All our servers are located in the UK.
Epium was founded in 2000.
Epium was founded in the UK in 2000 after our founder had sold his shares in the danish hosting company NetGroup A/S which he also co-founded.
Initially we started with 100% custom CMS solutions as there at the time wasn’t any really good CMS solutions (that was affordable). We also designed all the websites from the ground up. In 2003 we started working with commercial platforms which we heavily customized.
During 2004 we added hosting of the developed solutions, which we have since expanded and now maintain several servers at multiple physical locations. Our current Cloud Hosting platform is built on our own servers located in the UK.
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