Amicus ITS announces launch of new Cirrus Project

DSC_0083 JP Norman

No. 1 IT Managed Service Provider, Amicus ITS, based in Totton, has just been given approval by its board members to proceed with a major investment to virtualise its own physical IT infrastructure. Today’s business data must be better protected than ever to counter the ever present threat of commercial downtime, security breaches whilst enjoying the full benefit of increased agility and collaboration, wherever the workforce is based and whatever the size of the organisation.

Head of Technology and Governance, JP Norman today announced: “The AITS Cirrus Project marks a great step forward for our organisation technologically. It is a rightful progression for us to take on now, having provided this for our clients for a number of years. The timing of this upgrade is excellent as we are in the process of publishing a new, world class three tier Cloud solution to businesses across the UK and abroad”.

Director of Sales, Les Keen confirms: “Amicus ITS’s Cloud framework offers a speed of flexibility, deployment, scalability and versatility that is almost unique in the UK. The key question we had to answer for ourselves in this exercise, is the same that we ask every client, every time: “Where do you need your data to be held and what degree of security do you need?”. With those answers in place the migration is technically relatively straightforward. The benefit we offer to our clients is that wrapped into all this positive assurance is a pro-active 24×365 service desk – which hopefully stops problems before they arise.

Anyone interested in following this project as it unfolds is welcome to sign up to follow news and watch out for updates online on our news pages at www.amicusits.co.uk

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