Software licensing reseller Softcat has announced a partnership with continuous availability and disaster recovery vendor Neverfail.
The Microsoft LAR will offer Neverfail’s portfolio which includes the RIM BlackBerry, Microsoft Exchange, SharePoint, SQL and clustering for the protection of a company’s entire email, SQL and wireless application environment.
Martin Hellawell, managing director of Softcat, said: “The partnership between Softcat and Neverfail reflects our commitment to offer customers the best IT solutions and services possible. Downtime of anything from email to web sites can have a significant impact on a company’s performance.
“Neverfail’s cost-effective technology and proven software solutions, together with Softcat’s extensive experience and expertise, will enable customers to maintain continuous availability for their Windows-based applications, despite any planned or unplanned outages in the corporate IT infrastructure.”
Mark Lewis, vice president for EMEA sales at Neverfail, said: “As the reliance on IT applications continues to soar, Neverfail looks forward to working with Softcat to deliver to their customers the industry’s most advanced platform for continuous availability and disaster recovery.
“We are pleased to have Softcat selling our products, and welcome their expertise and reputation in the market.”
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