InTechnology will now handle all aspects of migrating Compel onto the Exchange 2003 platform and provide backup in its data centres.
David Mather, IT manager at Compel, said: “Like most businesses we don’t have the internal resource to keep email systems and management up to date. The business now demands 24-hour a day email with ample storage space, where data is seamlessly backed up, archived and secured against attack.”
The reseller will pay for the service on a per-user per-month basis.
Bryn Sage, managing director of InTechnology’s managed services division, said: “By handing over email management to us, businesses get all of the benefits that email can offer without the burden of continual system management.”
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