Managed services player ADA Technology Services has bolstered its software-as-a-service (SaaS) capabilities by opening a new datacentre in Birmingham.
The firm’s latest venture will provide SaaS and hosted disaster recovery services on a virtualised infrastructure as a service platform.
It will allow the service provider’s customers in the Midlands to access their data quickly if there is a need to invoke the disaster recovery process.
David Rabson, chief executive of ADA Technology Services, said: “Our purpose-built datacentre further extends our hosted IT infrastructure and disaster recovery services, based on a strategy of national coverage with local accessibility.
“Our flexible payment model and fresh approach to utility computing and disaster recovery, is driving our continued expansion in a challenging market.”
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