Glasgow (PRWEB UK) 28 January 2014
iomartcloud, a leading supplier of business critical hosted Cloud services and part of iomart Group plc (AIM:IOM), has been selected by Risc IT Solutions to further enhance its existing Cloud portfolio.
Risc IT Solutions is a well-established and successful IT services and solutions provider based in North Wales. It has over 250 Channel partners and works with more than 4000 SMEs, corporates and private sector organisations across the UK.
RiscCloud, the name given to the enhanced Cloud services offering supported by iomartcloud, is designed to give Risc IT Solutions’ customers the ability to react quickly to new market opportunities. It includes enterprise Cloud services based on VMware, Cisco and EMC Avamar technology, powering Virtual Machines, Virtual Desktops and Disaster Recovery as a Service.
Jeremy Keane, Managing Director of Risc IT Solutions, said: “The RiscCloud range of Cloud services allows businesses to take control of costs, capacity, efficiency and productivity in order to support them to achieve their goals. It also gives businesses the ability to do more with less and to meet changing market conditions and customer demands. RiscCloud will enable us to deliver further enterprise class, business critical Cloud services and has been designed to fit all business needs regardless of size, location and type.”
Bill Strain, Chief Technology Officer for iomartcloud, added: “With a single control panel enabling the delivery of a wide range of Cloud services to multiple clients, 24/7 technical support and the full management service and support provided by Risc IT Solutions, their customers will be able to gain competitive advantage in the market for cloud security and storage services, increasing both their revenues and profits.”
Risc IT Solutions is a member of the Cloud Industry Forum, EuroCloud and holds the Investors in People accreditation. The partnership with iomartcloud, which owns and operates ISO9001 (Quality Management System) and ISO 27001 (Information Security Management System) standard data centres at eight locations across the UK including North Wales, will see further complementary cloud services added.