Here at Nasstar, we love engaging with the charity sector, we see it is a public service in general and seek to help the sector in any way we can. Mark Flynn
London, England (PRWEB) October 12, 2016
Nasstar PLC subsidiary company, Modrus will be exhibiting at the Charity IT Leaders Annual Conference in Thame on the 13th and 14th October and are welcoming customers and partners along to join them.
Charity IT Leaders is the premiere IT networking group for the UK charity sector with over 85 charity members. Conceived of and run by IT professionals working at major UK charities, Charity IT Leaders helps members unlock the potential of Information Technology within their organisations and provide opportunities for networking, knowledge sharing and professional development.
The 2016 Annual Charity IT Leaders Annual Conference is focused on talent and how we nurture it. The team at Charity IT Leaders understands the importance of networking and sharing knowledge and understanding and this event seeks to create as much opportunity as possible to allow that to happen.
As an established and well-regarded cloud services provider specialising in infrastructure outsourcing for charities including Sightsavers, Compassion in World Farming, the John Smith Memorial Trust and the Mercers Company, Nasstar and Modrus are looking forward to some good conversations and knowledge sharing across the two days and would encourage you to visit their stand and say hello.
If you are interested in learning more about technology within the UK charity sector, head over to the Modrus stand to speak to Nasstar’s Head of Sales, Mark Flynn and his team about the latest IT trends and technologies.
From Exchange hosting and Skype for Business through to complete virtual data centre environments, what makes Nasstar and Modrus unique is its skill and experience in planning and managing complex migrations. Nasstar helps clients to evolve their infrastructure into a robust, secure, redundant and cost-effective offsite solution that frees existing IT resources to focus on efficiency and business value – rather than keeping the IT lights on.
If you do have any questions about how as a charity you can work more efficiently and effectively through the use of information systems, processes and technologies and capitalise on the power of information technology as a key driver of business change and service delivery within your sector, please come and see us at our stand.
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About Modrus (Nasstar PLC subsidiary)
Founded in 2004, Modrus is a profitable 45 person, £6m turnover Managed IT and Cloud Services provider.
From data and operations centres in London, Bournemouth, Portsmouth and Auckland New Zealand we deliver a full 24×7 service; managing and supporting over 1000 servers and 3500 end users, as well as MPLS network connectivity and hosted telephony for around 140 customers, operating in 16 countries.