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Update from the Virtualisation & Infrastructure Team

In terms of IT infrastructure and services; 2011 has seen cloud offerings provide a serious alternative to the traditional “in-house” approach. Take up has been greater in some areas than others, with cloud backup becoming one of the most popular as companies “dip their toe” into cloud technology. However with vendors increasingly investing in what […] ...read the full article

The Great Email Migration

Microsoft Exchange 2010 is here, Exchange 2013 is likely to follow soon and Exchange 2003 is out of mainstream support, so it’s fair to say The Great Email Migration has begun. We are always talking to CIOs and IT Managers about ways in which we can make their email management easier, and the conversation more […] ...read the full article

Take the Virtualisation Express

Virtualisation has plenty of benefits - from greater efficiency to significant savings. But virtualisation also has its costs. Your traditional storage and backup can’t keep up with your virtualised environment. In fact, they can increase costs and slow your progress to a crawl. For SMEs there’s a better, smarter way to make virtualisation happen. EMC […] ...read the full article

Could Your Company Benefit from Proactive IT Monitoring?

One of the services which EACS delivers to many of our customers is remote IT systems management and support. This allows critical business systems to be continuously monitored by a team of IT experts, enabling hard pressed IT departments to concentrate on core business activities. By maximising the benefits of technology, daily, weekly and monthly […] ...read the full article

Update from the Control & Collaboration Team

The Control & Collaboration team has seen significant interest and active deployment of a wide range of fantastic Microsoft based solutions, technologies and services that have made considerable difference to our clients. If we were to stand back and take an objective view of the “hot spots”, there are some clear examples of high activity […] ...read the full article

Why Should You Protect Your Data?

Sooner or later - by mischief, misfortune or mistake - it is statistically likely that you will lose precious data. There are many causes of data loss: hardware failures, accidental file deletion, file corruption, viruses, hackers, stolen equipment or natural disasters. So, when your data is suddenly gone, how will you get it back? It’s […] ...read the full article