netEvidence is to present alongside Claranet at Managed Service and Hosting Summit 25 September 2014, The Pullman Hotel, London St. Pancras.
Andy Scutt, Director of Operations at netEvidence will be presenting alongside Simon Bearne, the Director of Sales and Marketing for Claranet at the Managed Service and Hosting Summit on 25 September; they will be discussing the benefits of migrating netEvidence’s Highlight service to Claranet’s cloud.
As a Cloud product, NetEvidence’s Highlight service needs to be available to its customers 24 hours a days, 7 days a week. The company therefore required a secure and reliable hosting environment and looked to Claranet’s cloud managed hosting solutions. Since taking Claranet’s Managed Virtual Hosting service, NetEvidence has not only been able to increase performance and fliexibility, but has also enabled its team to focus on growing its core business, rather than maintaining its existing infrastructure.
Andy Scutt says, "Our customers use Highlight so that they can see and understand exactly how their own users are experiencing the technology services that they deliver. We need to have complete confidence that Highlight is always available, working at optimum levels and can be expanded easily in line with the demands of our customers. Claranet understands our business, provides the service we rely upon and gives us the resilience we need."
"We also like the fact that Claranet relies on Highlight themselves; it gives them a complete picture of their infrastructure with an insight into how customers like us are experiencing their services in real-time."
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- Published: 23 September 2014