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Catch-IT hosted environment gives peace of mind, suitable for remote working and will keep your files private and secure

By KentOnline reporter

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With the latest cyber attacks hitting companies worldwide as well as locally, everyone wants to know their data is secure online.

With Hosted Services, you can rest easy, as technology services are offered to organisations by a provider who hosts the servers running that service elsewhere. 

Catch-IT’s hosted environment is built to be resilient with no single point of failure and is spread across two top-tier 3 data centres.

Let Catch-IT help take the strain of your data security

Let Catch-IT help take the strain of your data security

In the event the primary site is unavailable, the secondary site will kick in, and backup can be set to a point in time recovery. With such a resilient infrastructure, backup, disaster recovery and business continuity is built in.

Secure, flexible and robust, Catch-IT’s virtual hosted desktop gives firms the flexibility of using their desktop wherever there's an internet connection, allowing remote working and the knowledge that company applications and files are kept private.

The virtual hosted desktop infrastructure provides a cost effective and secure solution for your working desktop, wherever you are. The hosted desktops are part of Catch-IT’s resilient enterprise class infrastructure and are configured in an active-active environment that ensures fast and secure uptime.

With cloud-based Exchange Infrastructure, Catch-IT can provide mail services for multiple organisations and SMEs including the VCSE sector. All mailbox data is located in London and replicated in real time to a secondary data centre outside the M25, with data secure and segregated, ensuring total privacy.

Catch-IT can help your business improve its carbon footprint, data security and cut down on downtime

Catch-IT can help your business improve its carbon footprint, data security and cut down on downtime

Catch-IT understands how vital communication is at all times and has invested in a robust email infrastructure with standard mailbox sizes set as a minimum of 10GB, with the option to expand, with business-class email hosting to a 50 GB mailbox capacity through Microsoft Office 365.

With Catch-IT, you can store your important files and data with secure hosted file storage seamlessly accessible. All client data is backed up to secondary and Tier 3 data centres after encryption, making managed file data secure, robust and located in the UK - essentially, your data is your data.

Business applications can be hosted on physical hardware, or from a virtual, private cloud, cutting out the hassle for you and to ensure your infrastructure or hosted environment is protected from unwanted attacks, the firm has the industry’s best security firewalls, giving you peace of mind and making downtime a thing of the past. As your business grows, there's also the option for more capacity.

 

WANT TO FIND OUT MORE?

You can at a free afternoon of hospitality hosted by Catch-IT Services and PBS Group at the Spitfire Ground in Canterbury on Thursday, July 27 between 12.30pm and 3pm, with a buffet lunch and drinks included.

You'll learn about new legislation and how to ensure your business compliance, how to reduce your carbon footprint and improve cost efficiency in your workplace.

With a variety of speakers and information on offer, the day will help you guide your business towards becoming more environmentally friendly and give you the chance to network. Book early to secure your place by contacting Catch-IT on 01227 206989 or PBS Group on 0207 206 2697 or book here

For more information you can also email sales@catch-itservices.co.uk or go to catch-itservices.co.uk

 

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