Rusk Renovations safeguards systems, moves to the cloud with Netsurit
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An existing on-premise hardware installation was becoming dated and in need of replacement. The company did not want to reinvest in new servers and wanted to move IT infrastructure costs from Cap Ex to Op Ex. What’s more, the migration needed to be done with minimum risk of business disruption.
Our customer was using file and folder level back-up technology for their entire system. A full system backup took over 48 hours to complete and therefore could only be performed weekly, starting on a Friday evening, in order to be completed over the weekend.
A major automotive retailer needed to replace legacy infrastructure while digitally transforming their business to enable higher user productivity and collaboration between staff. The protection of corporate data against evolving threats was a key concern as well as the ability to keep their environment up to date with the latest functionality whilst reducing management overheads.
A major South African Bank opted to implement Microsoft Office 365 for 40 000 plus users. They needed their people to be able to securely access services and data from any device or location, while obviating the consequent exponential security threats – whilst complying with regulatory requirements such as GDPR and POPI.