Protecting and Managing Mission Critical Data in the Public Sector
Addressing the challenges organisations face with growing data volumes, security threats and increasingly complex IT environments
Phoenix has partnered with Harbor Solutions, a leading managed service provider for data resiliency and public cloud consultancy, to deliver fully managed Backup-as-a-Service (BaaS), Disaster Recovery-as-a-Service (DRaaS) and agnostic public cloud consultancy.
This partnership enables us to offer UK Public Sector customers 24/7 fully managed, scalable and cost-efficient services to help them fully protect their data as well as public cloud consultancy services, enabling them to migrate and manage workloads and applications in the cloud.
Local Governments, Schools, Charities and a whole range of not-for-profit organisations can benefit from cloud-based 24/7 fully managed services providing them with an agreed outcome, flexibility and scalability delivered by a partner with a proven track record.
“The Public Sector is faced with the challenge of managing an increasingly complex IT environment while also demonstrating value for their stakeholders. They need expert support matched with transparency and simplicity,” said Sam Mudd, Managing Director at Phoenix Software.
“Our fully managed cloud-based data resiliency management and public cloud services enable our customers to benefit from world-leading technologies without needing to make capex-intensive investments. Together with Harbor, we’re solving complex challenges and giving customers absolute peace of mind.”
James Harris, Managing Director at Harbor Solutions said:
“Together with Phoenix, we turn complex data management challenges into seamless and scalable environments that are designed to grow with an organisation’s demands. As data volumes increase, we provide Public Sector organisations with a proven, safe pair of hands they can rely on. In addition, our Public Cloud practice provides agnostic cloud consultancy enabling Public Sector customers to appraise the benefits of moving workloads and applications to the Cloud.”