LONDON, January 19, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
Incus Technologies has announced the expansion of its support team to offer 24/7 support to its customers on a global scale. The expansion means the company can now offer around the clock support to its customers in the US and APAC markets.
London based Incus Technologies has also announced plans to support customers running Windows Server 2003 as they make plans to upgrade before the end of life date in July.
The companies CEO, Michael Lindemann, said: "This announcement is really exciting for the company and our customers. It brings us a step closer to our vision of becoming one of the market leaders in server support. By being able to support companies globally not only can we help the emerging markets of APAC develop, we can also help expand the operations of our EMEA customers and help them reach a global audience too."
When asked about the Windows Server 2003 end of life support plans Lindemann said: "Tasks such as upgrading server software can be disruptive to say the least. It often means taking team members away from their everyday tasks to do the work and creating a backlog. Incus can offer a feasibility test to ensure that all your applications will work on an upgraded server and then fully undertake and project manage the migration for our customers. July is not far away so its really time to start planning if you haven't already done so!"
The news is a big step forward for Incus Technology and serves as a springboard to increase their client base throughout 2015.
- Michael Lindemann and Thomas Langan founded Incus Technologies Limited in October 2014. The directorship is split 50/50 between the two.
- Based in London, the company has formed close partnerships with Tier One hosting providers such as UKFast, Memset, ElasticHosts and Claranet.
- The company offers a product suite ranging from server migrations to full server management.
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SOURCE Incus Technologies Limited