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Remote servers tackle climate change

Press release January 18, 2010 IT

Virtual servers maybe the answer to solving climate change, using 'cloud' technology we can reduce the number of PC's in the world by half without losing a single user

Many companies are counting the cost of the recent cold spell but a Midland technology provider saw its orders treble.

WeSolveIT reported that because many people were forced to work from home during the recent snowfalls they experienced a huge increase in orders for their remote desktop technology.

The Wolverhampton firm designed the BizLive system, allowing employees to log on to their entire applications and information from any computer. The technology platform enables all company applications to be access and securely managed. Stephen. Davies, who founded WeSolveIT in 2001, said: “Managed computers sytems off-site will be the next big thing in 2010, working remotely from outside the office has been on the agenda for lots of companies ever since laptops were invented but they often didn’t have access to databases and other programs, which meant working from home never rivalled being in the office. “However, in the last year, with the launch of Business Live, employees can now have total access to corporate programs at their office from any computer in the world.

“And with the option to rent the application licences and hosted environment BizLive can seriously reduce capital outlay on keeping your systems reliable and up-to-date” He added: “The recent cold weather had a massive effect on businesses across the country.

“Many employees could not make it into work and more and more businesses have started to seriously look at the BizLive platformed we have developed.”Pardon the pun, but we have been snowed under since the cold snap with companies, big and small, asking how we can help them ensure they survive the next weird weather event with their profits intact.”

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