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Partner accreditation with Microsoft are practically on fire when it comes to blazing a trail to the top in cloud- based solutions, IT support and hardware and software solutions.

They have brought companies through some really tough times. This is a company based in a city that has seen flash floods devastate offices and wash away equipment, witnessed snow-bound motorists trapped in their cars for hours on end and seen its businesses fight off with an iron fist the trail of financial destruction left by a double recession. Add to that the fact that UK businesses last year alone lost an average of £52,000 due to reduced productivity in the winter months.

IT and its resources have long been a foundation and major part in the efficient running and processes that go on into a business. But many companies have the restrictions of time as well as the means to monitor and resolve issues in the event that things go wrong.

This is essential when you consider that around half of almost 50,000 businesses this year revealed that the lasting benefit to their business of the recession was the fact that they learned how to harness technology and the web to work more efficiently and to cut costs. But while this is great and will carry them through many a crisis, when push comes to shove, who’s around when the power goes down?

Rather than being the sort of company who sits back and waits for something to fix within the IT infrastructure of a company, Ryan Mangan and his team have usually something ready to switch on or kick in when the screen goes blank and the storms take hold.

So rather than ride in on their trusty steed and solve the problem, at huge cost and disruption to you, they are pre-emptive. From the minute you entrust their services they put in place solutions that make companies incredibly resilient to power and systems failures and, with a 24/7 “always on” response team dedicated to each client, if “UK BUSINESSES LAST



A comprehensive approach to mitigating the impact of potential disasters includes establishing quick, flexible and reliable solutions for recovering data, secure networking and remote access.

Loss of business can be most effectively minimized by reducing or eliminating unnecessary cost and complexity out of every phase of purchasing, preparing and deploying a disaster recovery solution.

So what constitutes a business disaster? It might be as unexpected as a flood or heavy winter snowfall. Today, whether an organization runs 24/7 with distributed operational facilities and markets

the worst does happen they ensure a quick turnaround to restore business as usual.

We all know that any weather event can disrupt workflow or destroy mission-critical information can have potentially disastrous consequences for a business. But Systech IT Solutions work on the three fundamental areas of vulnerability during a business breakdown: loss of data, loss of secure network connectivity and loss of physical access to business locations.

around the world, or only services a single geographic region, disasters are inevitable no matter the size of the company. Businesses must prepare for each of these event types by having flexible, reliable disaster recovery mechanisms already in place.

While most IT support companies only offer hardware support, all of their packages include software support as part of your contract – giving you complete peace of mind at a price you can afford.

Managing Director Ryan Mangan, spends a lot of his working week on-site and in meetings so he has experienced firsthand the frustrations of not being able to stick to Plan A and that's probably why he worked so hard to perfect Plan B.

He has always been one to think a little differently to everyone else. While we’ve been cooing over the latest piece of shiny new kit he’s been picking holes in it to see why it might break down.

“From a very young age I was used to take things apart and see what made them tick. When I put them back together again they looked a bit different to how they started off but they still did the same thing - if not a little bit better! That thinking has never left me and that’s how I see IT Solutions. Things change and technology moves on. So must we and we should be happy if it looks a little different than how it started”.

So what has Systech IT Solutions in place for Winter 2015? Well, in between nominations for Salesperson of the Year with the UK IT Digital Awards and sponsoring the inaugural Hull Daily Mail Digital awards this month they are in the middle of co-hosting a series of user group and safeguarding sessions with Microsoft, the University of York and local charities - and that’s during the day. At night, they’re checking the weather reports and making sure everyone has the very best Systech IT Solutions support package in place for when the unexpected happens. TOMORROW’S FM | 59

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