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VIRTUALDCS LAUNCHES PRIVATE CLOUD COMPUTING OFFER FOR RECRUITMENT BUSINESSES

VIRTUALDCS LAUNCHES PRIVATE CLOUD COMPUTING OFFER FOR RECRUITMENT BUSINESSES

Recruitment businesses can now benefit from the advantages of cloud computing without having the perceived security risk of client data being stored offsite.

Leeds cloud computing hosting company virtualDCS has launched a & lsquo;private cloud’ service which can in part utilise existing internal IT infrastructure along with the latest virtualisation technology to create a platform that delivers the speed, flexibility and responsiveness of cloud hosting.

The virtualDCS private cloud service has been specifically designed to allow recruitment businesses to maintain storage of all of their client and other critical data within their offices.

Commenting on the service, virtualDCS director Richard May said: “Although we fully advocate cloud hosting within our UK-based datacentres and the high level of security it delivers, we understand that some recruitment businesses are not yet prepared to host critical data offsite.

“However, this does not mean that the benefits of cloud computing are unobtainable for such organisations. By establishing a private cloud we can utilise the overall power of a firm’s IT resources and combine it with the virtual servers we create to dynamically allocate resource where it is needed.

“This gives end users a dedicated pool of IT resources to access rather than just the part that is allocated to their department or building. This provides people within recruitment businesses with on-demand processing power that enables them to work faster and more efficiently.”

A further benefit of installing a private cloud is that it is an operational expense paid for on a monthly basis, rather than a large up front capital cost which requires ongoing spend due to maintenance and upgrades. 

virtualDCS was established in 2008 by Richard May, John Murray and Dan Nichols who were previously architects of the hosting services business for a FTSE-listed IT services provider. They formed virtualDCS to give clarity to cloud computing by confidently delivering robust services underpinned by outstanding levels of client care.

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