CSG forms partnership with Exponential-e to deliver Cloud-based services

Exponential-e to provide CSG customers with easy access to cloud, disaster recovery and IaaS services

Managed Services provider, CSG, has teamed-up with British Cloud and Networking provider, Exponential-e, to give its customers access to a comprehensive range of Cloud-based IT services.

Having carried out extensive research into the UK Cloud marketplace, CSG chose to partner with Exponential-e as its service portfolios are complimentary and the partnership will give customers greater choice and access to more extensive levels of support.

CSG will be selling the following services: Cloud for SME & enterprise, DRaaS, IaaS, Online Backup, and Cloud Storage. CSG will work with clients and Exponential-e to establish the full scope of each requirement and service deliverables. CSG will also add its own managed services alongside the Exponential-e infrastructure, so that customers have access to a wide-reaching portfolio of Cloud-based services.

As it has its own carrier-class fibre network with a 100Gigabit Ethernet core, Exponential-e has full control over the technology and connections between its customers and data centres. All services are delivered down a single piece of fibre so scaling or turning services on and off is simple and practically instantaneous, ensuring that partners and customers have more flexible, agile systems and networks.

Jason Clark, managing director at CSG, states:

“We see this as a landmark agreement for CSG and one that underlines our commitment to helping our customers to take their business in new directions. This partnership takes us to another level, by making a tried and tested suite of Cloud services that are underpinned by world-class connectivity available to our customer base and giving them the opportunity to accelerate the digitalisation of their business.”

Michala Hart, head of channel strategy for Exponential-e, adds:

“We are always seeking to build new partnerships with managed service providers that are looking to provide Cloud services and meet end-user concerns over the security and privacy of their data. By changing the way Cloud services are accessed over the corporate Network, we ensure that data is never sent over the public internet and can side-step the issues that come with traditional cloud models. By adopting this approach, our Network and services ensure that organisations are able to use the power of the cloud to build an IT estate with the flexibility, scalability and dynamic agility needed to compete in fast-moving globalised markets.”

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