TechCare, the Staffordshire firm specialising in managed IT services, has celebrated another success after updating IT infrastructure in 11 different sites for Security Plus, one of the UK’s leading cash carriers.
Security is paramount in the information age, and replacing outdated IT infrastructure meant that staff at Security Plus who travelled to different sites were potentially compromising or risking data security. The older system meant employees frequently experienced slow file retrieval and access to important resources.
By supplying and installing 12 secure new servers, all supported by Microsoft and Hewlett Packard Enterprise, TechCare helped Security Plus bring their IT infrastructure up to date for the information age. To assist workers with their file access problems, TechCare also formulated a full wireless solution and will continue to maintain and refresh the infrastructure as new challenges and security alerts develop. The new servers and IT solutions are entirely futureproofed, meaning they can develop as Security Plus rolls out growth plans.
Karl Frankham, Managing Director of TechCare said, “We were the partner of choice for technical advice and the procurement of HPE Servers, WatchGuard Security appliances and Cisco networking hardware, ahead of the organisation’s infrastructure upgrades across 11 nationwide depots. It was real pleasure working with Security Plus as the team understood the importance of investing in the continued development of their IT and communications infrastructure.”
The new servers supplied by TechCare are up to the job of supporting Europe’s largest independent and family owned cash carrier; they will also continue to support Security Plus’ growth as they enter a new period of the business.
James Wakeman from Security Plus said, “We needed more than an online company who could just supply the goods; we needed a business that could assist us not only with the supply of goods but had the knowledge and expertise to be able to provide advice and support on which path to go down regarding the infrastructure upgrades.”