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Keep IT safe has plans for British expansion

Dublin-based online backup provider Keep IT safe plans to expand its presence in the British market in the next six months by hiring a dedicated manager.

21st February, 2009

Dublin-based online backup provider Keep IT safe plans to expand its presence in the British market in the next six months by hiring a dedicated manager.

Eoin Blacklock, managing director of Keep IT safe, said the firm had about 50 customers in Britain and operated via a partnership with a reseller. However, he said the firm planned to grow its customer base in Britain through direct sales and intended to hire a manager before the...

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