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Cloud Computing: Online back-up booms

KeepItSafe is one company that is happy to distance itself from cloud hype and just get on with business

7th June, 2015
Darragh Canavan, sales operations manager, KeepItSafe

While every conceivable type of IT company is clambering to get a piece of the cloud action, and add the buzzword into its list of services, KeepItSafe has almost gone the other way. The irony is that a firm that prefers to describe itself as selling online back-up was in the cloud before it was fashionable.

Providing back-up and disaster recovery, the company spotted the gap for a managed service over a decade ago and...

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