Dynamic Edge offers Cloud Computing

Wednesday 29th July 2009
Dynamic Edge & cloud computing. Courtesy: Google

Aberdeen based cloud computing specialists, Dynamic Edge, has become the first in Scotland to be certified to provide businesses with Microsoft’s new groundbreaking Online Services receiving full accreditation earlier this year to become a Microsoft partner to offer the new Business Productivity Online Standard Suite (BPOS).

As the concept is new on the market, the Banchory based firm is delighted to offer what it sees as the new IT revolution, which provides huge ongoing cost savings to businesses, as well as having a significant positive impact on the environment.  Half a million users are already enjoying the benefits in the USA including Glaxo Smith Klein, Coca-Cola and Pitney Bowes.

BPOS boasts a set of messaging and collaboration solutions hosted by Microsoft, which consists of Exchange, SharePoint, Office Live Meeting and Office Communications Online.

Microsoft data centres, located strategically worldwide house highly reliable complex equipment that provides connectivity to the Microsoft Online suite of services. The global network of geo-redundant data centres provides around-the-clock access for businesses’ critical collaboration services and helps keep data safe.

Online services are designed to give businesses streamlined communication with high availability, comprehensive security and simplified IT management. The system provides businesses with up-to-date technologies, rapidly deployed, maximising IT resources while reducing the need for infrastructure investment.

Dynamic Edge founder, Rob Hamilton (right)  is delighted by " Microsoft Certified Partner  accreditation and specialisation in Microsoft Online Services."  He adds "It provides cloud computing benefits to Scottish businesses; in the current financial climate cost saving without reduction in quality is of the utmost importance.  There has already been a surge of interest in the product, so it’s fantastic that businesses are on board with the concept and keen to reap the benefits.”

Among those interested in the new cloud wave are oil and gas service companies, professional services, as accountancy, solicitors, and engineers, as well as pharmaceutical and construction companies.

Hamilton has plenty of experience. One time IT manager for Lloyds Register, he has accrued a further decade of expertise as variously consultant, system business manager and business development manager.

His technical director, Joanne Gaffney is also project manager, having in her career moved from data operator, through systems engineering to consultancy. 

"We’re looking at getting up to 25 employees over the next 5 years," says Hamilton, adding,  "That’s what the Business Plans says!"

Dynamic Edge  is offering a free consultation to businesses interested in switching to Microsoft’s Online Services.

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