etiCloud doubles numbers for third year in a row
This month we’re celebrating three consecutive years of growth after once again doubling the number of Hosted Desktops provided to businesses across the UK!
Since our inception in 2016, we’ve doubled the quantity of Hosted Desktops we’ve supplied every year and we’re forecasting we’ll be able to double this quantity again over the next 12 months.
Explains Jonathan Ashley, co-founder and sales & marketing director at etiCloud: “Our latest end of year results confirm a third year of growth and place us in the top 5 providers of Hosted Desktops in the UK; quite an achievement after just three years in business! To put that in perspective, we now have over 5,000 users accessing their systems and information using our specific services every day.
“Looking at our forward order book and the ways in which we’re continually developing our product offering to provide unrivalled levels of cyber security, data security, connectivity and a highly resilient environment for all of our clients, we expect to double our numbers again by March 2020.”
Adds Simon Tomlinson, co-founder and finance director at etiCloud: “Our focus has always been to bring businesses, irrespective of size, sector or location, the Fort Knox of digital security with employees accessing a private business environment via a Hosted Desktop, ring-fenced through our purpose-built Private Cloud Platform within IBM Tier 4 ISO 27001 data centres.
“We create bespoke packages that include everything from Microsoft Office 365 and Adobe PDF Reader, to full hosting of all software applications, fully-managed backup and the latest anti-virus and anti-spam software. Plus, every solution we implement ensures GDPR compliance.”
Concludes Jonathan: “I’m proud to say that many of clients refer to us as ‘part of the team’ and that’s all down to the highly skilled people behind etiCloud. We have a fantastic, growing team of our own who are fully committed to delivering a first-class service to make sure our clients never have to worry about their infrastructure.”