Ace Call from The Hallamshire

14th February 2013

The Hallamshire Tennis and Squash Club might be able to boast two household names in Jonny Marray and Nick Matthew, but they needed a helping hand with their technology.

Their decision to call in Central Technology one of the region's leading providers of IT and Communication solutions, proved to be a sound match. Central Technology is working with local companies offering a free on-site IT audit to identify ways in which they can save on existing IT spend, future-proof their IT and ensure that they have the best IT infrastructure in place to meet their business needs. The advice proved invaluable for the club manager Matt Whitaker, 'Central Technology identified key areas in our IT infrastructure that required upgrading. Since implementing the recommendations we've increased our internet speeds from 20Mbps to 60Mbps, experienced 100% up time on the computers and saved 30% on our phone bills after switching to Central's phone systems. Central's own Cloud technology has provided us with a fail-safe data back-up. Wi-Fi hot spots are now more numerous around the club, so that members and staff can stay connected wherever they are. I'm confident that we've now got the best IT infrastructure in place to meet the demands of our vibrant, successful sports club.' If you would like to see how an free on-site IT audit can benefit your business call Central Technology today 0845 413 8888 today or to find out more http://www.ct.co.uk/Managed_IT_Support_Services-c16

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