~~IT firm Axon has won the business of Macclesfield Chamber of Commerce, providing a cloud computing solution, full desktop refresh and technical support to enable the Chamber to work more efficiently and with greater flexibility.
Axon deployed Office 365, a cloud computing solution from Microsoft which enables businesses to store all of their company data, emails and business applications on Microsoft servers where it can be accessed remotely via a secure internet connection. A subscription-based software, Office 365 improves mobility and security and removes the need for upfront investments into server hardware, converting IT spend into a running cost.
Sue Bowden, Chamber Manager for Macclesfield Chamber of Commerce commented: “Axon has brought Macclesfield Chamber right up to date with our new solution, providing us the latest technology for our needs. We now have the ability to work seamlessly from home, or while out on the road at Chamber events which has improved productivity and ensures the smooth running of the Chamber around the clock.”
Tim Mears, Managing Director for Axon added: “Cloud computing is a good choice for many businesses, offering a more flexible approach to work, with lower running costs and greater collaboration. It also allows companies to become future-proof by enabling the quick and easy purchase of additional software licences and storage space.
“We’re thrilled to be working to support our local chamber and look forward to building the relationship going forward.”
Users of Office 365 can access and share documents, manage emails, calendars and contacts and make real-time contact through instant messaging, audio and video calling, live web conferencing and online meetings – all from any location with an internet connection and on any device.
Based in Macclesfield, Cheshire, Axon specialises in the design, implementation, troubleshooting and provision of business-focused end-to-end IT solutions including cloud computing, data backup, virtualisation, telecoms, connectivity and technical support.
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