virtualDCS welcome a new placement student to the company in a support position, as the team continue their efforts to improve the Yorkshire economy.

Managing Director Richard May, with student Sam Weatherhead

Managing Director Richard May, with Student Sam Weatherhead.

Leeds, United Kingdom, 7th August 2012 – Sam Weatherhead, a student at Bradford Grammar School has always had a passion for I.T., aspiring for a career as an I.T. project manager.  During the placement with virtualDCS, Sam will be acting as a member of the team, working with leading virtualisation experts in order to solve and implement Cloud business solutions.

Richard May, Managing Director of virtualDCS said: “Over the last 12 months unemployment in the North has increased by almost 100,000 people, with around 2.6m individuals now out of work within the North of England alone. In light of this, as a company, we do our best to support the Yorkshire region and surrounding areas in any way that we can.

After a successful placement at the beginning of the year with a University student, we were approached by Sam and were more than happy for him to join the company. In a troubled economic time, we believe it is important that students gather as much work experience as possible to help them in the future.”

“I’m really pleased that virtualDCS has given me this opportunity and I am excited to be part of the team. The placement will help me learn about the I.T. industry and give me a lot of valuable experience. Working with virtualDCS will also help me to decide which course I would like to take at University, while providing me with experience that I can apply to future employment opportunities” commented Sam.

The founders of virtualDCS have pioneered the development of the Cloud Computing industry for over a decade.  As one of the first companies dedicated to Cloud services in the world, customers only receive the finest solutions. Their approach is to work in partnership with clients to ensure that their infrastructure is ready to exceed the service levels demanded by their business.

If you would like any further information on virtualDCS and their efforts to improve the economy then email enquiries@virtualdcs.co.uk or call 03453 888 327.

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