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virtualDCS recruits a new support engineer and vArchitect

virtualDCS recruits a new support engineer and vArchitect

The team now welcomes Matthew Chamberlain and Paul Sheard to the company, as a support engineer and vArchitect.

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From Left to right: Matthew Chamberlain and Paul Sheard

The news comes shortly after Asif Malik also joined the Cloud Computing experts. New recruit Matthew Chamberlain will now be working within the company’s existing operations and support team, performing a range of duties including proactively monitoring customer servers and offering help desk support.

As a VMware expert Paul Sheard will be working as a vArchitect for the team, where he will be proposing, specifying and building server virtualisation solutions. Paul commented on his new appointment stating that: “I’m thrilled to be working for virtualDCS; they are a highly innovative company with a number of large key businesses. I can’t wait to get started.”

Richard May, Managing Director of virtualDCS said: “We are delighted that Matt and Paul are joining virtualDCS. After winning a number of significant contracts, the business needed additional members of staff. Paul and Matt were the perfect candidates for the positions and we are very pleased that they have decided to work with virtualDCS. We are incredibly lucky to be a rapidly expanding company, especially within the current economic climate.”

About virtualDCS:

Cloud Computing company Virtual Data Centre Services (virtualDCS) was established in 2008 by Richard May and John Murray, and has since had a 100% growth rate each financial year. virtualDCS operate their own Cloud platform out of ISO27001 Data Centres in Leeds and Derby. Using the latest technology from VMware, their solution delivers significant cost savings, improved availability and reduced carbon emissions.

For more information on moving to the Cloud, contact a Cloud expert on 03453 888 327 or email enquiries@virtualdcs.co.uk

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