Space Data Centres offers free support to key service sectors during Covid-19 crisis

Space Data Centres is backing key service providers during the Covid-19 crisis with free access to a range of their services to help them keep the nation moving.

The Nottingham-based business, which works with a wide range of organisations that supply to the healthcare and education sectors, is offering three key services; Video Meetings, Messaging and Phone solutions, for free to non-profit, education (primary or secondary) and healthcare industry customers impacted by the disruption.

"There is no commitment to purchase the services which will be available for three months to enable customers to establish a new way of working quickly with minimal cost, as Space Data Centres," Head of Business Development Andy Gilbert said. 

"The global economy is undergoing a huge shift in how we do business, with teams around the country scrambling to work smarter and more efficiently online. As a tech and data specialist, we want to do what we can to help the most vulnerable in society and we feel that we can help in these three key areas."

Space Data Centres’ support offer covers:

  • Video Meetings: HD quality audio and video conferencing, screen sharing and more (This includes 100 participants per video meeting)
  • Messaging: Team messaging that’s perfect for collaboration with file sharing and more
  • Phone: A robust and reliable business phone system, including business SMS and call management.

Staff and teams can connect securely by desktop or by their smartphones.

Andy added: "We are all facing a period of uncertainty so we want to do our bit to ensure the East Midlands is prepared to meet this crisis head on."

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