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Data#3 Secures Long-Term Infrastructure as a Service Agreement with McInnes Wilson Lawyers

Data#3 Limited, one of Australia’s leading business technology solutions companies, today announced that it has been successful in an open market bid with McInnes Wilson Lawyers for a multi-year Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) agreement.

Data#3’s IaaS offering provides three levels of consumption choices (Silver, Gold and Platinum) to deliver a solution designed, provisioned and scaled to meet customer requirements without sacrificing performance.

Under the platinum level agreement, McInnes Wilson Lawyers will move to a flexible pricing model for datacentre technology that offers levels of scalability and reliability.

Data#3 Group General Manager, Laurence Baynham said that the company is looking forward to working with McInnes Wilson Lawyers to deliver flexible and cost-effective cloud infrastructure.

“It’s a great result for the team as this project is a strategic win for Data#3. We are continually seeking to provide the best cloud services for our customers and firmly establish our position in the very competitive cloud computing market.

“By engaging and working closely with our customers, it has become evident that they require a range of cloud services. Increasingly, we are helping our customers to transform their business and realise the benefits of shifting capital expenditure to a more dynamic operating expense model.

“The Data#3 team works closely with our customers to transform how they operate in a Hybrid IT environment and to cost-effectively deliver tailored solutions to meet their specific requirements,” concluded Baynham.

McInnes Wilson Lawyers CIO, Russell Seenan commented, “With multiple office locations, and our physical server and storage hardware due for a refresh, it made sense for us to move to a hosted cloud infrastructure platform. Data#3’s strong industry reputation, combined with their compelling and flexible cloud services provides us with the confidence that they will deliver a successful outcome for the firm.”

Data#3 Secures Long-Term Infrastructure as a Service Agreement with McInnes Wilson Lawyers (PDF)

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