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Logicalis Ireland to create 25 new jobs

Written by Robert McHugh, on 13th Sep 2018. Posted in Technology

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Logicalis Ireland, the IT solutions and managed services provider, has announced that it has invested €1 million in its own digital transformation journey, part of which is the creation of 25 new jobs over the next two years.

The company has refreshed its tools and technologies, including a highly advanced IT service management platform. These up-to-date systems and processes will enable Logicalis Ireland to further enhance its technical support capabilities and service offerings for clients which include leading companies such as RTÉ, Musgrave Group and Allied Irish Banks (AIB). 

Among the new and enhanced services that Logicalis Ireland will be providing are Backup as a Service (Baas), hybrid IT on-premise solutions, Disaster Recovery as a Service (DRaaS), analytics and Infrastructure as a Service (Iaas).

Logicalis Ireland has already started to expand its client services team and more jobs will be created. These positions will be based across a number of locations within Ireland, including its headquarters in Sandyford in Dublin, and will require individuals with experience in next generation managed services operations, infrastructure integration, hybrid cloud, IT security and business analytics.

Speaking this week, Managing Director at Logicalis Ireland, Andrew Bairdnsaid, "We know from experience that in order to digitally transform a business, you not only need the latest apps and front end interfaces, you also need to invest in existing platforms so that they are able to support the increasing workloads, the new types of transactions and do so in a secure and compliant manner."

He added, "We are delighted to be doubling our investment in cutting edge technologies and adding to the services team. Growth and change is vital to every organisation, and these additions will allow us to better support our growing customer base throughout Ireland."

Source: www.businessworld.ie

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