Silicon Bay, a supplier of electronic banking and corporate software, has been chosen as the UK representative of Network Disaster Recovery (NDR). NDR is a leading supplier of dedicated business continuity and disaster recovery services, safeguarding the availability of business systems for more than 1,100 organisations. NDR offers an around-the-clock service and choice of recovery options. John Davison, Silicon Bay’s business development director, said: ‘We are delighted to represent NDR and offer their disaster recovery services to our customers allowing us to provide solutions with a tried and tested contingency plan for system hardware failure.’
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