Yobah launches from fast foundations
Article date: Wed, 16 Dec 2015 18:02 GMT
IT and cloud consultancy Yobah is teaming up with hosting firm UKFast to deliver the benefits of lightning-fast managed cloud computing to small businesses.
Yobah, the brainchild of tech experts Paul Sanders and Ian Wright, offers cloud adoption and IT management solutions to small businesses. Sanders and Wright have a combined thirty years' experience delivering IT services in the channel, having worked for companies including ANS, BT Engage and Outsourcery.
UKFast came out at the top of a list of potential hosting partners, and Yobah founder and CEO, Paul Sanders said there was no doubt over where to place his trust.
Sanders, said: "We've always heard good things about UKFast, but the support we're receiving in getting our setup off the ground is fantastic. We found they truly care about our vision, and felt as though we could grow significantly with their offering.
"Yobah delivers mission-critical business services for clients so we need to feel assured on security and reliability. That was one thing that we felt when we were being shown around UKFast; the security is taken incredibly seriously.
"UKFast are completely open and have an excellent monitoring system that alerts us if anything does ever go wrong. It's great for our peace of mind and for our clients."
UKFast CEO Lawrence Jones sees similarities between Yobah as an early-stage company and the early days of his firm.
Jones said: "We're delighted to be able to support another Manchester tech firm on their journey. Paul and Ian know IT and cloud inside out, so we're honoured they opted to partner with us from a strong group of hosting suppliers across the UK.
"The early stages of Yobah remind me of how UKFast got started in 1999. The guys have all the energy, passion and entrepreneurial spirit they need to succeed. We will help them as much as possible, with our event space, business magazine and other infrastructure."
UKFast provides dedicated servers, cloud services and colocation to government, public sector and commercial organisations.
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