HiberniaEvros implements €250k tech upgrade for Netwatch


4 Feb 2011

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Hibernia Evros Technology Group has announced it has implemented a new IT infrastructure with the value of €250k for Netwatch Limited, an award-winning provider of remote visual monitoring services.

Hibernia Evros Technology Group has announced it has implemented a new IT infrastructure with the value of €250k for Netwatch Limited, an award-winning provider of remote visual monitoring services.

The new IT infrastructure included the deployment of virtualisation, data replication, MSA 2012i storage, Microsoft Exchange and Microsoft licensing. Hibernia Evros also supplied training support.

The new technology will enable highly trained intervention specialists in the Netwatch Emergency Response Centre to observe in real time any intrusion at a client’s premises. It will also allow them to speak to the intruders, forcing them from the site.

“We moved to a new HQ recently and needed to implement a suitable IT system to meet the demands of a growing customer base," said Adrian Norton, general manager, Netwatch Limited. "We needed a partner who had experience in delivering a project on time and on budget.”