EvoSwitch launches new corporate website !

A big hello and welcome from the EvoSwitch team. As you may expect, we are very excited about the launch of our new website, so let me give you a quick run down of where we are and the reasons behind the new site launch. Beyond the new look and feel, the new platform really underpins our business growth strategy to make our products and services more accessible to visitors throughout the EU and globally.

Colocation and remote access to datacenters has really gained momentum over the past few years, so now more than ever its important for us to give partners a clear view into the business. Part of the strategy was to create a more personal information hub, and importantly provide more in-depth industry information for those outside the EU looking for a European partner or provider. Our customer case studies tell the story about the work we do, so please have a browse through the new EvoSwitch website and see exactly what our customers have to say.

Ultimately, the goal for the new site was to introduce a new blog section to continue our community engagement and create an exciting platform to proudly showcase our product and services portfolio. Through the new blog we aim to keep you, our visitors and valued customers, up-to-date with the latest EvoSwitch product and service innovations. You can also expect announcements, datacenter news and event reporting, including updates from Hosting Con 2011 which we will be attending next week. And of course, if you are in the San Diego area next week, please feel free to drop by the stand for a chat! Were at booth #733.

The EvoSwitch team is keen to begin posting updates and look forward to sharing industry news and their views with you on this blog. So add us to your favourites and please keep an eye out for updates.

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