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Creating and delivering profitable services is the foundation of any service provider’s business. For some, their data centres’ agility play a crucial role. Nasstar, a hosted desktop cloud computing services provider, is one such company. We talked to CEO Nigel Redwood about acquisitions, partnerships and adding value for customers. Nasstar today represents the coming together of three businesses. e-know.net has been around for over 14 years and specialises in hosting for small and medium-sized enterprises, especially in legal, recruitment, financial, and manufacturing sectors. It has grown from targeting small businesses of 50 employees to those with around 250 and sells direct to its four key verticals. It supplies full outsourcing and support for applications and projects that span the spectrum, from hosting commodity applications like Office and email to hosting legacy applications, delivering telephony and networking solutions and providing consultancy services for a wide range of IT requirements.
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