Lagos, Nigeria – 24 September 2012: OutsourceIT, a leading provider of information technology support, solutions and services to small & medium sized and start-up businesses in Nigeria, has announced its launch of a rich Cloud communications service for businesses called omniCLOUD.
OutsourceIT’s omniCLOUD offers businesses a range of powerful unified communications tools that improve their business processes and productivity.
Services available to users include personal and shared mailboxes, calendars and contacts; push email, calendaring and contacts for mobile devices supporting ActiveSync; secure cloud storage with easy and simple sharing features for group collaboration; presence and secure instant messaging with the ability to link to external servers (including those running Microsoft Lync or Google Talk).
Users can access the omniCLOUD service anywhere they have an Internet connection via Android phones / tablets and iPhones / iPads as well as PCs and Macs using powerful clients which form part of OutsourceIT’s service offering. Mobile workers can thus enjoy the same collaboration tools they and their colleagues enjoy in the office wherever they are using their smartphones or the most convenient device at the time.
“OutsourceIT Management Services serves as a one-stop shop for a wide range of strategic and dynamic IT solutions which deliver value and address business requirements at competitive rates”, explains Nnonye Enwonwu, CEO of OutsourceIT. “We function as an ‘external IT department’ using progressive technology to provide businesses with managed services, solutions and support to help their businesses start, run and grow successfully. Our new unified communications service, omniCLOUD, is one such enabler”.
OutsourceIT’s unified communications service, omniCLOUD, is powered by the CommuniGate Systems Unified Communications Hosting Platform. Built for the VPS provider cPanel environment, the platform provides exceptional features with remarkable performance and reliability, without the hardware overheads of other solutions.
“More and more businesses are looking to the Cloud as an alternative to hosting information systems themselves, thus enabling them to concentrate on their core business” says Carlo Petrolo, South Europe, Middle East & Africa Manager for CommuniGate Systems. “Technologies like the CommuniGate Systems Unified Communications Hosting Platform allow service providers such as OutsourceIT to meet the communication and collaboration needs of these businesses, securely, affordably and effortlessly”.
Discerning organisations realize that they can’t do everything and need to focus on management and their core areas of expertise.
OutsourceIT plans the IT strategy and implements IT services such as networks, information systems, security, applications and design through proven best practices, a pool of experienced consultants and leading, progressive technologies to reach a competitive advantage for its clients.
OutsourceIT focuses on prompt delivery of high quality services in order to achieve total customer satisfaction thus enabling them do what they do best.
For more information visit: www.outsourceitmanagement.com
About CommuniGate Systems
CommuniGate Systems develops carrier-grade Unified Communications software for service providers to deliver value-added voice and multimedia services over IP-based networks. The Company’s software solutions enable service providers to deliver hosted, SaaS, or Cloud-based communications solutions, including Voice over IP (VoIP), Mobile Voice over IP (mVoIP), Unified Communications and converged mobile and fixed-line services cost-effectively at massive scale.
CommuniGate Systems’ open-source cPanel plugin is the industry’s first Unified Communications hosting platform for virtual environments. The Company’s software also includes the industry acclaimed CommuniGate Pro, Pronto!, the Unified Communications client for mobile, web and desktop.
For the open-source project visit: http://code.google.com/p/communigate-cpanel-adaptor/
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