Resilient office solutions

Resilient Office SolutionsBy Ernst Wolfaardt, GM:Operations, ContinuitySA

When it’s time to find premises for your new business or when you are relocating or need extra office space, it’s interesting to consider the alternatives available. Should you deliberate about office renovations, take a new building or evaluate a resilient office space?

In addition to its core Business Continuity Management, ContinuitySA is offering resilient office space to companies who want the benefits of a fully managed office solution at a fixed monthly costs.

So what is our resilient office solution you may ask?

Our resilient office space is essentially a ready-made, customised office solution which is fully managed to get your business up and operating with the minimum of turnaround times in a business resilient environment at a fixed monthly cost. Equipped with optional desk top computers, furniture and flexible telephony options (Avaya, Mitel or your own) this solution can get you operational speedily. Access is available to our onsite data centre. UPS and diesel generators provide electrical back up during potential winter load shedding, and emergency water supplies are also available. Superior bandwidth connectivity is supplied with multiple WAN ISP’s.

Our facilities also offer onsite parking as well as being close to public transport nodes. 24 hour service desk support is on hand to support your infrastructure and around the clock security. A flexible approach to contracts, be they short or long term, allows you to build a best fit solution perfect for you as well as taking into account scalability during the contract period.

So if your business needs more space or you’re looking at alternative office solutions why not find out more. Contact us on email  or click here for more details or for somebody to contact you on what options and locations we have readily available.

[author] [author_image timthumb=’on’][/author_image] [author_info]Ernst Wolfaardt has been involved in the business continuity industry since 1999 in various capacities including BCM consultant, project manager, and design engineer, head of various divisions and currently as General Manager of Production and Infrastructure Services. Ernst has also been instrumental in developing a number of disaster recovery sites including client sites and our own. He graduated with a master’s degree in civil engineering (M. Eng) from the University of Stellenbosch. He has completed a number of specialist courses on data centre design and project management and is a member of The Business Continuity Institute based in London. Ernst worked with a major multidisciplinary consulting engineering firm prior to joining ContinuitySA. He has extensive experience in developing and managing office space and data centres. In addition he is also experienced with managing complex IT migrations and implementations. [/author_info] [/author]