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December 16, 2010

Virtacore to offer Google Apps for colud service

Implementation services including exchange migration, project management, and users/employee communications

By CBR Staff Writer

Virtacore Systems, a provider of hybrid cloud computing offerings designed to meet the needs of middle market and emerging businesses, has said that it will offer Google Apps for business and internet service providers (ISPs) as part of their cloud services.

Virtacore will take over the role previous fulfilled by its parent company, IKANO Communications, as a key wholesale partner for Google Apps for ISPs, which has seen wide interest from wireless and fiber service providers, ILECs and CLECs, cable companies, and even municipalities.

Virtacore will supply businesses of all sizes with Google’s email and communications tools, such as Gmail – including Postini anti-spam and anti-virus protection, Google Docs collaboration tools, Google Calendar shared calendaring functionality, Google Talk instant messaging with voice and video chat, and Google Blackberry Enterprise Server (GBES) hosting and management.

It will also provide implementation services including exchange migration, project management, help desk and call centre training, and users/employee communications.

Virtacore’s combined Google Apps for Business and vCore-based public and private cloud offerings can enable accelerate adoption of cloud services for organisations.

Virtacore CEO George Naspo said whether just starting with email or going all the way to virtualising entire data centres, Virtacore will support and manage important cloud implementations for business of all sizes.

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