Fareham-based IT company wins global award for back-up system

Taylor Made Computer Solutions staff Pete Hughes, Trevor Smith and Rhys Meale, with the Asigra award for Best Cloud Backup and Recovery Implementation. ''Picture: Ross Lucas-Young
Taylor Made Computer Solutions staff Pete Hughes, Trevor Smith and Rhys Meale, with the Asigra award for Best Cloud Backup and Recovery Implementation. ''Picture: Ross Lucas-Young
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Taylor Made Computer Solutions has been recognised as a world leader, taking home a top award from a global industry summit.

The IT service provider won the award for Best Cloud Back-up and Recovery Implementation, at the Asigra Global Partner Summit in Toronto, Canada.

It was the company’s work with the Southern Co-operative which was recognised by the panel of judges as worthy of the award.

The IT specialists, based in the Cams Hall Estate, Fareham, provide full managed services solutions to the Southern Co-operative to support its 200 back office staff, at 1000 Lakeside in Portsmouth, and its network of funeral homes across the South.

The award was given in recognition of Taylor Made’s implementation of its Securo back-up and recovery solution, which is based on the Asigra platform.

Managing director of Taylor Made, Tim Walker, said: ‘I’m delighted that the team has secured this well- deserved win.

‘We are justifiably proud of our highly flexible and cost- efficient Securo platform.

‘To be recognised as a world leader for its implementation is a huge achievement for us.’

The Asigra Cloud Back-up is the industry’s leading cloud- based data recovery software with over one million installations worldwide.

And it is Taylor Made’s new Securo solution which has not only been recognised for its innovation but its new pricing model. The computer specialists have told clients if they use the software less they will get charged less for its usage.

At the award ceremony Mr Walker praised the staff who made this project such a success.

Head of new business, Rhys Meale, was congratulated for making the deal with the Co-op a possibility, and Peter Hughes, head of service operations, had supported the bid commercially from the outset.

Finally, engineer Trevor Smith was praised for introducing the software, which is built for service providers to deliver a secure, reliable cloud back-up and recovery service.

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