Edinburgh has a prestigious reputation today – and not just due to being the capital city of Scotland. The city includes many historical landmarks, including Holyrood Palace, Edinburgh Castle and an Old Town and New Town which are both listed as an UNESCO World Heritage Site. Furthermore, the city has produced what is now the world’s biggest annual international arts festival, the Edinburgh International Festival and became,… in 2004, the world’s first UNESCO City of Literature. The city’s healthy economy includes many businesses that could benefit from assistance from the highly esteemed provider of data centre products Data Centre Shop.
How we can help many businesses in Edinburgh
Edinburgh’s economy was once largely driven by its banking and insurance industries; however, today, the city is home to many different businesses in many different sectors. This likely explains why, today, it is the UK’s largest financial centre after only London. It also explains why many different companies in the city could enjoy greater success thanks to Data Centre Shop.
There are several ways in which we can help these companies. These include providing them with a good variety of data centre products, including hardware such as servers, firewalls, routers and storage devices. They also include helping Edinburgh businesses if they encounter dilemmas with data centre products after they have bought them from Data Centre Shop. We are in a great position to help such businesses to solve problems with Cisco, HP and Red Hat products, as we are partners of all three of these companies! To be more precise, we are a Cisco Select Certified Partner, HP Partner and Red Hat Ready Business Partner.
Many Edinburgh businesses should choose us
Ultimately, when a company in Edinburgh looks for a company from which to buy data centre products, it should choose such a company based on its reputation rather than its physical proximity to Edinburgh. By choosing such a company due largely to its reputation, an Edinburgh business can save much long term time and hassle when buying data centre products and then obtaining good support for those products if problems are encountered with using them.