How CDC Plumbing used Powernet to upgrade their server environment
CDC Plumbing is a Melbourne based, commercial plumbing business. Founded in 1970, they have maintained a positive reputation, through hard work and continuous improvement. This culture has lead them to growing to over 200 employees today.
This project has increased our level of cybersecurity and given us onfidence that our data is protected.
CDC Plumbing had an old server running Microsoft Windows Server 2008. It was no longer operating at its best and, with the operating system being marked end of life by Microsoft, it was time to be replaced.
CDC Plumbing implemented a new Fujitsu Server, running the latest Microsoft technology, in conjunction with a Datto backup and business continuity platform.
This enables their team to work securely, from anywhere. Should their office be inaccessible, or their server fail, the business can confidently continue operating, using their new business continuity platform.
In today’s world, cybersecurity is important for every business, having a business continuity plan and the right technology in place can protect your business from today’s threats.
‘I am happy with the team who look after us, they have provided me with exceptional service and are quick to attend to any issues’ says Edward Hermawan, Financial Controller at CDC Plumbing.
CDC Plumbing no longer worries about their old, unreliable server, they have a cost-effective, simple solution that allows their team to seamlessly work from anywhere. Giving them the peace of mind that in the event of a disaster, they can continue working with their business continuity solution.
‘I have recommended Powernet to a number of our suppliers, I have advised them that Powernet provides services that are tailored to individual needs.’ says Hermawan.
Using Datto technology to protect their business, CDC Plumbing is adequately equipped to protect their business from today’s cyber threats.