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Servnet delivers innovative & adaptive
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EXPERTS IN BACKUP AND DISASTER RECOVERY
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We are acclaimed
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APPROACH
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to deliver bespoke IT solutions
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commited to your business
SERVNET HAS SERVED CUSTOMERS GLOBALLY
since 2003
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Servnet is a specialist data storage and data management solutions providerGet in touch with our solutions team today on 0845 075 5566

Servnet provides a wide range of scalable
and adaptable infrastructure solutions.

Servnet has provided data storage and data management solutions to companies throughout the UK for the past 15 years, specialising in both on premise, cloud and hybrid-cloud technologies. Our forte is primary storage, backup & recovery, disaster recovery, business continuity and IT infrastructure including all aspects of virtualisation, server technology, hyper-convergence, and networking. Our aim is to deliver customer satisfaction without compromise, within budget and while exceeding client expectations.

 



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The biggest change in data protection laws in 20 years will go into effect in 2018. In 2016, the EU Parliament officially adopted the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), paving the way for a new age of data protection for consumers and tighter regulations for businesses. Organisations, including U.S. multinationals that handle EU personal information, will soon be required to comply with tougher rules to prove they’re actively protecting personal data. The European Union has been working on this data protection requirement for years.

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