Itex is launching a new platform of sophisticated remote monitoring and IT infrastructure management services underpinned by a 24x7 service desk located in the UK. The new services are designed for organisations seeking to drive greater efficiencies within their business; and to complement in-house technical teams, either by providing cover for out-of-hours requirements, or by plugging the gaps in terms of expertise or capacity. Where an organisation does not have a technical team Itex can offer an attractively priced fully outsourced IT management service.
The Nairobi Slum Schools Trust is a charity committed to improving the prospects for children living within the slums of Nairobi by providing them with the facilities to learn. Rather than simply discard the unused furniture, Itex, as part of its ongoing CSR programme, wanted to give something back to a charity, supporting a community in need.
The innovative platform, named Matrix, will reside in Jersey and according to industry sources, could reduce local businesses’ operational costs by approximately 80 percent, recouping payback after eight months. Matrix will revolutionise the way technology is used to deliver business services. The intelligent, agile system will ultimately allow businesses to flex and scale their IT needs simply and quickly according to demand – at the push of a button. This powerful offering greatly eases complex tasks such as integrating new servers and storage online or simplifying disaster recovery. Itex first reviewed the system from Hewlett Packard, the world’s largest computer company, a year ago and recognised its potential then as the industry’s first converged software, server, storage and networking platform.
A new IT course launched in 2009 by Highlands College is being hailed a success as its first enrolment of students look to take up positions with local employers or go on to further their education in the UK.
Marcus Schaffrath is celebrating 10 years of working for leading offshore IT services company, Itex.
Itex comment ahead of Chamber of Commerce, Technology Summit in Guernsey - June 16
2011 is a landmark year for the Itex Around the Island Walk in Jersey; we’re celebrating 21 years of walking. As one of the most celebrated dates in the Jersey events calendar, it is clear that Jersey residents are passionate about the Walk and the causes it raises money for. £142,656.67 was raised in 2010, bringing the total amount given to 118 local charities over the past 20 years to a staggering £1,559,234.
The Itex – Rotary Walk committee are proud to announce their collaboration with Aurum of Jersey at Charing Cross. Aurum has created a limited edition of sterling silver, Checkpoint Charlie lapel pins to support this year’s around the island walk.
Over three quarters (78%) of students in Guernsey who were surveyed believe the IT industry holds exciting career opportunities for them, according to recent research by leading managed and professional IT services provider, Itex.