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Asierus ties up with Microsoft, Xensource; Creates a carefree virtual workplace

ASIERUS, in partnership with the leading IT industry and virtualization technology companies IBM, XenSource, Fortinet, Authenex, and Microsoft, is the first company in the network managed services industry to provide SMB's with a complete virtual IT department and network infrastructure.

"Our new suite of products and services provides our customers with an economical solution that provides the flexibility and secure access to all data, applications, and network resources from anywhere in the world," said Jeremy Simmons, ASIERUS founder and chief executive officer. "Imagine never having to buy another server, desktop computer, hard drive, or memory for a workstation. Imagine that you could immediately allocate more or reduce network resources on the fly in real-time by a click of a button and without an internal IT department. Imagine that your cost for IT can be reduced substantially and predictable to the penny. That is what EVERYTHING AnyWare will do for our customers."

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  1. That seems to be an amazing product. I think that would be perfect for my business. I will call and find out more.


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