Daisy wins ‘Resilience in Infrastructure and IT Service Delivery’ at the CIR Business Continuity Awards


We are delighted to have won the special award for Resilience in Infrastructure and IT Service Delivery at the CIR #BusinessContinuityAwards. This award recognises our delivery of business continuity and recovery services including our cloud services and virtual recovery platform, our data centres, our business continuity centres and how we run it all, including business continuity management to ISO22301 standard.
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Step Away From The Server: Daisy Announces Combined Contracts for IT Disaster Recovery and Virtual Recovery So Customers Can Stay “Hands-Free”

The advent of a global pandemic has been a voyage of discovery for many. For some of Daisy’s business continuity customers, it included the realisation that having equipment on a physical disaster recovery contract is suddenly less appealing when you are trying to avoid contact with a widespread and deadly virus.

Steve Collins, a recovery consultant at Daisy, explains that, “It’s been a nervous time for us and our customers. When we visit customer sites, we’re at the mercy of how well that particular customer is following social distancing and personal safety measures.”

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Daisy Sponsors CIR’s 22nd Annual Business Continuity Awards

Long-standing relationship continues with the pinnacle of business continuity, security and resilience.

Daisy Corporate Services is pleased to announce that our long-standing sponsorship of this prestigious awards ceremony continues in 2020.

While the current COVID-19 situation may have raised awareness of the work of business continuity professionals in recent weeks, highlighting their importance for business and economic endurance, they work tirelessly and their significance for resilience during ‘business as usual’ can be easy to over-look.

Not so here – CIR’s Business Continuity Awards are the definitive mark of excellence in the sector, celebrating the past year’s greatest successes in business continuity, security and resilience.

This year, Daisy is sponsoring the popular ‘Team of the Year’ category and we are excited to see such diversity in the finalists within this category and across the board. Les Price, Head of Availability Services at Daisy, said, “Every year there is something new to celebrate and often unexpected stories that demonstrate the change and development of the industry. For Daisy, this event is flagged as “not-to-be-missed” in our calendar every year and we are delighted to continue to support it.”

Daisy is delighted to have been recognised at the awards this year, achieving finalist status in the categories of:

Best Contribution to Continuity & Resilience – Daisy
BCM Planning Software of the Year – Shadow-Planner by Daisy
Cloud-based Services – University of Pennsylvania with Shadow-Planner

We look forward to celebrating with our industry friends at the virtual awards ceremony on Wednesday 9 December.

Daisy Corporate Services awarded unique place on all 13 lots of RM3808 Framework

Daisy only organisation to secure place on all 13 lots of public sector framework.

Having already secured a position on all 10 lots of the UK Government’s Network Services 2 framework agreement (RM3808) announced on 11 September by Crown Commercial Service (CCS), Daisy Corporate Services has now also secured places on the remaining three lots – and is the only organisation to do so.
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Daisy Corporate Services Finds Wellness Solution to Suit Nationwide Workforce

Addition of Gympass to employee benefits programme will boost wellbeing, health and fitness to Daisy staff.

Daisy Corporate Services (DCS), the UK’s leading provider of IT, communications and cloud solutions, has teamed up with Gympass, leaders in corporate fitness sales, to offer all its 1,200 employees across 30 UK locations greater opportunities for physical activity. A key challenge for DCS in the past has been finding a wellness programme that is accessible to a geographically dispersed workforce. Now, DCS employees can access over 2,000 fitness facilities from the Gympass network, no matter their location. Furthermore, they can do this at a fraction of the normal membership price, ensuring a huge choice of different activities, at hundreds of locations.

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Cloudmore Partners with Daisy to Streamline Subscription Management and Billing

Daisy to use Cloudmore automation platform to accelerate the adoption of its cloud solutions.

Daisy Corporate Services  has partnered with Cloudmore to power up its cloud subscription services business. Daisy will integrate the Cloudmore platform to automate internal management processes, offer self-service to their customers and automate end-to-end financial reconciliation and billing processes. The Cloudmore portal forms part of Daisys flagship hybrid cloud offering “CloudBridge”.

The Cloudmore subscription management platform is used by some of the world’s largest service providers to streamline the procurement, management and delivery of IT products and services. Daisy plans to use Cloudmore to simplify the procurement and provisioning of services such as Microsoft O365 and Azure – all of which are critical services in the Daisy CloudBridge proposition. This partnership also forms part of a move to consolidate and centralize internal processes, making it easier for sales, provisioning, finance and support to manage a growing number of customer accounts.

Michael Wicander, Cloudmore’s CEO commented: “We are delighted to welcome Daisy Corporate Services on board. Daisy is a significant force in the UK market. We look forward to a close relationship and to providing Daisy with the opportunity to scale and expand their cloud service offer to customers.”

“The Cloudmore platform will really benefit Daisy and its customers. It will enable them to self-serve and will automate and streamline key processes and data for our teams— all from one single, easy-to-use, feature-rich portal, all of which will be integrated with our CloudBridge hybrid cloud proposition” said Richard Beeston, Head of Product at Daisy Corporate Services.

Once the Cloudmore project is complete, Daisy will be able to deliver an optimised digital customer experience for Cloudbridge customers using enhanced tools that allow end-users to flex products and licenses up and down, reconcile detailed costs and view their public-cloud consumption and usage breakdowns. Daisy will also be able to diversify its CloudBridge portfolio of services by adding internal services, new vendors, or adding services already integrated into Cloudmore.