Yorwaste was previously operating with ageing and disparate systems. Their Remote Desktop Solution (RDS) was based on an old operating system and their virtual machines were running older versions of SQL. In addition to this, disk capacity issues were being reported by Microsoft Exchange and their financial accounting software.
The company needed to update their infrastructure and consolidate their IT services with a view to reducing costs and embracing technology best practices. The initial project required the migration of existing services to a virtualised environment, ongoing 24/7 IT support and the delivery of a secure WAN (Wide Area Network) linking Yorwaste’s 19 sites.
Following the identification that their existing infrastructure was no longer capable of delivering the operational requirements needed, Yorwaste went to market to find a new IT partner. After a comprehensive search, Yorwaste chose Aspire as the best-fit provider to meet their needs.