Sharp announced a collaborating with SkyKick, a cloud automation and management software supplier.

Sharp manufacturers displays, printers and other electronics. According to the company, the new partnership with SkyKick broadens its selection of European IT services by offering customers seamless cloud transfers and continuous monitoring to assist in safeguarding data.

SkyKick specializes in services for Microsoft 365 migrations, backups and maintenance intended to reduce the hassles of shifting to the cloud. SkyKick’s migration suites and cloud backup services promise to provide Sharp’s clients with a quick, secure, and safe cloud migration experience and ongoing data protection.

What does Sharp have to say about this?

The company announced that the solutions would be backed by Sharp’s pan-European IT Service Helpdesk, which offers clients round-the-clock, multilingual helpdesk support from its European Technology Support Center (ETSC) in Warsaw.

Colin Blumenthal, vice president of IT services at Sharp Europe, said that Sharp is thrilled to work with SkyKick to speed its clients’ path to the cloud, giving them efficient administration and providing certainty that their Microsoft 365 suite of data is wholly backed-up and safeguarded.

The company believes that by making the change, it is cementing its commitment to data protection, preserving consumer confidence, and ensuring that data is always available. Eric Jewett, vice president of SkyKick, said his company is pleased to collaborate with Sharp to support the development of their IT Services offering with Office 365 cloud management.

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