Lockdown is an ideal time for SA SMEs to move servers to the cloud. The 21-day lockdown and the expected economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic make this an ideal time for companies to complete their move to cloud computing, says Sequel Support. “We’re already seeing some sectors suffering serious losses, and we can expect
Business at Sequel Support will continue largely as normal whilst the lockdown is enforced. It is important for us during this trying time to make sure that our staff stay healthy, and our clients stay happy. To accomplish both, we’ve set up a system that allows our staff to work remotely so that any questions,
Sequel Support – Cape Town-based database support specialist, has launched an innovative tool, Hyperion, to automate the monitoring of databases. Hyperion was developed in-house and is already integrated into the company’s managed services offering. Now, however, organisations that perform their own monitoring can buy the tool for a monthly fee per server. “In today’s world,
Sequel Support was founded in 2007, with its mission being to provide specialist information technology skills using a remote support model.