Cloud 9 Hosts provide Hardware platform for new Water UK site
Cloud 9 Hosts are delighted to announce their hardware services are being used to run the new Water UK website – water.org.uk
UK – September 2014 – Water UK represents all major statutory water and wastewater service supply organisations in England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland, working at national and European level for a strong water industry on behalf of their members and the interests of all their stakeholders.
Over the years the website has grown dramatically, with a large document library and behind the scenes functionality. The site is regularly referenced by major news channels such as BBC, ITN and Sky and receives site traffic in the tens of thousands each month.
Neil Dhot of Water UK said: “Cloud 9 do a great job and ensure we have a website and other essential communication tools that helps us present the water sector and our organisation in the best possible way.”
Graham Saul, Managing Director from Cloud 9 Hosts said: “We are naturally very pleased that Water UK have chosen us to host their website. Our mainstream offering is providing Cloud based services to customers in our own datacentre, and this was an interesting project to work on from the start.”
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