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Your DBA team deserves a holiday too

Your DBA needs a break, but while they are away can you afford for your data not to be protected?

DBA on holiday

dsp are offering a free, no obligation, 3 month, managed services trial so that your databases are not left unsupported*.

Not sure why you would need summer cover support? Without support many things may go wrong which could lead to; loss of important data, critical system outage, degradation of performance, poor service to users and delays in projects.

dsp has a dedicated, highly skilled managed services team who have experience in providing Oracle database support, Microsoft SQL Server support and Oracle E-Business Suite support. With the summer support cover dsp can offer; fully supported systems 24*7, comprehensive monitoring, seamless handovers all through a structured ITIL service desk with transparent incident logging.

Get in touch today for further details and to see if you qualify*.

Go on – your DBA deserves a holiday too 🙂

Contact JP Janvier on +44 (0) 203 328 9721 or email JP.Janvier@dsp.co.uk

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