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Oxygen IT, Maxnet offer Christchurch server collocation

28 Feb 2011

Local computer firm Oxygen IT has teamed up with Maxnet to offer free server collocation to businesses affected by last week's earthquake.

Where possible Oxygen IT and Maxnet will also offer a variety of Windows and Linux visualisation offerings for all Canterbury Business requirements.

"Any businesses that wish to run their company remotely for their staff to continue to do business can place their servers with us and we will enable them to achieve this as quickly as possible,” said Oxygen IT Managing Director, Stace Hema.

Since last September's earthquake Oxygen IT says it has been helping the likes of the Alcohol and Drug Helpline and Wired Internet Group work remotely.

"While it is challenging, it has worked,” said Hema.

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