Reskube announces wider roll-out of remote working solution

The team that launched Fortress Availability Services has rolled out its enterprise grade remote-working resilience solution, Reskube.

Created to manage the risks associated with inadequate broadband, power outages and unsecure connections, Reskube is designed to provide seamless connectivity for both mission-critical work and day-to-day efficiency by constantly monitoring the supply of home internet and power. If either drop, Reskube is designed to provide back up instantly. Developed in partnership with APC Schneider Electric and made in the UK, Reskube is available via Computacentre and Kyndryl.

Andrew Lawton, CEO of Reskube, said: “Working from home is here to stay, meaning that businesses across the country face growing risks to their operations as power and network outages threaten critical and day-to-day work.

“A home resilience solution is essential for businesses undertaking time and mission critical work at home, as well as those who rely on a seamless connection for productivity. The Reskube will be a de facto inclusion in the homeworker set up – alongside laptop, phone and broadband, enabling businesses to take back control of their productivity and deliver their best work, uninterrupted.

“We already have a number of key financial services and media companies committed to using Reskube to ensure their key staff can work uninterrupted while at home and to support global demand we will be launching in the US, Europe and India later this year. Our vision is for connectivity to be constant, secure and seamless for every single remote worker everywhere.”

Christian Enriquez, global product manager at APC Schneider Electric, added: “The Reskube is an elegant solution to a surprisingly complex and messy problem, enabling those doing time critical or high value work the confidence to work from home. This will reduce the risk of interruptions to the delivery of critical business services or of cyber security breaches that could negatively impact organisations financially, operationally or reputationally. At the same time, it also has the potential to boost productivity and wellbeing across the wider hybrid workforce.”

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