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A Cornish data management company showcased its new brand to business leaders at the Pool Innovation Centre yesterday.

Data-Frame, formally known as Forward-ITC, was the first company to launch a fully-managed online backup service for businesses and it remains at the cutting edge of data management systems and legislation.

The company has rebranded following a change in the business structure and remodelling of services. The company now offers extended services to businesses across the UK, providing a national data management solution from their base in Cornwall.

Director Rojer Isaacson said: “Over the past few years the services we offer has changed and the time was right to rebrand the business to reflect this. Being based in Cornwall we have access to some of the fastest internet connection speeds in the UK, meaning that we can compete with the very best in the business.

“We are a small specialist business, all we do is data management, which means we do it particularly well. And as we can tap straight into the backbone of the internet through superfast connections we can provide our specialist service to companies throughout the UK.”

The launch event was held at Cornwall’s newest office and meeting space development, Pool Innovation Centre, which boasts some of the fastest internet connection speeds in the county. More than 30 people attended the data management seminar and had the chance to try out the services through interactive demonstrations.

To celebrate the relaunch, and to show how confident Data-Frame is about its services, it is offering businesses a free 30-day trial. To apply click here and follow the link from the home page.

The extended team involved with the remodelling and rebranding of Data-Frame were CF Systems, Big Brave Dog, UKNetWeb, Niddocks Internet Marketing, Brand Innovations and Firegrass Communications.

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