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Local and Central Government – NHS, Inland Revenue, Met Office, Land Registry, Education, Ordnance Survey, City, County and District Councils – have become increasingly reliant on IT and Communication systems for the control, administration and operation of key public services.  Protecting the integrity of PC’s, IT networks, server rooms, communication rooms, call & control centres and data centres that are used to facilitate these public services is therefore essential.  The UPS Ltd products and resources below have been designed to help ensure critical systems are protected.

Great service team and recently I have dealt with the Sales team, finding them to be equally as good. Always ready to help over the phone, and when I have needed on-site assistance they have been out very quickly.”

The whole Department has been so supportive this year, the University has had a really challenging year and have required the help of the Service team, Sales team and Admin team. On every occasion we have always had a great service and I have only had positive experiences to date. Thank you so much from The Estates Department at the University Of Warwick. I look forward to another year of dealing with your company.

Michael Keenan
Electrical Services Officer, University of Warwick

Reducing our carbon emissions is an ongoing commitment for the council… The newPowerWAVE 9000DPA UPS system was able to deliver a 37-tonne reduction.

Nicola Winser
Carbon Management Officer, West Sussex County Council

The service and installation was outstanding.

Mike Copeland
Contracts Supervisor, Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council

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