Datacraft reports that it doesn’t have access to its Christchurch office but has identified alternative temporary premises to provide a base for its staff.
CEO Robin Hartendorp says remote diagnosis and service restoration is taking place from its Wellington and Auckland monitoring centre.
“We plan to set up video-conferencing facilities in our temporary Christchurch office for clients who want to communicate with Auckland and Wellington,” he says.
“We will offer temporary hosting of equipment in our Auckland and Christchurch data centre facilities.”
Datacraft is developing an “office in box” solution for clients who will be setting up temporary facilities.
“Our vendor partners and distributors have extended offers of emergency stock, and Microsoft has offered to provide hosted mailbox services for those clients who have lost their mail systems,” he says.
Datacraft, which now owns Integral-Axon, has around 10 clients in Christchurch. Hartendorp says staff are dealing with these as a priority.