Jacksonville, FL (PRWEB) September 16, 2008 — rackAID, a leading managed service provider, has announced that they have joined the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce and the Jacksonville Information Technology Council (JITC).
The Jacksonville Regional Chamber of Commerce, started in 1884, fosters economic development by supporting the growth of more than 4500 area businesses, helping to attract and establish new businesses and creating a healthy and inclusive business environment.
“I like to be involved in the local business community. I am looking forward to the meetings and events sponsored by the Jax Chamber. There are some prominent IT firms here in Jacksonville. Through the IT Council, we get to see what others in our area are doing and cultivate new business relationships,” said Jeff Huckaby, president rackAID. “Partnerships are critical to expanding our services beyond server management and into other areas such as managed PCI compliance and server backup solutions.”
The JITC creates a clearing house for IT organizations to come together and increase the strengths and relationships within the local Jacksonville IT community. Members include IT directors, staff and others with a keen interest in technology.
Those interested learning more about the Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce, or any of the programs that organization supports are invited to visit the Chamber website at www.myjaxchamber.com.
Recently, rackAID announced a managed PCI compliance program tailored to small businesses. This new service follows the launch of a managed server backup solution earlier this year.
rackAID provides on-demand IT management services suitable for small businesses. The company offers server management, patch management, monitoring and disaster recovery solutions for Linux-based systems. The company’s small business clients benefit from better security, availability and reliability in their online operations.