|Nov 11, 2019,|
|Fusion Technology Solutions|
FTS provides support after Kincade Fire
Fusion Technology Solutions, Sonoma County’s premier IT-infrastructure, services and support provider, today announced an immediate significant donation to the Sonoma County Resilience Fund to assist in their efforts to provide housing solutions and trauma assistance for victims of the Kincade Fire.
In addition, through November 15th 2019, the company is offering businesses whose IT infrastructure was affected by fire or smoke damage, power surges or other fire-related technical issues special reduced rates for emergency assistance.
“After a very trying and frightening week, we are grateful to be able to return to our homes and offices and resume our regular daily routines. We will do everything we can to help our neighbors and our community get back to ‘business as usual’ as quickly as possible.” said Scott Schulze, Director of Operations.
The Fusion team also urges all businesses in fire-prone areas to take the time now to review their backup strategy and disaster recovery protocols. Schulze will provide free consultation and advice to fellow small business owners on how to keep operating when there are power outages or fires and floods that prevent physical access to their offices.
For more information, contact Scott at email@example.com or visit https://www.fusiontechnologysolutions.com.
Fusion Technology Services is an IT Support/Managed Services Provider and Cloud Services Integrator, aiming to help businesses maintain a healthy computer network environment while providing the best solutions at a competitive price in Data, Wireless, Video, Backup and other IT Services.
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