Harvard in telecoms win

Telecoms provider Resilient Networks has called in Harvard to target IT heads and business continuity bosses in the run up to the London 2012 Olympics.

Resilient: remote telecoms
Resilient: remote telecoms

The firm, which helps companies maintain service during faults and emergencies by hosting their telecoms remotely, has not used a PR agency before.

With transport bosses asking for a third of Londoners to work from home during next year's Olympics, to avoid overcrowding, Harvard will use this to highlight Resilient Networks' services.

Harvard MD Louie St Claire said: 'We will use the Olympics as way to hit home how Resilient Networks can help companies stay productive.'

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