Zen Launches New Growth Products

Zen Internet has announced the addition of three new products to its expanding business portfolio of connectivity services. Zen Business Mobile, Office 365 from Zen and F-Secure from Zen will all launch this month.

Office 365 gives small businesses the familiar Microsoft Office applications they rely on, alongside the flexibility of cloud computing. Staff can access documents and collaborate on projects wherever they are, as long as they have an internet connection. Office 365 from Zen adds award-winning service and support to an attractive package.

F-Secure is a complete and cost-effective cyber security solution for business, offering advanced virus and malware protection. F-Secure is hosted in the cloud, making it an effortless way for SMBs to stay safe online.

With Zen Business Mobile, Zen is offering SMBs an easy route to the benefits of a flexible, mobile workforce. Mobile technology is increasingly central to working life, and Zen Business Mobile provides small businesses with a range of transparent, flexible and affordable mobile packages to precisely suit their needs.

Andrew Fryatt, Managing Director, Small Business and Residential, said: “Zen grew from a start-up, so we know what entrepreneurs need in terms of affordable and effective IT solutions to drive their businesses forward. This exciting launch adds three more excellent products to our portfolio, giving SMBs a complete connectivity solution.

“We practice what we preach and our own employees are using everything we recommend to our small business customers.”
The launch is part of a significant ongoing investment in products and services by Zen, which will also see a major expansion of the company’s carrier grade network.

“We know that our customers want more advanced services, even greater reliability and top drawer customer support,” says Mr Fryatt. “Our investment in new products and an expanded network demonstrates our commitment to giving them the services they want in the way they want them.”

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David Dungay

Editor - Comms Business Magazine