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December and January hours

5 December 2023 08:43:29 +0000

In advance of the end of the year our office will be closed from 9 to 17 December, inclusive, and will reopen on Monday 18 December. Emergency support will continue to be available 24/7, but routine emails and enquiries will be dealt with on the 18th.

Over the Christmas and New Year period we will be closed from 23 December to 3 January, also inclusive. As always though, emergency support will continue to be available 24/7, and our servers will continue to be maintained and monitored 24/7. Those functions never sleep … or party. 🙂

Thank-you for your patronage in 2023. Although we don’t email all of you dozens of times a week we appreciate every one of you and your business and support. Thank-you again.

We wish you, your families, your employees and colleagues all the best over this season, however you choose to use or celebrate this quiet time.

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