SystemLabs acquires second company

IT company SystemLabs has made a second business acquisition in as many months. The latest acquisition is that of Red-Alert, a cyber security and communication company which specialises in providing managed services and security solutions for small to medium enterprises.

The move sees SystemLabs, which provides a unique offering of IT professional services, development and security to businesses across the Channel Islands, the Isle of Man and the UK, enhance its current offering of security products as well as secure internet telephony services.

The acquisition will also see them take over the management of Red-Alert’s clients across the Channel Islands and in the UK. The acquisition of Red-Alert is part of a growth plan for the local company which is designed to meet the rise in demand for its services among clients.

Jamie McDonald, Director and Head of Infrastructure said, “The pandemic saw a massive shift in how people worked and an increase in the need for cyber security. In addition, internet telephony replaced traditional in-office phone networks and the acquisition of Red-Alert means we are not only expanding our existing services but adding another layer of support to our existing customers. We also look forward to welcoming a host of new clients in the Channel Islands and the UK.”

(Pictured: L-R Chris Rowe, Jamie McDonald, Alex Blackwell and Steve Quinn)


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