Ascott Moves to LightEdge

Cedar Rapids-based Ascott Transcription Service moves servers/staff to LightEdge business continuity center

June 13, 2008

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DES MOINES, Iowa -- Strong flooding in downtown Cedar Rapids have caused businesses to leave their offices and seek alternative business plans. Ascott Transcription Service, a Cedar Rapids company which provides medical transcription services for Veterans Administration hospitals, today reacted to the flooding by moving company servers and key staff to a business continuity facility located in Altoona, IA.

Ascott, a LightEdge Voice-over-IP and Business Internet customer since 2005, has provisioned a server rack and seats in the business recovery workspace for key employees through an emergency action initiative by LightEdge Solutions. The companys Voice-over-IP phone system will be quickly redirected to phones already provisioned in the workspace.“I’m at a loss for words,” said a still shaken Bernard Gill, the Vice President of Ascott Transcriptions Service. “When our best plans failed, we turned to LightEdge for support and to ensure the survival of our business.”

LightEdge Solutions Inc.

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