The RSA (Royal Society for the Encouragement of Art, Manufactures and Commerce) was left with a huge problem when the company working on and co-hosting its SAGE website went into liquidation.

The organisation had just two weeks to find someone who could host the site and provide the support they required. One of their key funders recommended Quiet Storm and after a single phone call from Anita Beardsley, RSA Forum Manager, we stepped in to save the site.

The website is to promote the exchange of environmental information for the sustainable development of our world. This was successfully transferred to the Royal Society for Nature Conservation's server which is managed and maintained by Quiet Storm.

Since then we have worked with Anita Beardsley to create a new interactive site that is easy to navigate, can be used to search for information, book lecture places on line and has many other features which benefit the 2500 plus visitors a month.

"But above all it could not be simpler to update. Using the Quiet Storm 'Easy Edit Toolbar' any RSA staff can make changes to the site directly on screen, seeing exactly what they are doing as it happens. It's as easy as using Word," said Anita.

The site can be found at:

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