About Us

Let us introduce ourselves…

Who We Are

MirrorSphere are specialists in Data Management. Enabling our customers to secure, migrate and protect their data throughout many different types of organisations. An entrepreneurial organisation with a hands-on-approach, a policy of accessibility and a desire to make things happen – a true people company.

Why Choose Us

Our vision is to simplify and reduce the time and cost that our customers need to refresh their Data Centre and application platforms. We will do this while exceeding expectations by truly understanding client needs and focusing on providing the best possible service and project delivery.

Who We Work With

  • Virgin
  • Bet365
  • Xchanging
  • Hogan Lovells
  • SLR
  • Redbridge
  • Halton

The Management Team

Spencer Dauphin CEO

Spencer is a MirrorSphere founder and an experienced Data Management Consultant who excels in Archiving and Storage Management. Spencer runs the MirrorSphere mothership and continues to work closely with clients at a technical and strategic level. Symantec Enterprise Vault Specialist (STS), VMware Certified Professional (VCP) & Microsoft IT Certified Professional (MCITP)

Kelsa Duffield Sales Director

Kelsa is a MirrorSphere founder. She has also sold some pretty neat Information Management solutions in her time. Kelsa will always go above and beyond the call of duty to support her account base throughout any project. She has an irresistible sense of humour and her account retention is testament to her ambition and tenacity to build long term client relationships.

Chris farmer CTO

Chris joined MirrorSphere in June 2013. An infrastructure architect with specialisms around Virtualization, Storage and Backup and a public cloud expert, he has been instrumental in providing a framework in designing and implementing highly resilient Data Centres for our customers. Chris has a passion for new tech and is always at the forefront of putting it through its paces.

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