We offer a range of IT support and server support services to help make your business run more efficiently. If your company relies on computers then it makes sense to outsource your IT functions to experts who already deal with a wide range of companies with IT needs similar to your own. Ultimately, outsourcing is likely to save you money by allowing you to concentrate on building your business rather than wasting time building your own IT functions.
Having been in business since 2004, we have built up a diverse range of clients ranging across many different industries. No matter whether your business is large or small we should be able to provide a solution that is tailored to your needs.
Server Consultancy offers desktop and server support suitable for companies of any size. Whether you need a standalone small business server linked to a few desktops or clustered servers to feed data to scores of computers, we can provide you with the support you require.
From our London base we can provide rapid response times to fix IT problems 24 hours a day, seven days a week. We aim to provide permanent solutions to problems that come up as opposed to temporary quick fixes. Our knowledgeable, well equipped team has helped us grow to be one of the leading server support companies in London.
As a Microsoft Certified Partner, Server Consultancy is able to offer Microsoft Office 365 to our customers. This is a version of Microsoft’s market leading Office suite that is designed to run from a cloud server. We offer this as a subscription service to customers. It allows businesses access to up to date software in a more cost effective fashion than the traditional model of buying software licenses.
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