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Our IT Support services ensure your technology is always up to date and in turn will help your Bristol business grow even more smoothly with peak performance 24/7 IT Support Helpdesk.
This allows your employees to focus on more strategic responsibilities, and not suffer any IT issues.
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If you are looking for a powerful and efficient IT Support Provider delivering services in Bristol, you’re a Business or Public Sector Department based in Bristol, or even the surrounding areas then outsource your IT Support to our UK leading IT Support Experts here at CloudCoCo and let us take off the pressure.
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Our goal is to ensure your IT support runs cost effectively and extremely smoothly priding ourselves at the same time on delivering outstanding customer care and satisfaction.
These advantages are critical to staying competitive in today’s technology-driven market, where businesses are always trying to do more with less.
But poor IT support holds you back by slowly solving your IT problems without addressing the root cause, which continually drains your time and money.
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CloudCoCo are leading the future in the IT industry and all across the UK as well as Bristol.
We are committed to helping your business grow with IT. Our team live and breathe IT and can easily conduct a security assessment or cost analysis for you to show you how much money you really can save.
Our passion is always to provide business security and protect you against the risk of cyber-attacks as well as deliver a top IT support service for all businesses and local authorities across Bristol.
Home to over 463,000 residents, the English city of Bristol has the largest population in Southwest England. Bristol is bordered by South Wales, Somerset, and Gloucestershire.
Bristol is very popular with tourists and was named as the best city in Britain to live in twice – once in 2014 and once in 2017.
Media and information technology contribute significantly to Bristol's economy. In 2019, digital companies made a total turnover of £7.9 billion.
During this year there were close to 25,000 people employed by digital companies. Outside of London and Manchester, Bristol is the third most attractive city in the country for funding.
The expansion of the tech sector has meant that engineering has been overtaken as the city's leading industry.
In 2020 there were close to 2,000 information technology related job openings in the city, and wages for tech jobs were higher than average for the country.
Bristol's history of microchip design and aerospace industry means that the city is well placed as a centre for technical innovation.
Supercomputing company Cray has its European headquarters in Bristol. With four well renowned universities, Bristol has no shortage of talent for its burgeoning digital and tech sector.
The city is responsible for PowerWave who specialise in wireless technology, the materials company NanoGaN, and the Bristol Robotics Laboratory, who spearhead academic researching into robotics.
Evidence of how strong the city's robotic sector is can be demonstrated by multimillion pound investment in GraphCore and the opening of the Future Space hub.
Other tech firms within the city include Game Boosters who created a network called Silicon Gorge to attract investment for local tech firms.
All of the technical activity and innovation taking place in the city also benefit's Bristol's aerospace sector, as evidenced by Airbus's launch of a £40 million Wing of the Future Centre.
Bristol is also home to 50 micro-electronics and silicon design firms who account for 5,000 employees. Hewlett-Packard have a national research laboratory in the city.
Bristol is one of England's six science cities and is home to the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone, which is geared towards technical, creative, low-carbon industries and was formed in 2012.
Thanks to its skilled workforce from its four universities, Bristol boasts the densest cluster of computer chip makers outside of Silicon Valley.
Ever since the 1200s, Bristol's rivers have been adapted for docks and the city has an extensive history of importing and exporting goods.
By the time of the 1700s, Bristol had become the second busiest port in Britain. Nowadays Bristol's economy is reliant on the financial sector, tourism, media, IT, defence and aerospace.
During the 1900s the aeronautics industry made up a crucial part of the city's economy, and the city still has links to aircraft manufacturing.
Reports from 2018 indicate that Bristol is experiencing exponential growth. In comparison with other major UK cities, Bristol boasts a high GVA rate (gross value added) per head.
This is fifth highest in the country after London, Edinburgh, Glasgow and Belfast. During the 2008 recession Bristol's economy continued to expand whilst most other cities experience economic decline.
Bristol is the only big city in Britain where wealth per capita is greater than that of the country as a whole.
Wholesale and retail accounts for 15.7 percent of Bristol's workforce. In 2008, Cabot Circus opened its doors, a £500 million shopping centre.
This was off the back of predictions that Bristol would enter England's top ten retail destinations.
Whilst the COVID-19 pandemic has inevitably had some adverse effect on Bristol's high street, the city has seen new businesses open in spite of this. Innovation and a move to online business has helped Bristol's independent traders to keep going.
During the middle of the 20th century Bristol had become one of the key manufactures of civil aircraft in the UK.
The town of Filton, six miles north of the centre of Bristol also played a significant role in Bristol's aeronautic manufacturing activities.
During the 1960s, Filton was home to assembly lines for Concorde's supersonic airliner project. Nowadays Bristol's key aeronautical firms are BAE Systems, Airbus, and Rolls-Royce.
Bristol is also home to Cameron Balloons who make hot air balloons. Every year in August Bristol hosts the Bristol International Balloon Fiesta, one of the biggest hot air balloon events in Europe.
Historically renowned for its import and export trade, to this day Bristol still has a thriving port.
The Bristol Port Company runs the commercial docks at Portbury and Avonmouth with an annual revenue of over £75 million.
Goods traded include cars, containers, coal, grain, petroleum, fresh produce and aggregates.
Privatised in 1991, the Port of Bristol trades 12 million tonnes yearly, affording it the status of 15th biggest port in the UK and 10th biggest in England.
In 2009 Bristol was named as one of the top-ten cities in the world by Dorling Kindersely, a renowned international travel publisher.
Some of the city's numerous tourist attractions include Cabot Tower, Brunel's SS Great Britain, Clifton Suspension Bridge, The Curious science museum, and Bristol Museum and Art Gallery. Visitors to the city are also attracted by its bars, clubs and restaurants.
Formerly named the JJB Stadium, the DW Stadium can be found in the Newtown region of Wigan and has a capacity of over 25,000.
The stadium is used by Wigan Athletic football club and Wigan Warriors rugby league football club. Wigan is also home to Robin Park arena which is situated nearby the DW Stadium.
Robin Park Arena is a 1,200 capacity multi-use venue.
During the 1200s until the 1700s, Bristol was in the top three cities outside of London for tax receipts.
By the time of the Industrial Revolution, however, Bristol, Manchester and Liverpool were ahead. In the 15th century, Bristol was the setting off point for initial expeditions into the New World.
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Businesses contract with a third-party service provider that fully manages and supports the company’s IT environment, which results in improved technology performance and time and cost savings.
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