Find out how we help companies in Liverpool with IT Support, Managed IT Servicesand Cyber Security
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Our IT Support services ensure your technology is always up to date and in turn will help your Liverpool to business grow smoothly with peak performance 24/7. This allows your employees to focus on more strategic responsibilities, and not suffer any IT issues.
No matter what problems arise, our IT support specialists will quickly find the solutions, so you enjoy maximum operational efficiency and employee productivity.
If you are looking for a powerful and efficient IT Support Provider in Liverpool, you’re a Business or Public Sector Department based in Liverpool, or surrounding the Liverpool area then our top talented team at Cloudcoco can help you today.
We’ll remove the pressure by ensuring your IT support runs cost effectively and extremely smoothly priding ourselves at the same time on delivering 100% 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.
Cloudcoco, however, ensures you get ahead with fast, effective support that helps your productivity and balance sheet.
We recognise that you may also be based nearby to Liverpool as well, so if you’re looking for IT support in Runcorn, Birkenhead, Bootle, Prescot, Seaforth, Everton, Aintree, St. Helens and you’re not far from our UK IT Support centre based in Warrington and our IT support in Leeds. We would love to help you so please get in touch with us today.
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Cloudcoco are leading the future in the IT industry and across the UK. Our team live and breathe IT and can easily conduct a cost analysis for you and show you how much money you really can save. As well and being a UK accredited Microsoft Consultancy, we also offer through our platforms unrivalled manage IT services. Our passion is to provide business security and protect you against the risk of cyber-attacks as well as deliver a top IT support service for Liverpool.
Below you can find some useful information on Liverpool and how IT really does form a foundation platform for many different business sectors.
We provide leading IT support services in Liverpool to help maximise the cost efficiency and the best customer practises for business, charities, public sectors across the whole of the Liverpool region.
Liverpool enjoys one of the largest economies in the entire UK with notable increases in GVA and employment rates from the mid-1990s to the midmid-2000s – a GVA growth rate of 71.8% from 1995 and 2006; and an employment growth rate of 12% between 1998 and 2006.
In 2017 the Liverpool City Region had the country’s largest growth in real GVA (Gross Value Added): an increase of 3.3%.
Much like the rest of the UK, Liverpool’s economy is predominately represented by public and private service sector industries.
By 2007, more than 60% of employment in Liverpool was made up by jobs within education, banking, health, finance, insurance and public administration.
Whilst there has been a recent decline in this rate, the volume of jobs in these sectors is still higher than average compared to other English cities. Education, health and public administration account for around 40% of the jobs in the city.
The banking, finance and insurance sectors are also well represented in Liverpool with firms such as Alliance & Leicester, Barclays, Bank of Ireland, JPMorgan and Royal Bank of Scotland having offices within the city.
Liverpool has many major call centres and has also seen a growth in the professional advice sector.
There has also been a growth in sectors such as life sciences and media.
IT support is required both by private businesses and the public sector. This is where CloudCoCo PLC can help businesses grow significantly by streamlining their Cyber security and IT solutions.
The city’s impressive architecture has led to it becoming the second most filmed city in the country.
Tourism is another significant part of Liverpool’s economic make-up; it is the 6th most visited city in the country and is among the 100 most visited cities in the world.
2008 saw the city heralded as the European Capital of Culture which gave the cities tourism and leisure industries another big boost.
Liverpool is also one of only a few cities in the world where cruise ships can stop over in the city centre thanks to the cruise liner terminal located near Pier Head.
One of the major tourist draws within Liverpool is its rich musical heritage, in particular the history of world-famous pop group The Beatles.
There are various tours which visit sites of interest for fans such as John Lennon’s childhood home, and the Cavern Club where the band made their debut.
To this day, Liverpool’s port is still one of the most significant in the country and handled in excess of 32.2 million tonnes of cargo in 2008.
As such, the city is the base for the UK operations of many global shipping firms. Another industry Liverpool is known for car manufacturing; it’s home to the Jaguar Land Rover plant at Halewood where models such as the Range Rover Evoque is built.
Records as back as 1190 refer to Lierpul with the name being derived from the terms lifer and pol which mean muddy water and pool respectively.
It is thought that this name referred to a creek into which two streams ran off. A legal record from the early 15th century refers to Leyrpole and it’s also thought that Liverpool could have been derived from elverpool, referring to the large quantity of eels in the Mersey.
Although Liverpool has existed as far back as the 12th century, by the mid-1500s it still had a population of approximately 500 people.
It wasn’t until the 18th century that the city really began to flourish, helped largely by trade of goods such as sugar from the West Indies.
Liverpool’s growth was also helped by the fact that the nearby port of Chester was experiencing issues with silt in the River Dee.
This led to the establishment of the first commercial wet dock in the city in the early 1700s.
Profits from tobacco and the slave trade helped the city to grow, and by the beginning of the 19th century a significant volume of trade was passing through Liverpool.
The city’s economic growth was reflected by the construction of major buildings, signifying wealth and prosperity.
Liverpool’s population continued to increase in size during this period, especially with the influx of hundreds of thousands of Irish migrants who arrived in the mid-19th century due to the Great Famine.
Britain’s role as a market for imported cotton from the USA helped boost Liverpool’s textile industry, and at some points during the 1800s, the wealth of the city surpassed that of London.
With immigrants arriving from all over Europe, Liverpool came to be known as the “New York of Europe,” and to this day is renowned for its rich cultural diversity.
The period after World War I was a rocky one for the city as society simultaneously tried to come to terms with losses of life of young soldiers whilst attempting to integrate war veterans into the economy.
Colonial soldiers and sailors from countries such as India and Africa settled in port cities such as Liverpool which led to racial unrest as competition for jobs and housing became more desperate.
Extensive council housing was erected throughout the city during the 1920s and 30s in a bid to raise standard of living, which led to thousands being moved from the inner-city to suburban housing schemes.
The Great Depression of the early 1930s saw unemployment climb to as high as 30% in Liverpool.
During World War II, Liverpool suffered sever bombing by the Germans; this was as a result of the city being recognised as a key strategic site as it was the site of Britain’s first provincial airport.
Merseyside was subjected to 80 air reads, leading to extensive damage to around 50 per cent of the homes in the area and the loss of thousands of lives.
Liverpool saw a decline in its traditional manufacturing industries during the mid-1970s onwards. By the early 80s unemployment rates in the city were amongst the highest in the entire country.
The latter part of the 20th century saw some recovery in the city’s economy and from the mid-1990s onwards, the city has boasted higher than national average growth rates.
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