Find out how we help companies in Manchester and Greater Manchester with IT Support,
Managed IT Services and Cyber Security
Our IT Support services ensure your technology is always up to date and in turn will help your Manchester 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 solve them so you enjoy maximum operational efficiency and employee productivity.
If you are looking for a powerful and efficient IT Support Provider in Manchester you’re a Business or Public Sector Department based in Manchester, or even Greater Manchester 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 Manchester as well, so if you’re looking for IT support in Stockport, Leigh, Stretford, Ashton Under Lyne, Rochdale, Bury, Bolton, Sale, Wythenshawe, Hyde and you’re not far from our UK IT Support centre based in Warrington. 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 Manchester.
Often considered by many to be the “capital of the North,” Manchester is a vast city and metropolitan borough located within the English county of Greater Manchester.
The city has many claims to fame including being the host of the 2002 Commonwealth Games. Manchester saw the first inter-city passenger railway station in the world back in 1830 and is also famous for being the place where Ernest Rutherford originally split the atom in the early 20th century.
Manchester boasts one of the biggest economies in the whole of England.
Alongside Birmingham, Manchester is considered to be the UK’s most internationally influential cities outside of London and is not far from our IT Head Quarters based in Leeds.
Its diverse array of industries include finance and business services, law, tourism, media, real estate, biotechnology, and advanced manufacturing.
Many companies have their headquarters sited in Manchester, a fact which bears testament to the city’s global business renown.
Manchester is the biggest regional corporate finance and stockbroking centre in the UK and has over 60 banks operating within the city.
Many of these banks are located within Spinningfields, a vast new business district which is considered by many to be Manchester’s equivalent to London’s Canary Wharf.
The city has many assets to strengthen its position as a leading city for business including high speed rail links to London, direct flights to global financial cities such as New York and Frankfurt, and the highly renowned Manchester Business School.
There have been many big construction developments within Manchester, including NOMA, the biggest development project in the entire country.
The name is a nod to SOMA in San Francisco, a similarly vast and ambitious development project.
There are also a number of exciting new developments in the pipeline including Manchester Airport City and the Atlantic Gateway project which are valued at £800 million and £50 billion respectively.
A pedestrian zone at Market Street comprises the centre of Manchester’s retail district, and is home to many upmarket brands and premium retailers including Selfridges, Harvey Nichols and Marks and Spencer.
During the festive season, many Christmas markets pop up in Albert Square and the surrounding area, serving shoppers mulled wine and German sausage.
Manchester benefits from lightning fast fibre optic broadband with speeds of up to 200 Mbit/s, a great asset for the city’s businesses.
MediaCityUK is based in Manchester and is regarded as an important hub for television and other media within the UK. BBC and ITV Granada are among the media companies with a presence here.
Manchester is also known for its myriad digital companies including web development, online PR and marketing.
Many of these companies are represented on Manchester Digital, a site that serves to promote and develop the city’s digital commerce scene.
Manchester is the most visited city in England after London, and the third most visited in the UK with Edinburgh in second place.
The city’s rich musical heritage and culture have inspired the imaginations of countless tourists over the years.
There are plenty of museums, galleries and architectural spectacles for visitors to check out.
Aside from impressive architecture, the city is also home to various nature reserves including Boggart Hole Clough, Chorlton Water Park and Highfield Country Park.
The city is incredibly famous for its football clubs Manchester United and Manchester City. Between them, they draw in the most revenue of any city in the UK for football.
Many top sporting brands have a presence in the city as well including Adidas, Reebok and Umbro.
Old Trafford and the National Football Museum are among the city’s most popular and well-known sporting landmarks.
From prestigious restaurants to independent food retailers, Manchester is a dream come true for foodies. Famous spots include the “Curry Mile” and the Chinatown district which boasts a wealth of Asian restaurants.
There are a number of acclaimed bars in and around the city, catering to everything from cocktails and craft beer to artisanal wines.
There are three universities in Manchester – the University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan University, and Royal Northern College of Music.
Cloudcoco are pleased to provide our global e-learning service to Universities across the world, who wish to study online via our Manchester Universities.
The University of Manchester is renowned for the Manchester Business School which holds second place in the UK for research and is considered overall to be one of the best business schools in Europe. As a result, it is heavily targeted by employers.
Along with Birmingham, Manchester is often considered to be ‘the second city of the UK.’ With its bustling business districts and compelling cultural history, it’s easy to see why this is the case.
Manchester’s location makes it the premier choice as a distribution hub for a large number of international companies.
Its central location places it within relatively easy reach of both Edinburgh to the north and London to the south. Manchester Airport features the World Freight Terminal, a bustling hub for international cargo.
The investment in Manchester’s Airport City by Beijing Engineering Construction Group led to DHL moving many of its operations here.
The city is also the site of Trafford Park, the biggest industrial estate in Europe.
Scattered stone tools and other evidence indicate human activity in the area of Manchester as far back as Prehistoric and Bronze Age eras.
The city’s name is derived from the Roman fort of Mancunium of which the civilian settlement associated with points to the origins of the city.
By the advent of the 16th century, Manchester had grown into a prosperous market town thanks to its flourishing wool trade.
It was around this time that the textile trade began to take off, and Manchester remained a market town right up until towards the end of the 19th century when the Industrial Revolution saw the establishment of water power cotton mills for mechanised spinning and weaving of cloth.
Cotton, imported via the port at Liverpool, saw a significant revolution of the textile industry in Manchester. Indeed, the city was often referred to as “Cottonopolis” as recently as recently as the mid 1850’s.
It was around about this time that a branch of the bank of England was formed in Manchester, cementing its status as a major centre of industry.
In comparison, I was 2.5 months deep into ongoing conversations with another larger supplier and no where near a price.It was a different world with Cloudcoco.
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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.
No problem! Many of our clients have their own internal IT support person or department to handle their day-to-day IT needs. But we can become an extension of your business, providing as much IT consulting and support as you need.
Absolutely! As part of our Managed IT Services agreement, we offer unbiased technology recommendations and negotiate with vendors on your behalf to ensure you get the best products at the best prices.
The benefits can range from your balance sheet to your business performance to your peace of mind. You can:
Our certified business IT specialists respond to support requests within one hour, guaranteed. We are on 24/7 standby to solve even your most complicated issues.