Please have a look at the questions above, and if you answer ‘yes’ to just one, please call our 24/7 IT helpdesk today on 0333 455 9885. We can help answer any IT questions you have with our team of IT support sepecialists.
There’s an answer and light at the end of the tunnel, as our super-efficient IT solutions are safe and secure giving you the peace of mind that quality, price and service will never to be compromised.
Outsource your IT to CloudCoCo and we’ll manage remotely with our UK IT expertise, friendly, responsive and highly knowledgeable staff.
Our IT Support services ensure your technology is always up to date and in turn will help your Newcastle Upon Tyne 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.
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 delivering services in Newcastle Upon Tyne, you’re a Business or Public Sector Department based in Newcastle Upon Tyne, or even the surrounding areas then outsource your IT Support to our UK leading IT Support Experts here at CloudCoCo and let us relive the pressure for you.
We’ll save you both time and money and we never compromise on delivering our highly professional IT service from our team of experts.
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, attention and satisfaction.
These advantages are critical to staying competitive in today’s technology-driven market, where businesses are always trying to achieve more with less.
Don’t overspend in your business when it comes to IT. Poor IT support holds you back by slowly solving your IT problems without addressing the root causes.
This can drain the business of time, efficiency, security and money.
CloudCoCo, however, will ensure you stay ahead with fast, effective IT support that helps your productivity and balance sheet.
Please contact us today if you’re looking for IT support and Managed IT services in Newcastle Upon Tyne and the surrounding areas.
We would love to help your business grow by putting the necessary IT solutions in place to pave the way for success and protect your business at the same time. Please get in touch with us today.
Here you can find a list of all the services we can provide to business and local authorities all across Newcastle Upon Tyne to help support and protect their IT.
Focus on growing your business with worry-free IT management and 24/7 IT support
Maximise operational efficiency and data security while minimising hardware costs
Make your business communications more reliable, efficient and affordable
Maintain a powerful business advantage with strategic, results-driven technology
Get maximum value out of all your IT assets without lifting a finger
Optimise and future-proof your network, no matter your location, devices or growth rate
Make all your attack vectors impenetrable and business compliant 24/7/365
Stay ahead of the curve with next-gen, cloud-based infrastructure services and productivity software
CloudCoCo are leading the future in the IT industry and all across the UK as well as Newcastle Upon Tyne.
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 Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Newcastle known for its brown ale, nightlife, celebrity presenting duo Ant & Dec and its stunning seven bridges that cross the River Tyne, specifically Gateshead Millenium Bridge gifted to the city by Queen Elizabeth II in 2002 at a cost of £22 million.
Ouseburn: Under major regeneration currently with the next developmental project about to happen is the Lower Steenbergs Yard on the west bank of the river.
Civic Centre: Preserving this important building is part of the refurbishment programme that will transform the Civic Centre into a modern working environment surrounded by attractive grounds to generate income.
Fourth Yards: This Yard is situated to the west of Central Station on the River Tyne.
This area is a major development opportunity waiting to happen with its busy mixed-use gateway to the city centre.
Newcastle Helix: A leading innovation quarter boasting sustainable urban spaces combining commercial and residential and hosts first class research and education facilities.
The three squares inside this quarter are Blue Star Square to honour the famous Brown Ale blue star, Science Square which has Fry Richardson Avenue coming off it which is homage to Lewis Fry-Richardson, a Newcastle mathematician that invented to the process of weather forecasting, and lastly Knowledge Square.
Stephenson Quarter: Situated near the Central Station the Stephenson Quarter is leading industry office and knowledge district in the Northeast.
With new commercial developments, a college and offices sitting alongside its 4* conference hotel.
Thanks to the strong transport links the work-life balance is growing in Newcastle and largely in the in gaming and creative sector according to a report from PwC in 2017.
More recently the IMD (Index of Multiple Deprivation) indicated that Newcastle ranked 32 in the UK (1 being most deprived) and the Newcastle City Council website indicates high levels of unemployment when looking at the universal credit statistics with low rates of home ownership.
There are a mix of tech companies based in Newcastle; Fintech, Healthtech, Govtech and Digital Product & Services Tech companies.
Accenture, Bede Gaming, DWP, HMRC, BT, Caspian, +add Strategy, Agile Northeast, Atlas Cloud, Arjuna and IBM amongst them.
True Potential is the only UK company (based in the city) that made it onto the Deloitte Tech Fast 50 list three years in a row.
Technology in Newcastle is also supported by the 4 Universities in the city.
According to threebestrated.co.uk Newcastle’s financial services are sewn up by Lowes Financial Management Ltd, Reeves Pension Specialist and Penda Financial Management.
The Newcastle Building Society is a UK wide Building Society but has its head office in Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Newcastle houses some leading corporate service and business brands in the city and in 2020 this city ranked top UK city for businesses adopting technology to gain competitive advantage.
Companies that are in Newcastle of note are: Wardhadaway law firm, Womble Bond Dickson, Norton Rose Fulbright, Muckle LLP, AA, Deloitte, Sky, Virgin Money, Convergys, EY, Sage, Concentrix, and Ubisoft.
Local media presence can be found with Chronical Live, Metro Radio Station, Newcastle Herald and of course BBC Newcastle.
Three universities play host to teaching IT and some exciting opportunities for their students resulting in the area being a strong contender for students to study here.
They offer Newcastle Student Radio that is on air 24 hours a day, The Courier Newspaper and a TV broadcasting network of the same name, The Courier.
The Northeast is responsible for supporting 66,000 jobs inside tourism, making it the fourth largest area for tourism in the country. In 2018 Newcastle contributed £1.76 billion to the UK economy through tourism and directly employed 16,193 people which was up 4.6% from 2017 due to the rise of visitors to the city.
Newcastle has so much to offer a tourist, from galleries like the Hatton Gallery or the Laing Gallery, the shopping areas like Eldon Square, Georgian architecture, museums like the Great North Museum and of course the city is steeped in history.
It is also very well known for its vibrant and entertaining nightlife and not forgetting the city is the home to football club Newcastle United and its incredibly famous football stadium, St James’s Park.
The most visited place in Newcastle though is the Gateshead Millenium Bridge, often referred to as the winking eye.
There is an extensive list of retail opportunities for shoppers in Newcastle. Inside the city are streets like Newgate St, Monument Mall and Eldon Garden Shopping Centre to big retail parks like, Sliver Link, St James’s and Newcastle Retail Parks as well as Kingston and Belvedere Retail Park which sits adjacent to the Tesco and has the highest turnover in the UK.
Cromwell Tools, Natural England and Saint-Gaban as all at the forefront of Newcastle construction and manufacturing companies.
Newcastle Upon Tyne has a tagline, ‘A city that makes history and shapes futures.
Newcastle dates back as far as 2,000 years and first controlled by the Romans but it was the Middle Ages when this town became greatly developed which led Newcastle to being a key city in the Industrial Revolution.
The development in the Middle Ages was largely down to the city becoming a centre for armies to assemble as the civil wars with Scotland gathered pace.
Before long, the first jetties into the sea were formed and the cities import and export trade had begun, trading largely in wool, timber, coal, dairy, fish, salt and hide.
With the arrival of the eighteenth-century Newcastle became the largest centre for printing aside from London, Oxford, and Cambridge.
When the Industrial Revolution came to Newcastle in the nineteenth-century shipbuilding and engineering lead the way alongside being the number one place to produce and export coal.
A school of Medicine and Surgery had been set up in the city in 1834 but the University was established in 1963 and by 1992 there was a second university when Newcastle Polytechnic became Northumbria University.
Please contact CloudCoCo today and speak to one of our UK experts to help with your managed IT services. Your success is our success!
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.