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 and speak to our team of UK IT support specialists.
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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 Preston 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 Preston, you’re a Business or Public Sector Department based in Preston, or even the surrounding areas then outsource your IT Support to our UK leading IT Support Experts here at CloudCoCo. We can help secure your networks and pave the way for your business IT to grow with 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 Preston and the surrounding areas.
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Here you can find a list of all the services we can provide to business and local authorities all across Preston 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 Preston.
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 Preston.
Preston is a city sitting on the north bank of the River Ribble in Lancashire. Preston became the UK’s 50th city on the anniversary of Queen Elizabeth II 50th reign of England.
Preston has a growing population of 114,300.
New industry of electrical goods manufacturing arrived in Preston during the interwar years and the construction sector had a boom as 3,000 council houses were built between 1920 and 1939.
An economic decline hit Preston in the 1970’s as a major textiles factory (Courtaulds) closed and with it 3,000 jobs were lost, and this was closely followed by the closure of the docks in the early 1980’s meaning there was mass unemployment in Preston during a UK recession.
In April 2012 it was reported that Preston’s unemployment rate rose 15% however in November 2018 the city was named ‘most improved city’ as it ranked above the national average for health, transport, a work / life balance for its residents and the skill of the young adult population was vastly improving.
Despite all this early adversity today Preston is excelling in tertiary education and research.
Preston is also a major centre for BAE Systems, a British aerospace industry and this is the UK’s principal military aircraft design, development, and manufacture supplier.
Its headquarters are there, as well as major facilities and offices.
Telecommunications giant Carphone Warehouse is also based there employing 800 employees.
As Preston sits in the centre of the M6, M55, M65, and M61 it is an ideal place for freight and haulage companies to reside, for example James Hall, supplier of produce to the Spar stores has the biggest office in Preston located on Bowland View.
The benefits of UCLan (University of Central Lancashire based in Preston) are felt across Lancashire as well as the city as it has become an important and major employer.
Preston is currently about to undergo some major regeneration work with vision to transform itself into a vibrant hub where culture, heritage, retail, and business all meet.
Planned use of under used or land left unused alongside creating more jobs and pedestrianising the city centre will go a long way to revitalising this city.
One of the offices for the National Nuclear Laboratory is based in Springfields, Preston. This company works on nuclear physics, design, and manufacture of nuclear fuels, they provide specialist analytical services and process chemistry.
Police in Preston have launched a new roadside identity technology that can match the photo of a driver taken at the roadside to the driving licence picture held on the DVLA database.
This allows automatic confirmation that the driver is who they say they are.
The financial and professional sector of the city sits in centre on Winckley Square and there you will find a huge selection of consultancies, insurance firms and law firms.
Local Preston radio stations other than BBC Preston are Greatest Hits Lancashire, Rock FM, community radio Preston Fm, student radio Pulse Radio, internet radio station City Radio Preston and Ramadan Radio broadcasting on during the Muslim Lunar month of Ramadan.
The local paper is the Lancashire Evening Post published six days a week.
As well as this there is Blog Preston which is a website that provides the community with up-to-date news and views in and around the city.
Many notable media celebrities were born in Preston:
Wander amongst the Georgian buildings on Winckley Square or take in the beauty that Miller Park and Avenham have on show, the Harris Museum and Art Gallery is stunning lit up at night or have a stroll around the dock which was once Europe’s biggest single dock bowl.
Most shopping is centred around the main shopping street, Fishergate and all the roads and streets off this one.
Many big brand commercials but also lots of independents too. Lots of local markets too including a maker’s market.
Shopping malls include Fishergate Shopping Centre, Miller Arcade, St John’s Shopping Centre, St George’s Shopping Centre with retail parks like Capitol Centre and Deepdale Shopping Park.
Once Preston became a city it was opened up to new interest from developers particularly in the residential sector.
Homes and new apartments were built which are now struggling to be bought but there is new demand for office and hotel space as it was announced that a new Central Business District is being planned.
With evidence of a Roman road leading to Walton-le-Dale on the south bank of the river means that the Romans had at one point settled in the city.
The name Preston means ‘priest’s settlement’ and this small parish town was granted a Guild Merchant Charter in 1179 to become a market town.
For years, the locals had woven local wool into textiles inside their houses so with this new opportunity they started a textile trade.
In the 13th century a large amount of Flemish settled in the city, and they grew the trade further. Sir Richard Arkwright was born in the town, and he is well known for inventing the spinning wheel.
Preston has been described as the boomtown of the industrial revolution through the textiles industry which led to large industrial plants being built there and the engineering sector was born.
The textile industry for Preston fell into decline in the mid-20th century.
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