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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 Reading 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 Reading, you’re a Business or Public Sector Department based in Reading, or even the surrounding areas then outsource your IT Support to our UK leading IT Support Experts here at CloudCoCo and let us relieve 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 in turn drain the business of time, efficiency and money. Also, a potential compromise in security.
CloudCoCo, however, will ensure you stay ahead with fast, effective IT support that helps your productivity and balance sheet. We also want to make sure your business is safe and secure in the event of any cyber-attack.
Please contact us today if you’re looking for IT support and Managed IT services in Reading 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 Reading 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
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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 Reading.
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 Reading.
The largest urban area in the UK not yet to be a given city status. Set in the Thames Valley in Berkshire at the confluence of the River Thames and the River Kennet.
It has major railway lines with Great Western main line and access to the M4 corridor. In mid 2018 the population was at 337,108.
Known for the three B’s; Beer from Simonds Brewery, Bulbs from Sutton Seeds, and Biscuits from Huntley and Palmers.
Three major companies hold their Headquarters in Reading; Microsoft a computing company, Oracle an American database software and technology company, and Hibu formerly known as Yell Group.
Prudential, Pepsico, and Wrigley all have large office presence in the town too and global pharmaceutical giant, Bayer Life Science relocated their offices to Green Park Business Park in 2016.
With huge impactful companies like these operating in Reading it has certainly leant itself to growth.
The commuter community is huge, estimated at 30,000 inward bound arrivals compared to only 24,000 departures.
The Oracle Shopping Centre, the annual Reading Festival, Reading Half Marathon, and the University of Reading brings huge economy to the town.
Reading does not yet have city status. It has applied three times in total the last time being nine years ago.
They are about to make a new bid for the celebration of Queen Elizabeth’s 70th Platinum Jubilee on February 6th, 2022. They are a strong contender with economic strength, connectivity via all the transport links and a big historical identity. Competitor cities are Swindon, Medway, Dudley, Boston, Southend on Sea, Newport, Middlesbrough, and Wrexham.
Reading businesses and organisations have also come together to form Reading City of Sanctuary.
This is a where a network of businesses is building a culture of kindness and for those fleeing violence in their own countries.
This scheme is supported by organisations like Thames Valley Police, Red Cross, Amnesty International and Reading University.
A growing number of service industry companies are placing specialised offices in Reading. At the last count there were 1,500 financial and professional companies based in Reading.
The local paper is the Reading Chronicle which comes out every Thursday, radio stations locally are BBC Radio Berkshire and Heart Thames Valley FM, but Reading can also listen into London’s Capital Fm and The Breeze.
Reading also has a local TV station, That’s Thames Valley and its own publishing company Two Rivers Press.
Media celebrities are aplenty from Reading. Just a handful are:
With companies like Microsoft, Oracle and Cisco understanding that Reading is a great place to be outside of London as the town is remarkably close, is within easy distance to Heathrow Airport and has new talent coming out of Reading University’s Enterprise Centre.
Green Park and Thames Valley Science Park are where the cluster of technology companies are working out of.
Reading use the tagline; Visit Reading, - a culture place, business space and living base.
The town is contrasted between beautiful historical architecture and history dating back to 800 AD to its modern tech business buildings and huge shopping centre.
Shopping is a huge draw for visitors, but it is also surrounded by stunning countryside, the Abbey ruins, and Forbury Gardens.
A major retail town with the infamous Oracle shopping mall which is three storeys high and offers 4000 people employment.
In 2007 an independent poll rated Reading 16th in UK for best performing retail centre and since then this town has had huge growth.
Other than the Oracle Shopping Centre there is the main shopping street, Broad St and Broad Street Shopping Mall, and Forbury Retail Park. It is estimated that the shopper population in the town is 300,000.
Manufacturing and construction in Reading are big business with such a growing and vibrant city developers and construction companies of the business parks are kept busy.
With companies like Virgin Media moving into a 12,000 sq foot unit and Sanofi relocating from Maidenhead and SSE relocating from Basingstoke the town is on track to be the fastest growing town in the UK.
Reading can be found as far back as the 8th century where there is evidence of trading happening in the town.
Around the same time in the Middle Ages, it seemed to have been a hub for the ecclesiastical. This was also when it was recorded that the largest and richest Abbey was built, certainly inside medieval times as it was founded by Henry I in 1121.
Incidentally, the once King is also buried there. Sadly, all that is left of this Abbey now are ruins as Henry VIII had the building destroyed in 1538 as part of the dissolution of monasteries.
By 1525 Reading became the largest town with a booming cloth trade but during the English Civil War Reading was all but destroyed.
1651 saw Rading come fighting back in the Glorious Revolution. We know Reading was a rich town, in fact the tenth richest in the UK according to the recorded taxable wealth table.
In the eighteenth century major ironworks arrived in Reading and with this the birth of the brewing trade.
Turnpike roads also had a major impact on the success of the town as it meant it was on the major coach routes.
The nineteenth century saw Great Western Railway further developing the town and its brewing, baking and seed manufacturing.
Today Reading is a major commercial centre especially in Technology and Insurance.
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