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I.T Support Services

August 24th, 2016

I.T Support Southampton

Flexible & Cost Effective I.T Services tailored to your needs

 

We are an I.T Specialist and cover business in Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire and Sussex.

 

Specifically in Southampton, Winchester, Romsey, Salisbury, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Poole, Blandford, Basingstoke

 

Virtual Touchscreen Support

 

 

Have you got an ever increasing list of I.T niggles?

 

Not had a fixed price quote?

 

Still paying Block Pay or Per Hour?

 

 

Our Fixed Cost I.T Support and Installation Services can be tailored to your business and budget so you know from the outset what to expect …..

 

  • Fixed Cost I.T Support Contracts

 

  • Fixed Cost Server, Computer I.T Installations

 

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  • Proactive Monitoring for businesses reliant upon I.T

 

  • Help Desk Support

 

  • Monthly Payment Plans

 

 

Our Expert I.T Services are unique, we have a tailored I.T service that will fit your business, requirements and budget. Our support desk service will be an natural extension to your business,

 

Wouldn’t you like your business to have it’s own I.T department?

 

If you are looking to replace or upgrade your I.T Systems for your business and want an informed and experienced I.T company that specialises in the requirements of small and medium sized business give us a call.

 

We can offer you a confidential, no obligation discussion on your I.T requirements.

 

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Give Your I.T a sense of direction

 

We are an I.T Specialist and cover business in Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire and Sussex. Specifically in Southampton, Totton, Romsey, Eastleigh, Winchester, Salisbury, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Poole, Blandford, Basingstoke

 

If you have concerns with your I.T Security or have any questions about your network give us a call.

 

We are experts in just about anything I.T

 

 

Century IT Services are based in Totton, Southampton. Hampshire and can help you with the installation or on going I.T support of your computer, server and network.

 

We offer a broad range of I.T services covering, internet, email, anti-spam, anti-virus solutions, we are experts in virtually anything Microsoft Server based and have extensive troubleshooting skills.

 

If you have an ever growing list of I.T niggles or need a server, or network installed, you have come to the right place.

 

You can contact us on Tel. 023 80 070101 or email us at sales@century-it.co.uk for a confidential, no obligation discussion of your requirements

 

 

Ransomware Protection Advice

September 3rd, 2016

 

We have had many enquiries about ransomware from businesses and what can they do to reduce the chances of them being infected or losing data.

 

And unfortunately enquires from businesses asking for help in data recovery after being hit with ransomware.

 

 

What is Ransomware

 

Ransomware is a new type of virus technology with is prolific across the internet.

 

It has become so common place that more customers are being affected by this type of virus than any other type of virus at this time

 

It is usually spread through email SPAM as an attachment or clickable link within an email

 

Ransomware relies on 2 specific tactics to infect your computer

 

·       Delivery of virus / mechanism through spam email

 

·       Activation of virus is through human error or lack of judgement

 

 

I have Anti-Virus software so I am protected – WRONG

Unfortunately, you could never be more wrong, in an ideal world your anti-virus software would detect and stop every virus and the whole topic of viruses and ransomware would become a topic you would read about in history books.

 

This ideal scenario doesn’t exist in the present time and probably won’t so far as money can be made by extorting businesses and individuals.

 

Why isn’t it being detected by my Anti-Virus software

A recent study by a global anti-virus software manufacturer Sophos found that there were around 20,000 different variants of Ransomware being created every day.

 

How Can I Get Infected?

Ransomware Viruses are man-made, and propagated through email and activated through user intervention and lack of human judgement

 

 

What can I do to reduce the Risk of Ransomware

There is no single silver bullet here, and to reduce your risk of exposure to Ransomware there are number of steps you can do

 

1)      Backup often and keep numerous previous backups or file versions

 

Ransomware will hijack your files and turn them into a format which you will no longer able to read without paying a ransom.

 

A business which has no data, can’t operate and will go into liquidation

 

By having a wide choice of backups to restore from reduces your risk of data loss exponentially

 

2)      Try to use offline backups types, i.e. ones that once you have backed up your data are physically removed from the network.

Try not to use hard drives and NAS Drives as your primary backup medium.

Ransomware spreads by infecting and copying itself to all network drives and shares, this means that it will not only infect your data, it could also infect and render your backups useless.

Hard Drive backups or NAS Drive Backups should be considered a poor man’s backup and due to their physical constraints are in effect just a hard drive on the network, prime to be infected by any slightly capable virus.

 

3)      Patch often and early

 

You should ensure that all computers, laptops, tablets and servers are patched early and often.

 

When considering patching, the immediate thought processes is Microsoft Windows, although you should also look at other software which will need patching, i.e. Application Servers, Adobe Reader, Flash, JAVA, Zip programs, etc. etc.

 

One of the most frequent comments from business owners we hear is they don’t want their I.T Systems patched because they don’t want the disruption, can’t afford the downtime or afford a reboot and perhaps at some point in the past an update caused a problem.

 

Whilst I appreciate that patching can be a very time consuming and disruptive thing to do and carries a risk, the worst thing you can do is not patch or reboot once in a while.

 

The time consuming element can by reduced to almost zero by your I.T Support company automating patching of all I.T Systems and automating reboots to a time of the day or week when disruption is minimised.

 

If you don’t have an automated patching system, please contact us for advice.

 

4)      Running old or out of date Windows, Servers or Applications

 

The easiest way to burgle your house is via the weakest entry point, one where there is least security and no one looking and a computer system is no different.

 

But even in today’s modern businesses we see companies running old or out of date computer systems, ones that have long been retired by Microsoft and are so old they are deemed insecure.

 

If I had a pound every time I saw a copy of Windows XP, Windows Vista or Server 2003 running in a business, I would have retired a long time ago.

 

Whilst I appreciate that replacing a whole I.T System a very expensive day out, I would try to encourage business owners to operate a planned obsolesce in their I.T.

 

A planned expenditure is far easier to manage than one which is unexpected

 

For example, if you have a 12 User network and want to ensure you have replaced all of your workstations within 3 -4 years. The worst thing you can do from a financial perspective is to keep putting off I.T replacement until all of the computers are so old and need replacing at once.

 

A better method would be to have an I.T replacement plan where the oldest computer is not more than 3 or 4 years old and computers get replaced at staged intervals.

 

5)      Engineer a layered defence to your I.T Systems

 

This is probably a topic which you should speak to your I.T Support company about.

 

The more layers of defence your I.T System has, the more difficult it can be for a virus or ransomware to destroy your business.

 

i)                    Restrict access to all data by all employees. Ask yourself is this really necessary?

 

A better way would be divide up the data by department or job role, for example does your Sales department need access to the account data or vice versa. Does your Sales department need access to Technical Department’s data?

 

If not restrict access and you minimise the risk of one mistake wiping out all of your data.

 

ii)                   Employ a robust firewall wall and dual layer SPAM filtering system from different providers.

 

iii)                 Ensure you don’t have just anti-virus software!!

 

No, this doesn’t mean exactly that, what I mean is long gone is the need for just Anti-Virus software, and what you really need is an Endpoint Protection System.

 

An Endpoint protection system will of course check for viruses, but will do so much more, for example provide Application Control, Provide Website Filtering, provide a Mechanism for Stopping a User Circumventing the protection software, provide central management and alerting of all computers, etc. etc.

 

 

6)      User education

 

This is an area which most business can do for themselves for very little cost.

 

If you remember from the above, viruses and ransomware rely on a user doing something, i.e.: –

 

Clicking on a link or clicking and opening an attachment

 

Computer users should be educated:-

 

i)                    Do not open every suspicious email or piece of spam and certainly should not be clicking on email links

 

ii)                   Emails, attachments and links should be deemed as suspicious and potentially dangerous unless known otherwise

 

iii)                 Users should not disable or circumvent anti-virus or endpoint protection systems

 

iv)                 Users should reboot their computers and allow patching when prompted to and not always hibernate their computers

 

v)                   Users should report any lapse of judgement immediately, the more time ransomware has, the more damage it will cause.

 

vi)                 Businesses should have an I.T Policy that employees must read and be acquainted with and agree with

 

 

The best way to protect your business against the damaging effects of Ransomware is to follow our 6 step advice plan above.

 

If you would like to discuss your own business challenges with an Experienced I.T Support Person, why not give us a call or come into our offices in Totton.

 

 

 

 

Windows 10 Free Offer

July 1st, 2016

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Just around a year ago Microsoft offered FREE upgrades to their new Windows 10 Operating System for eligible Windows 7 and Windows 8 computers.

 

Microsoft Windows 10 Free Upgrade Offer

 

For those companies that still haven’t taken up the Microsoft Windows 10 free upgrade offer, it comes to an end on the 29th July 2016

 

It is likely after this date you will need to purchase the upgrade which is presently £189.99 for the Pro Version according to Microsoft’s website

 

Windows 10 was released in July 2015 and has been in the field for around a year now and according to Microsoft it is on several million devices worldwide.

 

If you still haven’t upgraded to Windows 10 and have perhaps been worried about the impact to your business and whether your businesses’ applications would be compatible it would be worth doing some ground work to check compatibility before the FREE Offer expires.

 

If you need some assistance with this, please contact our Support Desk for further help. Tel. 0845 474 2168 / 023 8007 0101

 

 

Unity 101 Radio Show – Quilley Dragons

June 10th, 2016

 

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Unity 101 Radio Station, Paul Marsh’s (Dragon) winning student companies from Quilley School, Nicky Goodridge Assistant Head Teacher, Mr Pascal Gerrard (Teacher), Lily Arora (Unity 101 Radio Presenter) and David Vane (FSB Wessex) (SBGN)

 

 

On the 10th June 2016 Paul Marsh’s winning student companies from Quilley School in Eastleigh were talking about their experiences on Unity 101 Radio, a Southampton based Radio Station.

 

If you remember from the previous BLOG posts, the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) and Southern Business Growth Network (SBGN) provided Quilley School students with some Dragons Den style tuition on forming a business, working out the market research, finance, marketing, and the final Dragons Den presentation.

 

There initially were around 200 Year 7, Year 8 and Year 9 students from Eastleigh based Quilley School that took part in the Dragons Den event, with the most promising student companies actually presenting their ideas and company to a panel of Dragons who were owners of small local businesses who had donated their time to assist Eastleigh based Quilley School.

 

Sainsbury’s in Hedge End presented The Winners with gift cards and a donation was made to the school

 

Paul Marsh of Century IT Services was invited on the Radio Show as the most successful Dragon, scoring a hat trick with 3 of his student companies out of 200 students winning 1st, 2nd and 3rd places with their innovative ideas and first class presentations.

 

Paul says its not necessarily the final destination in this Dragons Den event which is of primary importance, but the experience and enjoyment of journey and of course the skills you have learnt that you would not have otherwise gained.

 

Listen to the recording of the Radio Show on Unity 101 if you missed the live show here

Unity 101 Community Hour Friday 10th June

http://www.podcast.canstream.co.uk/unity101/index.php?id=15955

 

 

Dragons at Quilley School – The Dragons Den

May 17th, 2016

 

What an exciting update to publish today!!

 

Quilley School Dragons

Quilley School Dragons, Lesley & Russell from Sainsburys, Nicky Goodridge Assistant Head Teacher & Angela Wright Partnership Director Crestwood College (incorporating Quilley School)

 

If you remember from previous Blog posts, the most promising and viable business ideas from each class were put forward for consideration in the final Dragons Den scenario which took place on the 17th May 2016 at Quilley School in Eastleigh.

 

This was a pivotal moment for each student company to hone their skills and further develop their Dragons Den pitch, with PowerPoint presentations and handouts.

 

The finalists were 14 student business ideas that were pitched to the Dragons.

 

Business ideas ranged from: –

Gym and Fitness Clothes Company, Wholesale pet supplies, a Company that made a Phone APP, Pet Photography Business, a Cube Prototype to help kids tell the time, Book Mark for Dyslexic people, Pet Sitting and Dog Walkers, Bespoke Perfume Bottle Company, Fruit Smoothie Company and several other viable business ideas.

 

Special recognition should go to the Bespoke Perfume Company whose Dragons Den pitch was the only solo presentation as the other members of the student’s team were out on a school trip. To stand in front the Dragons and the other students and give their pitch solo, was a notable and courageous thing to do.

 

Each Dragons Den pitch was scored out of 10 for the following categories: –

  1.  Business Idea
  2.  Business Planning Process
  3.  Marketing Strategy
  4.  Financial Forecast
  5.  Teamwork
  6.  Pitch

 

The winners and runners up were presented vouchers from Sainsburys and also Sainsburys made a donation to the school

 

Prizes donated by Sainsburys were presented by Lesley Powell and Russell Oakley who are based at the Hedge End Store, with certificates presented by Chris Herbert, Economic Development Officer, Eastleigh Borough Council.

 

After much deliberation, the winners can be announced as the following: –

 

1st Place       Book Huggers
Specialised kind of book mark which has different coloured overlays and a clip on light to help dyslexic people read

Quilley School - Book Huggers

1st Place – Book Huggers, Chris Herbert – Eastleigh Economic Development Officer, Angela Wright – Partnership Director at Crestwood College (incorporating Quilley School)

 

 

2nd Place       Bespoke Perfume Bottles
Bespoke and Individually tailored perfume bottles which can be designed online at the Perfume Company Website

Quilley School - Perfume Company

2nd Place Bespoke Perfume Company, Chris Herbert – Eastleigh Economic Development Officer

 

 

3rd Place       Fruiti Fresh Smoothies
Natural and free from artificial ingredients and preservatives made from locally sourced fruit and sold at sporting events and gyms

 

Quilley School - Fruiti Fresh

3rd Place – Fruiti Fresh Smoothies, Chris Herbert – Eastleigh Economic Development Officer

 

Paul Marsh Scores a Hat Trick as the Most Successful Dragon!

 

Paul Marsh was naturally pleased that 3 of his Dragons Teams were short listed to pitch their business ideas to the Dragons panel and the other school students.

 

And especially pleased when those students that were in his business enrichment group were all voted as the best business Dragons Den pitches in the school.

 

Quilley Certificate

Quilley School Appreciation

 

Paul says that it was recognised that all the winners came from his Year 9 Tutor Group and accepts that he had his part to play in this competition in ensuring his students stood a good chance of winning (which they did)

 

Although Paul also believes that the Group Tutor Teacher Mr Pascal Garrard deserves the most recognition, as he is the teacher which is with these student’s day in, day out, every day of the week and the students are a credit to his dedication to the profession of teaching.

 

Paul would also like to point out that each of 14 student company finalists who pitched their business to the dragons were winners in their own right as far as the Dragons were concerned.

 

Although some students didn’t win the Dragons Den competition this year, they deserved to be congratulated for their effort and ingenuity and should not give up on their ambitions of having their own company one day. In fact this competition has really shown that the students in the very least have the ideas and enthusiasm to start their own businesses.

 

Perhaps next year, they could tweak their business plans and re-present their business ideas to the Dragons again. As there were so many good ideas, and unfortunately out of the whole school there could only be 3 winners

 

The Quilley ‘Dragons’

Rayner Brammall (Desauty Ltd), Roger

David Vane (SBGN)  Robin , Simon Whitbread (SBGN) ,

Martin Samuel (Words Finance) , Terry Murphy (Grasshoppers Don’t Walk),

Chris Herbert (Eastleigh BC), Lesley Powell (Sainsbury), Russell Oakley (Sainsbury),

Angela Wright (Crestwood), David Pollard (FSB), Nicky Goodridge (Quilley),

Paul Marsh (Century IT)

 

Next Year

It is envisaged, that due to the success of this business enrichment activity which had the whole school buzzing with interest and dedication, that this type of event might become a yearly event.

 

So if you are a local business owner who can spare some time to tutor some students in business studies, please contact FSB Wessex, Quilley School or SBGN and leave your contact details, as all offers of help are gratefully received.

 

 

Dragons at Quilley School – The Pitch

May 11th, 2016

 

All Previous Classroom Training Had Been Leading to This Event

 

Paul Marsh of Century IT’s class of year 9 students consisted of 7 student business groups that had a split of both service based and product based business ideas

 

The service based student businesses consisted of the following:-Quilley School Dragons

 

  • Home Cleaning Business
  • Barbers Shop
  • Dog Grooming and Walking Service

 

The student product based businesses consisted of the following:-

 

  • Bespoke Jewellery using recycled materials
  • Special type of Book Mark which had different overlays and a light for dyslexic people
  • Tailored and Bespoke Perfume Manufacturing Business
  • Fruit Smoothie Company

 

 

All the previous classroom sessions have been leading up to this event, to prepare the students for a Dragons Business Pitch to win funding for their business product or service. As previously mentioned, Sainsburys in Hedge End have offered to put up the prize for the winning company

 

Students were naturally nervous and worried about their Dragons Pitch and presenting their business idea to their peers as well as the dragon

 

The dragons den pitch put forwarded by each student group was Impressive and it was obvious a lot of thought had gone into mechanics of each business

 

Each student business group had considered the company formation and company name, key people and roles, market research, marketing and financials. Bearing in mind the students have no prior business experience, each pitch to the dragon was impressive and reflective of the effort that has been put in by each student business group

 

In Paul Marsh’s opinion, all of his year 9 students were winners and likely to have successful businesses and it would be difficult to pick just one from the 7 potential businesses to go forward into the final round.

 

Paul didn’t want the Students whom didn’t progress onto the next level of selection to be deterred and they should seek to tweak their business plans accordingly. After all, although this is an educational game at this stage, there is no reason why each business should not start ‘for real’ if the students are passionate enough about their ideas.

 

Paul’s year 9 group was larger  than the other groups and it was decided that there possibly could be room to pass more than one student business through the the final selection

 

Watch this space for more information when we have it!!!

Business Dragons at Quilley School Eastleigh

April 24th, 2016

Quilley School Dragons

 

Over a period of 6 weeks starting in April 2016, Paul Marsh of Century IT Services and other local Business Dragons have donated their time to Eastleigh based Quilley School (Crestwood School) to assist the 200 year 7, 8 and 9 students with their school Enrichment Activities.

 

Angela Wright of Quilley school had approached both the Federation of Small Business and Solent Business Growth Network for assistance with the pioneering project to involve local business owners and Directors to help teach business skills to the students.

 

The aim was to draw on the Dragons business knowledge, skills and understanding, in helping the students develop a prototype product or service.

 

This would be accomplished by giving the students tuition on forming a business from their own ideas, writing a business plan to include both the branding, market research and financials, with the best student’s companies pitching their new start-up businesses to the team dragons on week 6 to secure start-up funds for their business idea.

 

Sainsburys in Hedge End have been very gracious and supportive and have donated some money for the students winning company.

 

Century IT’s had some very bright and intelligent Year 9 Students in their group

 

Their ideas for their businesses were a Dog Grooming and Walking Service, a Fruit Smoothie Drink Company, a Professional Cleaning Company, a Barbers, a Perfume Manufacturing Business, a Business which made jewellery from recyclable components and a company that makes and supplies novelty book marks, all viable and potentially successful businesses.

 

Paul Marsh of Century IT Services says ‘he believes these Student Enrichment Activities are a great idea and a massive opportunity for the students, by directing students towards success, building confidence and providing transferrable business skills will help prepare students for a working life beyond school by giving them the skills and encouragement to succeed’

 

‘It is highly likely that a large number of students will end up working for other local small businesses and hopefully a number of students will go on to start their companies.’

 

Unfortunately there is only one winner from each Dragons group and the final choice will be difficult one to decide with so many great ideas for business start-up.

 

Once the winning student start-up business is found, further updates will be published here.

 

A big thank you to all the Local Business Dragons who have donated their time to Quilley School:-

Paul Marsh of Century IT Services

David Vane of SBGN

Simon Whitbread of The Business Conversationalist

Max of Mobius Media

David Pollard of Arkenley Lane

Andrew Jenvey of AIMS Accountants

 

Useful Links

Quilley School Website http://www.quilley.hants.sch.uk/        

 

Crestwood School Website http://crestwood.hants.sch.uk/

 

Sainsburys Website https://www.sainsburys.co.uk/

 

Federation of Small Business Website http://www.fsb.org.uk/regions/wessex

I.T Support Romsey

March 25th, 2016

 I.T Support Romsey

Flexible & Cost Effective I.T Services tailored to your needs

We are an I.T Specialist and cover business in Romsey, Hampshire.

Specifically in Southampton, Winchester, Romsey, Salisbury, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Poole, Blandford, Basingstoke

Virtual Touchscreen Support

Have you got an ever increasing list of I.T niggles?

Not had a fixed price quote?

Still paying Block Pay or Per Hour?

 

Our Fixed Cost I.T Support and Installation Services can be tailored to your business and budget so you know from the outset what to expect …..

  • Fixed Cost I.T Support Contracts
  • Fixed Cost Server, Computer I.T Installations

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  • Proactive Monitoring for businesses reliant upon I.T
  • Help Desk Support
  • Monthly Payment Plans

Our Expert I.T Services are unique, we have a tailored I.T service that will fit your business, requirements and budget. Our support desk service will be an natural extension to your business,

Wouldn’t you like your business to have it’s own I.T department?

If you are looking to replace or upgrade your I.T Systems for your business and want an informed and experienced I.T company that specialises in the requirements of small and medium sized business give us a call.

We can offer you a confidential, no obligation discussion on your I.T requirements.

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Give Your I.T a sense of direction

We are an I.T Specialist and cover business in Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire and Sussex. Specifically in Southampton, Totton, Romsey, Eastleigh, Winchester, Salisbury, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Poole, Blandford, Basingstoke

If you have concerns with your I.T Security or have any questions about your network give us a call.

We are experts in just about anything I.T

Century IT Services are based in Totton, Southampton. Hampshire and can help you with the installation or on going I.T support of your computer, server and network.

We offer a broad range of I.T services covering, internet, email, anti-spam, anti-virus solutions, we are experts in virtually anything Microsoft Server based and have extensive troubleshooting skills.

If you have an ever growing list of I.T niggles or need a server, or network installed, you have come to the right place.

You can contact us on Tel. 023 80 070101 or email us at sales@century-it.co.uk for a confidential, no obligation discussion of your requirements

I.T Support Salisbury

January 22nd, 2016

 I.T Support Salisbury

Flexible & Cost Effective I.T Services tailored to your needs

We are an I.T Specialist and cover business in Salisbury, Wiltshire.

 

Virtual Touchscreen Support

Have you got an ever increasing list of I.T niggles?

Not had a fixed price quote?

Still paying Block Pay or Per Hour?

 

Our Fixed Cost I.T Support and Installation Services can be tailored to your business and budget so you know from the outset what to expect …..

  • Fixed Cost I.T Support Contracts
  • Fixed Cost Server, Computer I.T Installations

iStock_000020954397Small

  • Proactive Monitoring for businesses reliant upon I.T
  • Help Desk Support
  • Monthly Payment Plans

Our Expert I.T Services are unique, we have a tailored I.T service that will fit your business, requirements and budget. Our support desk service will be an natural extension to your business,

Wouldn’t you like your business to have it’s own I.T department?

If you are looking to replace or upgrade your I.T Systems for your business and want an informed and experienced I.T company that specialises in the requirements of small and medium sized business give us a call.

We can offer you a confidential, no obligation discussion on your I.T requirements.

iStock_000006378359XSmall

Give Your I.T a sense of direction

We are an I.T Specialist and cover business in Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire and Sussex. Specifically in Southampton, Totton, Romsey, Eastleigh, Winchester, Salisbury, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Poole, Blandford, Basingstoke

If you have concerns with your I.T Security or have any questions about your network give us a call.

We are experts in just about anything I.T

Century IT Services are based in Totton, Southampton. Hampshire and can help you with the installation or on going I.T support of your computer, server and network.

We offer a broad range of I.T services covering, internet, email, anti-spam, anti-virus solutions, we are experts in virtually anything Microsoft Server based and have extensive troubleshooting skills.

If you have an ever growing list of I.T niggles or need a server, or network installed, you have come to the right place.

You can contact us on Tel. 023 80 070101 or email us at sales@century-it.co.uk for a confidential, no obligation discussion of your requirements

I.T Support Andover

December 22nd, 2015

 I.T Support Andover

Flexible & Cost Effective I.T Services tailored to your needs

We are an I.T Specialist and cover business in Andover, Hampshire.

Virtual Touchscreen Support

Have you got an ever increasing list of I.T niggles?

Not had a fixed price quote?

Still paying Block Pay or Per Hour?

 

Our Fixed Cost I.T Support and Installation Services can be tailored to your business and budget so you know from the outset what to expect …..

  • Fixed Cost I.T Support Contracts
  • Fixed Cost Server, Computer I.T Installations

iStock_000020954397Small

  • Proactive Monitoring for businesses reliant upon I.T
  • Help Desk Support
  • Monthly Payment Plans

Our Expert I.T Services are unique, we have a tailored I.T service that will fit your business, requirements and budget. Our support desk service will be an natural extension to your business,

Wouldn’t you like your business to have it’s own I.T department?

If you are looking to replace or upgrade your I.T Systems for your business and want an informed and experienced I.T company that specialises in the requirements of small and medium sized business give us a call.

We can offer you a confidential, no obligation discussion on your I.T requirements.

iStock_000006378359XSmall

Give Your I.T a sense of direction

We are an I.T Specialist and cover business in Hampshire, Dorset, Wiltshire and Sussex. Specifically in Southampton, Totton, Romsey, Eastleigh, Winchester, Salisbury, Portsmouth, Bournemouth, Poole, Blandford, Basingstoke

If you have concerns with your I.T Security or have any questions about your network give us a call.

We are experts in just about anything I.T

Century IT Services are based in Totton, Southampton. Hampshire and can help you with the installation or on going I.T support of your computer, server and network.

We offer a broad range of I.T services covering, internet, email, anti-spam, anti-virus solutions, we are experts in virtually anything Microsoft Server based and have extensive troubleshooting skills.

If you have an ever growing list of I.T niggles or need a server, or network installed, you have come to the right place.

You can contact us on Tel. 023 80 070101 or email us at sales@century-it.co.uk for a confidential, no obligation discussion of your requirements