Typically, our customers are creatives and innovators who rely on computers for production—they are mostly Graphic Designers, Printers, PR agencies or home workers and our mission is only to help them achieve their goals.
We think IT companies often have their own agenda—to over-complicate things and cultivate clients’ dependence on them, to impose their well-worked methods, or to sell equipment. We try to keep it simple, cost effective and stress-free.
We manage and plan the integration of a huge range of stuff Computers, Servers, Websites, Hardware, Software, iOS, Windows, MacOS, System Integration, Networking, WiFi, Routers, Switches, Repairs, Purchasing, Backup, Recovery, WordPress, Divi ...etc—basically we are here to solve your IT problems and to help you to get the best from any system.
Besides fixing problems we also create and manage websites, specialising in WordPress and the increasingly popular Elegant Themes’ Divi but we can also help with SquareSpace and other platforms.
- Telephone and remote support
- On-site services (in East Sussex & West Kent), installation and training
- Service on an ad-hoc basis or under a service agreement (see current price list for ad-hoc rates).
We get Information Systems working for your company rather than against it, helping you focus on your core business (see Support Contracts).
Website maintenance and publication ~ if you are interested in a quotation for a small business website or if you just need a slight alteration to an existing page, please contact us – we can be extremely flexible whilst remaining very cost effective.
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Our preferred solution for email and cloud services is now called Google Workspace.
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For Mac users and in mixed environments, we believe that the best solution for business email at this time is Google Workspace. It’s incredibly reliable, has the best spam filtering, works 100% across all platforms and mobile devices and costs less than competing services. It’s also great for cloud computing, collaboration and online storage which works similarly to DropBox. Each business user gets 30GB of storage for email and documents. For more advice on Google Services use the contact form.
Our websites are developed using the WordPress platform—as are over 60 million websites and blogs worldwide. WordPress gives you a head start with themes and templates created by world leading web developers and designers. We use Elegant Themes’ Divi to create all our sites. There are hundreds of quick-start gorgeous templates for it and a vast support network to keep your site fresh, up to date and secure. It’s the most popular theme today and a cost effective way to have your website up and running in hours.
- Edit your own website – log in to edit pages or add content.
- Security – Patches are applied automatically to keep one step ahead of hackers.
- Design – Divi is the most versatile theme available, there are no constraints on the design and hundreds of templates to get you started.
- Compatibility – Supported by 99% of hosting companies worldwide – we use SiteGround.
- Fully customisable – Add your own logos, colours, branding, fonts etc.
- Easy – WordPress is used by 50% of bloggers because it’s so easy to keep updated.
- Extendable – Thousands of plugins are available to easily add features and widgets to any site e.g. eCommerce, Twitter feeds, SEO, forms, feedback etc.
- Mobile friendly – Increasing popularity of mobile devices for web browsing means you need your site to be responsive to different screen sizes. Wordpress will detect which device is being used and adjust the layout for the best user experience.
- WordPress is used by… CNN, New York Times, Forbes, Reuters, GM
Microsoft have done a great job of designing Office 365 to look good but the underlying software is very slow and buggy compared to Google Apps. Migration – even from from other Microsoft platforms like SBS2003/7 – can be a nightmare. It doesn’t work fully with older versions of Outlook (2003) – no contact or calendar sync. It won’t easily migrate from an Exchange server that uses a self signed certificate. It won’t directly import .PST files although you can send them to Microsoft and they will do it for you at $4/GB. The easiest way to import addresses from an Outlook NK2 file to Office 365 Contacts is via Gmail …uh!
Having said all that, if you’re a Windows user and want to use Office Apps then MS365 is probably the way to go. Non-profits can get it for free without the apps or at a very reduced price with the Office 365 Suite included.