Mobile Menu icon

Whatever you need we've got IT covered.

Our highly experienced support team are capable of handling any IT support issue, so you can relax and concentrate on making your business a success.

In the event of any problems, our standard support hours are 9am-5.30pm, Monday-Thursday, and until 5.00pm on Friday. We offer an extended hours contract whereby the support hours become 8am-6pm, Monday-Friday. If you need a quick solution to a technical problem, then our live remote-assistance tool can help. A member of our dedicated support team can liaise directly with you to find the answer to your question.

Step One - Call 0844 800 4456



Support Form

If you are in need of support please fill in the form below or call us on 0844 800 4456


Contact Us

London Office:

Main number: 020 3507 1920

Sales number: 020 3507 1922

Technical support: 0844 800 4456

Essex Office:

Main number: 01268 494 100

Sales number: 01268 494 160

Technical support: 0844 800 4456



Windows Server 2003 end of life could be the biggest security threat of 2015

The end of Windows Server 2003 this July has the potential to be the "biggest security threat of 2015. What does end of support mean for you?

Most IT administrators should be aware that Windows Server 2003 will reach its end-of-life by July 2015.  After July 14, Microsoft will no longer issue security updates for any version of Windows Server 2003. Additionally, it's currently unclear whether it will allow companies or organisations to pay extra to carry on support.  If you are still running Windows Server 2003 in your datacentre, you need to take steps now to plan and execute a migration strategy to protect your infrastructure. By migrating to Windows Server 2012 R2, Microsoft Azure or Office 365, you can achieve concrete benefits, including improved performance, reduced maintenance requirements, and increased agility and speed of response to the business.

After the recent migration away from Windows XP, IT departments should be more aware than ever of the dangers of using an out-of-date platform. And yet, the lack of awareness surrounding Server 2003 is about to pose an unprecedented security threat to businesses all over the world.

IT community isn't giving Server 2003's demise much of a second thought. From an analysis of over 5,000 IT publications it reported that Server 2003 received just five per cent of the coverage that Windows XP garnered last April.

Estimates on the number of Windows Server 2003 users vary wildly from a modest 2.6 million to the heady 11 million.  Although this was reduced by the number that were still using Windows XP last year, it's still a significant amount.

If you would like to know more about upgrading from Windows Server 2003 please contact Maria West on 01268 494160 or email


Latest News

The humble USB has been banned in the offices of IBM - does your business

Read more

You have worked hard to build your mailing list but GDPR could threaten it if

Read more

We explore how the financial industry will be affected when the new data protection law

Read more