Autumn 2014 Update

Microsoft Office 365 business

Office 365 delivers many benefits, including enterprise-grade email, shared calendars, document sharing, collaboration, cloud storage, web conferencing and Office software. All can be delivered to your iPhones, iPads, PCs, Macs, Android, Windows or other devices. engineers are experienced Microsoft-accredited small business solutions specialists, enabling us to provide maximum benefit to your business via a range of business services. Find out more at

Business cloud evaluations

Until recently, many small businesses were unaware of the ‘cloud’. Now, most are enjoying cloud-service benefits, like increased security and mobility, lower costs and less administration. There really has not been a better time to exploit it.

As an independent provider we can help you to benefit from its possibilities by offering full end-to-end service solutions ‘under one roof’. You can leave us to look after your technology, while you get on with the business you know and enjoy.

Every business need is different, so we are offering cloud reviews. Find out more at


Websites made easy

You may have heard that offers what is probably the easiest website editor in the world, but were you aware of the other unparalleled benefits available to web customers?

  • Completely bespoke design
  • Hands-off domain management
  • Easy tools for day-to-day content editing
  • ‘Human’ support, with regular site checks and testing
  • High-performance dedicated hosting with 24/7 security monitoring
  • Mobile and desktop web content automatically synchronised and formatted.

And all this has got even better! Discover the new Site Editor and new benefits at the iBiziBlog:

New support services

From just £40 per hour, ‘ Connect’ remote support has now been expanded to cover more devices and services. Check it out at for a simple, low-cost support service with flexible payment options.

Are you getting enough?

When it comes to personal learning and development, many of us struggle to maintain the resources needed to keep on top of our areas of interest.

On the iBiziBlog, Christine asks whether you are a Binger, Regular Tippler or Abstainer and follows up by explaining how you can and should be a regular tippler!

Comments are closed