Is your smartphone feeling the cold?!

In case you hadn’t checked Facebook today, it snowed in England(as an aside, it is rather amusing how people have a compulsion to share pictures of the snow in their garden? Oh well) I had some meetings in London, so after do not my hat, scarf and gloves I checked that I had a full … Read more

Sage Accounts in the Cloud

What happens when you want to share sage, but everyone works remotely? We have had a spate of requests from clients recently that have asked us to make Sage Accounts available to them ‘in the cloud’ or for multiple remote users. This is not surprising considering the accelerated uptake of cloud services and mobile workers … Read more

Business owners reluctant to sign up to IT Support Contracts

We have had an interesting month here at Amazing Support…. New customers have come on board who are now paying for user, workstation, server and network support on a monthly basis. Good news for us and good news for our customers as they felt that they had no choice but to outsource their IT to … Read more

The changing methods and impact of communication in our IT-integrated world

Before the existence of the internet there were not too many methods of communicating in a fast and efficient way. If you were not face to face with a person, you would make a telephone call or perhaps write a letter and although we still use the telephone, or more favourably in the last 10 … Read more

Business IT Consultants and When To Use Them

Every business owner understands how difficult it is finding that perfect candidate who can pretty much do every task you throw them for a salary that won’t empty your pocket. However, with increasing unemployment and candidates willing to take any job for perhaps lower than their previous salary, a business owner needs to think “Am … Read more

Small Business IT Planning – The Importance of Being Earnest

Small Business IT Planning is a very serious topic for small businesses but many small or growing companies do not fully prioritise their IT growth. It is fair to say that without IT a business could not function, so there is no excuse thinking IT as a second priority. From a sole-trading plumber who emails … Read more

Losing my marketing virginity – Part 2(Open Heart Surgery)

So I have spent a week or two openly embracing social media as a way of generating new leads, making new contacts and generally getting my new business name out there. Its been an interesting experience and definitely something that I will continue to do. There is however one observation that I have made which … Read more

Losing my marketing virginity – Part 1

I have been in business for nearly ten years running a pretty successful IT Support Company .  In those ten years I recall spending a a very small amount of money in the first few months on an advert in the local paper, very slightly more on a random leaflet drop and what, at the time, seemed … Read more

Why using an IT company in your local area will pay you dividends

Any good business knows how vital it is to rely on local services for advice and support. It is only at the times you need help the most when on-demand, on-your-doorstop assistance is absolutely obligatory for business continuity. We have very good relationships with businesses in our North London area because we understand the importance … Read more

Small Business IT Support on a Small Business budget? No it’s not nonsense!

There are many small businesses that are desperate for good quality and reliable business IT solutions to support their businesses. The problem is they do not believe they can afford to invest in infrastructure to provide a solid foundation for their company. As a result, many small businesses are using out-dated technology that hinders their … Read more