Fully Managed IT Support

Fully Managed IT Support

Reach out to the world’s most reliable IT services

How does this work?

You provide us with an asset list including all known devices.  Your current IT provider should be able to extract this from their own RMM solution otherwise we can create an asset list for you.  A site visit takes place to confirm the numbers are correct ensuring you do not pay for anything not requiring cover.  We would be looking to asset track the following:

Network Switches
Content Filtering Gateways
Wireless Access Points

Internet Access

Whether you have an ADSL, VDSL, Cable or Leased Line, CCSW can ensure you have the right solution for your business and you are paying the right price.

Remote Links

Once we understand the physical nature of the main site(s), we will look at any satellite offices where there may be leased line / remote links installed. One area CCSW can help is to look at your leased line provider and costs to see if there are cost savings to be made.


We are able to help improve your current Wi-Fi solution or recommend a replacement.

Software Applications / Cloud

The next step is to look at what applications are being used and how we can help to:
Save Money
Increase Productivity
Increase Resilience

Cloud Solutions

Whether you are using Microsoft Azure services, Amazon Web Services (AWS) or another Cloud Service, CCSW can confirm you are using the right solution for your requirements.

Implement Microsoft Office 365

Find out how CCSW can help you implement Microsoft Office 365
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How does this work?

CCSW onboarding process

05 Steps

01. Discussion
Agree clients goals and expectations
02. Assessment
Create asset inventory, list of current vendors and licences, network infrastructure map
03. Key Facts and Contract
We create a Key Facts document and contract around your requirements
04. Deployment
CCSW will deploy an agent to every device that is covered by the contract
05. Client Update
Highlight issues and inefficiencies in current IT setup as well as redundant equipment that could be consolidated