Apex Computing Services Praises Manchester's Tech Community
Apex Computing Services supports Manchester's thriving tech community.
17:21 29 April 2021
Apex Computing Services is showing support to Manchester's thriving tech community by being one of the proud sponsors of The Manchester Evening News Tech Awards 2021. The event showcases business founders, key players and entrepreneurial leaders across the sector.
Daniel Shone, managing director of Apex, said: "Manchester has a thriving tech community and we really want to take part in celebrating this,"
"With the Covid-19 pandemic and the lockdown of the past year, we really wanted a platform to shout about how the tech community and IT as a whole has helped many people and businesses through a difficult and challenging time, helping them change the way they work, keep in touch with friends and family and continue to get by in a difficult time."
Apex Computing Services Ltd offers server management, data encryption, Office 365 support, data backup and equipment repairs. It also provides a range of solutions to meet varying business requirements.
"We quickly gained a good reputation for supporting businesses and their needs," says Daniel.
"We helped them transition in the early days to having computers and servers in their offices for the first time. At this time having email and computers in the office were cutting edge, and we helped companies to get started in this new and exciting world.
"The IT landscape has changed greatly over the last 20 years and, as the business has grown to now supporting more than 200 business, predominantly throughout the North West but also globally, so has the needs of our customers.
"We now focus on providing a fully outsourced, managed IT support services for our clients where we help them develop their IT road maps to ensure their systems and data are safe from cyber attacks, they have robust backups and disaster recovery plans, and that customers can access their superb and friendly IT support service desk when things are not working or they have an IT conundrum."