The Wigan business EXPO 2012 takes place on Friday 12th October from 8am to 3pm at the DW Stadium Wigan. With over 120 exhibitors the event will be one of the biggest business events held in the North West in 2012.
Cloud4 Computers will be exhibiting at the event, and our team will be on hand to discuss the very latest Cloud based technologies that can help your business not only save money, but improve performance and IT flexibility.
We’ll be on stand W72 from 8am and look forward to welcoming all visitors to the EXPO. We’ve even got a very special offer available to any business that comes and speaks to us on the day so don’t miss out, have a chat with us, just look for the banner below and have a great day.
Leigh Reporter Story about Cloud4 – 20th September 2012
A Leigh-based business is bucking the trend by increasing turnover in the recession!
There are not many companies that can boast an increase in turnover of 15% per month throughout the UK in these times, and with over 36’000 individual users using their services in 24 countries globally including Australia, USA and Russia, but Cloud4 Computers can.
Cloud 4 Computers MD Phil Donoghue recently attended a Round Table discussion on SME’s and the Economy.
Speaking at the event was IoD Chief Economist Graeme Leach who spoke about the flat-lining UK economy, and why L shaped recoveries are the norm in the wake of a financial crisis, due to the weakness of the banking system, de-leveraging and anaemic growth in the money supply.
As part of our commitment to working in the community, each year Cloud4 selects a Charity we believe in, to support with fundraising and expertise as required. Our charity for 2012 is the Children’s Adventure Farm Trust in Cheshire. Continue reading Cloud4 in BUPA Great Manchester Run 2012
Welcome to the Cloud4 Computers blog. 3 years in the making but in our defence we have been very busy with development of our hosted services and looking after our clients incredibly well.
Let me start by saying it’s been an exciting and interesting journey through the last 3 years, in which we’ve seen “Cloud Computing” become an industry with so much potential for changing the way businesses view and use IT. Of course, providing IT services through hosting is not in any way a new concept, people have been using hosted email services for over 20 years, and let’s face it who actually hosts their own website?