Since 1999, we’ve supported companies across the UK with robust, tailored IT solutions that increase operational efficiency and minimise downtime. Our team makes it a priority to ensure your IT needs are fully covered, so you can focus on your business.
20 YEARS OF BUSINESS IT SOLUTIONS
Our responsive expert team are always available to handle any live issues, plus we also take a proactive, strategic approach, helping you plan ahead, identify potential IT problems, and prevent them from happening in the first place.
With a commitment to continuous improvement, we are one of only a few MSPs with advanced accreditations such as: Investors in People Gold, Microsoft Gold Partner, ISO27001, ISO9001, ISO45001 and ISO14001.Learn More
As businesses become increasingly reliant on digital and cloud technologies, the need for watertight cybersecurity strategy becomes ever more apparent. In this guide, we’ve compiled some of the most common attacks that could affect your business, as well as some remediation and prevention techniques employed by Fitzrovia IT.See more
Hosted by our Head of 365, Ben Ward – this webinar was packed with some of the latest features that are included in all M365 licenses. From helpful tools that make working from home more bearable to functionality that allows live events, break out meetings and collaboration like never before. If you’re not already using Microsoft 365 for your business, this webinar will give you a taste for the features and tools that await.See more
Microsoft Teams is the single interface that brings together many of the essential O365 abilities and allows users to seamlessly work on, store and share department or project-based works. Not only that, but MS Teams can work as a comprehensive enterprise telephony system – meaning that users can have a DDI (direct dial-in) number linked directly to their account. Microsoft Teams is a powerful application that will change the way your business collaborates.See more
Often touted as a social engineering attack on users, phishing often involves attackers masquerading as a legitimate and trustworthy source, often over email, and tricks users into unknowingly taking a malicious action, such as clicking a harmful link, downloading malware or submitting details. Take a look at our top tips in protecting yourself from phishing attacks.See more