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Whether you need help installing, operating, upgrading or securing your IT systems we have a solution to suit you and your business.
How can we help you?
There is little more annoying, disruptive and damaging to your business than IT systems that refuse to work properly. We believe that your technology should be increasing your business productivity, not slowing you down.
This is why we are committed to helping you maintain your IT systems to prevent issues before they become serious problems, and to maintain a proactive approach to supporting your business.
Support for People like You
We’ve helped a lot of people and businesses achieve their goals through top quality technology support. Here are just a few kind words from some of those people.
“I have been using the services of F1 Support for the last 5+ years. The service that we have taken from them is the monthly contract which works well for a small and growing business. Paul and his team take time to understand our requirements and will explain things in simple terms without using IT jargon that we do not understand. The response times are quick and we always get our problems resolved in a timely manner.”
RO – Clockwork Recruitment Ltd
“I have worked with F1 Support for over 5 years. They are helpful, reliable and fully supportive. Our problems are solved efficiently and timely. Paul and the rest of F1 Support are there to help and will do everything in their power to ensure the systems are working when needed, no matter what time of day.”
AW – London Law Firm
GDRP – are you ready?
The countdown has started… is your business ready for 25th May 2018?
The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) is the most far-reaching change to data protection laws in years, introducing many new obligations and harsh penalties for non-compliance.
Now is the time to get your privacy house in order. Take a look at your business to see how data from the EU may make its way into your business. The most thorough way to do this is to undertake a privacy audit and construct a data map—see what data you have and how you are using it. You can then develop internal privacy policies on how the business collects and uses data and the security used to protect that data