Outsourced IT Support

Outsourced IT Support

Here at Evolvit, we provide three levels of out of hours 24/7 support for our clients in Bristol and the South West.

Database Development

Database Development

Tailormade business applications and websites using Filemaker, Drupal, PHP, MySQL, Javascript.

Business Broadband

Business Broadband

Quick and efficient internet connectivity for communication, transfer of large files, daily processes and operations.

Outsourced IT services in Bristol

Why Choose Evolvit for IT Support in Bristol?

Here at Evolvit, we have been providing strategic outsourced IT services to businesses in Bristol, the South West & Wales for nearly twenty years.

What makes us different? Perhaps reading our testimonials and reviews will explain better than we can, we are trusted, experienced, knowledgeable and more than anything else our customer retention over the last 10 years is 99%.

The benefit we bring to you and your business is to have all of your IT services managed from one place, with one point of contact, just like your very own IT department but without all the costs. We will align all your domains, hosting, connectivity and support in one place. Our IT contracts and service level agreements (SLA) can also cover your hardware warranties and small software developments. We will handle third-party support contracts for you, so you only have one place to contact in the secure knowledge that your IT problem is going to be solved in a timely manner.

Although based in Bristol we have clients all over the UK, including Cardiff and Weston-Super-Mare and with 95% of our support being resolved remotely it really does not matter where your business is based.

Case Studies

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Migrate from in House IT to EvolvIT

Moving away from an in house IT solution to an outsourced one

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Migration to 365

Migration to Cloud based solutions such as 365 and away from SBS.

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Plant-ex Ingredients Ltd

Migrating on premises servers to our Hosted solution.

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Project Maintenance

Project Maintenance

Small office network setup, computer support and broadband installation.

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Proud To Support Bristol’s IT Infrastructure

We support the local Bristol economy by employing local people and services within Evolvit. When required to outsource any work, we use local businesses that have proven to provide the high level of service we expect. By supporting Bristol in this way we ensure the steady input of local referrals – most of our new business comes from recommendations from existing customers.

In recent years, Bristol has grown as a city and developed into the technical and creative hub for the South West. With the creation of new office space across the city such as regeneration project Bristol Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone and the new Bristol and Bath Science Park, it shows real confidence in Bristol and its residents. We’re proud to support these new and established local businesses throughout the city.

The city’s retail side has boomed at the same time with the development of the new Cabot Circus shopping centre and the planned revitalization of the Broadmead shopping area. Any long-term resident is also eagerly anticipating the completion of the Bristol Arena a feature the city has been desperate for, for many years.

The directors of Evolvit are proud to call Bristol home after attending the University of the West of England. We are in good company with 35,000 people working in tech roles across the region. It’s helped them establish strong links and a desire to put something back into the community. 

Evolvit Blog

cloud computing
Office 365 vs GSuite vs Dropbox

26th July 2019

When it comes to deciding which cloud collaboration tool to use, you’ll probably hear three names being thrown around meetings: Office 365, GSuite, and Dropbox. These three are some of the best in cloud networking in terms of cost and functionality.

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cloud-computing
Cloud vs Local Servers: Weighing up the Pros and Cons

27th June 2019

Data management used to be the concern of companies in the IT industry. Yet today, everyone deals in data. Even small businesses manage some 47 terabytes of data, while the average sized company will see more than double the amount, according to a study by Hubspot.

Storage is now on top of the list of most businesses. The most prominent question for many owners is where best to store data: on local machines or migrate to the cloud? Read more

GDPR regulations
A Guide to GDPR and Internet Regulation

25th June 2019

It’s been a little over a year since Europe’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) went into effect and the threat of GDPR has been much talked about. Analysts often write about how it will change company structures. Many more break out in a sweat over fines – 4% of a company’s total global turnover, or some 17 million pounds.

On the other side of the pond, some US states have passed GDPR-inspired laws such as the California Consumer Privacy Act and Washington State Privacy Act to help businesses properly handle customer data coming from Europe.

Let’s take a closer look at where we are with GDPR.

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