July 14, 2015 marks the end of Microsoft support for Windows Server 2003/R2. Whilst this date may seem distant, now is the time to understand that the end of support and the end of life of Windows Server 2003 means that your business needs to ensure that it has a plan to migrate the applications and workloads relying on Windows Server 2003 into Windows Server 2012 R2 or Microsoft Azure.
Here at GCC we have over 20 years as a Sage Business Partner. We are pleased to announce that we have now been upgraded to a Strategic Partner with Sage. In recent months Sage have been busy rationalising their sales channel with some companies, including GCC, being upgraded to Strategic Partners, whilst most are being downgraded to Associate Partners.
Stratford-upon-Avon based DCS Europe plc has just successfully switched to a new Sage 200 software system as part of their future technology strategy. DCS has grown from zero to £150 million in 19 years and sees leading edge technology as a key foundation stone of its business.
We are extremely proud to be recognised by Microsoft for our commitment and expertise in providing Cloud solutions including Office 365, Exchange Online, SharePoint Online and Microsoft Dynamics CRM Online.
Computer lovers got to grips with Microsoft’s latest incarnation when the software giant’s bus rolled into local IT firm GCC innova in Gloucester.The ever competitive technology world has seen the arrival of Windows 8 and Microsoft’s Surface tablet this year.Visitors and staff from IT firm GCC were given ‘hands on’ experience sessions and demonstrations of the latest gadgets.
Amidst fierce competition GCC innova was selected as “A business based in the Cotswolds which earns the majority of its revenue through the invention and application of new technology and /or the harnessing of existing technology”.
Initially founded in 1858, Cheltenham charity Gloucestershire County Association for the Blind support and advise people who are registered blind or partially sighted and people who have a significant sight loss.
They rely heavily on voluntary income and help to continue their work. Here at GCC, we aim to support worthy local charities in any way we can.