ComputerWorld to exhibit at the South West's biggest business show!

Here at ComputerWorld, we are looking forward to exhibiting at the South West Business Expo in Swindon on June 30th. With over 90 exhibitors this event promises to be the biggest business show in the South West and is aimed at businesses that want to improve and expand their business. There are also 5 expert led workshops for attendees to attend on the day.

At the event we will be focusing on technologies to help enable businesses. The IT industry is going through a major shift, with the cloud changing the way we work and collaborate with customers and colleagues. Office 365 gives you the ability to move with this paradigm shift and empowers business and users to become mobile allowing them to access their data on any device, anywhere and at any time, giving your business an advantage over competitors. 


ComputerWorld Workshop

We are also hosting a workshop at 10:00am called 'The critical reasons that your business can't afford to ignore the cloud'. In this workshop industry recognised author, blogger and evangelist Barry Coombs will discuss, at a business level, the benefits and concerns of the cloud and how, if implemented correctly, your customers, employees and business will benefit.

We are in the middle of a major shift in how businesses are consuming IT services. We are seeing more possibilities than ever before, including true utility-style pay-as-you-go pricing, but this rapid rate of adoption is also creating complexity and competition.

Cloud technologies are changing the way we interact with our customers and are expanding our ability to offer ever more innovative new products and services. Smaller organisations can now compete technologically with their biggest competitors and instantly scale technology against real-time business demands.

Against these proven benefits, many organisations are concerned by security risks of cloud adoption. Such concerns can now be confidently addressed to avoid the potentially much riskier 'do nothing' approach.



ComputerWorld goes from strength to strength as it's shortlisted for multiple awards

In addition to being named as one of the '1000 Companies to Inspire Britain' in the London Stock Exchange's 2016 annual report earlier this year, ComputerWorld has been placed on the short-list for three further awards. 

ComputerWorld are excited to have been short-listed for the VMware 'Specialist Partner of the year' award. This is for their work and knowledge within Desktop Transformation. This is a highly respected award within the industry and ComputerWorld are honoured to be recognised for their hard work and to be seen as a key player within this area. 



ComputerWorld have also been short-listed for the CRN Sales and Marketing Awards 2016 for the 'Best Online Marketing Innovation/website' award for the work that has gone into the Define Tomorrow website, webinars and live events. Finally, alongside Vivid (ComputerWorld's content marketing partner) ComputerWorld have lastly been short-listed for the 'Marketing Campaign of the year' award in the Bristol Post Business Awards 2016 again for the work that has been undertaken for the Define Tomorrow website. 



Following on from last years rebrand and the recent success, ComputerWorld have unveiled their new website. The new site has been designed to suite the modern approach to business IT that ComputerWorld hold and now has a simplified, responsive design organised around the companies six key pillars; Virtualisation and Cloud, Desktop Transformation, Microsoft Technologies, Networking, Security and Training. The new site is interactive and packed full of videos, whitepapers, case studies and quick guides. Take a look at the new site at 

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Welcome to ComputerWorld’s new and improved website


As we’re sure you’ve already noticed, we’ve made some changes and improvements around here. After months of planning, scheming, streamlining and coding, we're delighted to welcome you to the brand new ComputerWorld website!

The new simplified, responsive design was conceived to help businesses find IT solutions that will help them save money, work more efficiently and empower employees – quicker. The new ComputerWorld website is full of videos from experts in each of our core pillars clearly explaining how business can benefit from each technology.  We've also added an instant chat function that's linked straight to our team of experts, together with a range of new case studies, white papers and quick guides – all designed to help businesses define tomorrow. The site is optimised for all platforms and devices, and we've simplified the navigation – a lot.

Take a look around, let us know what you think, oh and don’t forget to check our sister site Define Tomorrow™ – the home to all the latest news, innovations, insights and resources from ComputerWorld's crack team of experts and engineers. Enjoy.

Define Tomorrow™ smashes previous attendance record after selling out in record time


The second event in our Define Tomorrow™  series and was our most successful so far with over 200 people in attendance. We're also happy to announce that our events are being recognised as the biggest technology conference within the South West.

This event focused on Microsoft technologies and product releases, including Office 365, Enterprise Mobility Suite, Azure and Windows Server 2016. We were extremely lucky to have keynote speakers from Microsoft Technical Evangelist, Ed Baker and Microsoft Hybrid Cloud Lead at Dell, Mark Mulvany who both talked around their specialist subjects in great detail.


ComputerWorld also unveiled two new services at the event Migrate365 and Cloud Backup 365. Both of these services are focused around helping you mobilise your business and backup your data within the cloud. Visit for more information.  

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ComputerWorld named one of the 1000 most inspiring companies in Britain

ComputerWorld has been recognised in the London Stock Exchange's prestigious '1000 Companies to Inspire Britain' report, being among just 14 companies to inspire in Bristol. The report is a celebration of the UK's fastest-growing and most dynamic small and medium sized businesses.  

In order to be included in the list, companies have to show consistent revenue growth over a minimum of three years, and significantly outperform their industry peers. 

Barry Coombs, ComputerWorld's Operations Director, said: "all of us at ComputerWorld are extremely proud to have been selected as one of London Stock Exchange's 1000 Companies to Inspire Britain and to be one of only 14 Bristol based companies is the icing on the cake. This is recognition of the company's hard work in the business IT sphere over the last three years, and also how ComputerWorld has outperformed its many competitors in that time."


ComputerWorld invites you to help Define Tomorrow™ at the South West's biggest business technology conference 2016

After the incredible success of the last Define Tomorrow™ event in November we are thrilled to announce the second event in the series.


The Define Tomorrow™ conference will once again be held at the At-Bristol Science Centre on April 13th. This event will be focused on Microsoft technologies including, Office 365, Enterprise Mobility Suite, Azure and the new updates in Windows Server 2016. 

Once again, our own Operations Director, Barry Coombs will host the event. We are lucky to have incredible keynote speakers lined up including, Microsoft Technical Evangelist, Ed Baker and Microsoft Hybrid Cloud Lead at Dell, Mark Mulvany.

Alongside our presentations and demonstrations the conference will also have a exhibition area where ComputerWorld's key partners are showcasing their complimentary technologies. Attendees will also have the opportunity to join a round table with industry experts from ComputerWorld, Dell and Microsoft. 

Tickets are limited. To sign up for your complimentary place, please visit:

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Read the new CWcare brochure and help your business protect tomorrow


CWcare is our unique IT support solution, designed to give your business a simple and flexible package at an unbeatable price. 

We know that for any business unplanned downtime is the enemy. CWcare will give you direct access to ComputerWorld's knowledgeable and friendly team of IT experts from 8am to 6pm daily. Our experts will respond to your issues within four hours offering telephone, on-site and remote support. 

Every good business is conscious of costs, and CWcare is the affordable answer when it comes to IT cover. You can choose to pay an all-inclusive up-front fixed cost, or go Pay As You Go via small monthly instalment charges. 

Read more about CWcare in our brochure below:

Great success at Define Tomorrow event with over 200 people attending

Last week's Define Tomorrow was a great success with over 200 people in attendance making the event the biggest business technology event in the South West. VMware CTO Ambassador, Ed Hoppitt also stated that the event was "The largest catch-up event of its kind in Europe this year". 


The keynote speakers, Ed Hoppitt and Dell's UK CEO, Tim Griffin outlined the vision for the future within the industry talking about the importance of innovation in technology with examples from Airbnb and Uber. 

The event also featured some of ComputerWorld's top partners in a solution exchange. These partners showcased their latest technologies and product launches and gave the attendees a great opportunity to get into the deep details of the technology. 

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ComputerWorld invites you to the South West's biggest business technology conference


The ComputerWorld team are proud to announce the launch of their Define Tomorrow conference which is expected to be the largest business technology conference in the South West.

This event is going to summarise all the topics and updates from VMworld 2015. The event will be hosted by ComputerWorld's Operations Director, and industry recognised vExpert Barry Coombs and will have keynote speakers from Dell's UK CEO, Tim Griffin and VMware's CTO Ambassador Ed Hoppitt. As well as the keynote speeches and live demonstrations, the event will also have it's own solution exchange including latest technology from some of ComputerWorld's top partners. 


The conference will be held at the At-Bristol science centre on November 12th. 

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