Edinburgh IT Support from Consider IT. Who we are,
what we do, and how we do it. Read about us here.

Superior IT Support

Consider IT was started by Stuart Gilbertson back in 2007 under the name “Easy PC Scotland”. After gaining an honorary degree in Computer Networks and Distributed Systems, and building a wealth of knowledge, Stuart formed Consider IT to solely concentrate on providing an unbeatable IT Support service and long-term friendly relationship to business owners and their staff.

Working alongside numerous IT professionals and IT-related companies, Consider IT provides small businesses with a comprehensive IT solution to fit almost any need.

Our key policies when dealing with our clients are as follows:

  • To be open, frank, and honest with all our clients
  • To offer a value-for-money service at all times
  • To provide unbeatable support services quickly and competently
  • If you have a problem, we do absolutely everything to resolve it straight away

Who we support

Our case studies can be found here

We support various businesses and systems, a few of the businesses we support are:

  • E-Commerce based businesses where downtime of their servers can have catastrophic consequences on their profit and loss.
  • Restaurants
  • Letting Agents
  • Industrial-based businesses
  • Solicitors
  • Estate Agents
  • Mortgage Advisers
  • even a Hairdressers!

We support a range of systems from just one desktop, or one server, to an entire mixed-network of multiples servers, desktops, laptops and even Macs!

Remote workers, VPNs, Voice over IP, Meeting-Room TVs, Virus Solutions, Email, Shared Calendars, File Sharing, Printer Sharing, Firewall Systems, and advanced Routing are just some of the technologies we work with on a day-to-day basis with our clients.

Our biggest client to-date has two offices, 80 desktop computers, 15 laptops (with remote working capabilities), dual-broadband connections to both offices with fail-over systems in place, and a leased-line between both offices.

Why should you outsource?

In March 2012, the average IT Support salary for a full time employee was £22,000 per annum, not including the time spent and legal implications of employing another member of staff. (Source: IT Jobs Watch)

Outsourcing your IT Support gives you back time and money to allow you to concentrate on the more important aspects of growing and managing your business. Click here to find out more about why you should outsource your IT support to us.