Business Connectivity

A complete range of carefully selected Broadband products, from standard ADSL2 to high-speed Cable & FTTC Fibre, Leased Lines, Satellite and Wireless broadband services.

CCS IT Solutions Ltd provide our clients with leased line, FTTC or ADSL and analogue lines.

At CCS IT Solutions, we remove the confusion with a complete range of carefully selected Broadband products, from standard ADSL2 to high-speed Cable & FTTC Fibre, Leased Lines, Satellite and Wireless broadband services. Additionally, we offer other options including SDSL and bonded ADSL where a number of ADSL lines are linked together to increase the speed.

Our leased-line products offer the ultimate in reliability and speed. If your business needs leased-line connectivity then we can provide and support it for you. Our leased line products are among the cheapest in the UK (please enquire for a quotation to compare us).

We also supply & support a full range of hardware to enhance your company’s internet connection and increase security: Routers, firewalls, modems and associated equipment and software are available from leading manufacturers including Cisco, WatchGuard, Draytek and Juniper.

Find out how partnering with CCS IT Solutions Ltd could benefit your business. Contact our team today – just click here.

Ed Baker Microsoft MVP visits CCS IT Solutions Ltd

Today Ed Baker,  a Microsoft MVP (Microsoft Most Valuable Professional), visited our offices in Manchester. We arranged this visit to discuss our current client base and look at what we should be doing with our clients over the next 3-5 years. At CCS IT Solutions Ltd...

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Becoming a Microsoft Silver Partner for Cloud Services

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