John joined Breakwater in 2012 as a senior engineer before becoming Service Desk Manager and most recently Operations Manager.
Breakwater IT announced today it has achieved a Silver Small and Midmarket Cloud Solutions competency, demonstrating its ability to meet Microsoft cus
Breakwater IT announced today it has once again achieved the Small and Midsize Business (SMB) Specialisation from Cisco.
The performance statistics for August are in and looking good!
We measure customer satifaction with monthly surveys to help us in our goal to provide a great service. The results for June are in!
We've recently added two new members of staff to the Service Desk, both Kevin Vincent and Mark Frost join us as Level 2 Service Desk Professionals.
Microsoft has announced that its Office for iPad productivity suite has so far notched up 27 million downloads, despite having received poor reviews
On Thursday Microsoft released a patch for a perilous hole in its Internet Explorer browser that hackers could slip through to invade computers.
As a biscuit loving bunch we were absolutely thrilled to receive such a wonderful surprise in this morning's post.
Breakwater IT earns distinction through demonstrated technology success and customer commitment.
Operations Manager, John Gostling is running the Edinburgh Marathon in May
Breakwater is pleased to announce that they have formed a new alliance with Netmatters, the Norfolk based Web Development Company.
Formally Level 3 Service Desk Professional, Stuart is to manage our busy Service Desk
Breakwater have recently achieved the small and midsize business specialisation from Cisco.
On 8th April 2014 Microsoft will cease support of the Windows XP operating system.
Breakwater IT today announced it has become a Microsoft Authorised Education Reseller (AER).
We've recently saved a Business with just 2 telephone lines over £400 per year, what's to stop you shopping around.
As part of our continued work with the East of England Energy Group, EEEGR, we are pleased to be featuring again in the latest edition of the magazine
Our Level 2 Service Desk Professional, Stuart Moll is now CCNA certified following his recent exam.
Microsoft will end support for Windows Server 2003 next year, will you be ready?
I have just returned from a very relaxing break in the Greek Islands where my wife and I spent many hours sipping coffee and wine...
Microsoft is ending its support for Windows XP on April 8, 2014.
Happy New Year to me! 2014 marks my anniversary of providing business customers with advice on their telecoms solutions for 20 years.
By now everyone and their dog should be aware that Microsoft's support for Windows XP and Office 2003 ends on April 8th, 2014.
It's easier than you think to stay safe online; Here we have a few tips for you.
Over the last 18 months the wholesale cost of fixed to mobile calls have reduced twice and line rental is reducing this September.