IT firm OX IT Solutions celebrates five-year anniversary

OX IT Solutions

Oxford based IT company OX IT Solutions is celebrating its five-year anniversary – with ambitious growth plans that will create more jobs in the region.

Based in Kidlington, the firm has built a strong reputation for providing networking, infrastructure and cyber security solutions to organisations nationally.

Its team are experts in systems, hardware and software and wireless solutions, making the company a leading “one stop shop for IT.”

After reaching its five-year milestone, the company is focused on continued growth and job creation amid “unprecedented demand” for IT services.

OX IT Solutions works with major blue-chip companies across the UK, plus NHS trusts, local authorities and SMEs. Clients include the Royal College of Nursing, NW London NHS Trust and Molton Brown.

It has achieved continued growth by delivering a high level of service combined with expertise.

Chris Cope, OX IT Solutions director, said: “The key to our success has been building a team of talented people who are great at what they do and really care for our clients.

“The IT industry is very fast moving, and we always have to stay on top of trends and best practice to make sure we keep delivering. When we launched, cyber security was a big focus and it remains an important issue. But recently there has been major demand to support remote working.

“We have helped a lot of large organisations to switch to remote working seamlessly in the past two years. Cloud based software has transformed how businesses can operate and technology has the power to make them very efficient operationally.”

Technology has continuously evolved over the past five years.

“The speed and agility of IT systems has helped make businesses so much stronger,” Chris continued. “From remote networks to cloud-based storage solutions and project management platforms constantly improving, software and hardware means we can continue to help our clients be more efficient and productive,” said Chris.

“Having partnerships with vendors keeps us at the forefront of the market, which is critical for cyber security.

“Hackers are incredibly sophisticated and brazen and recently there has been a shift from attacking conglomerates and multi-nationals to targeting SMEs, because they are easier to hack.

“This means every business, big or small needs to have robust protection and back-up in place.”