ESP Projects, experienced IT consultants, deliver IT Support from our head office in Sheffield to businesses throughout the UK, from the Isle of Lewis to Southend-on-sea! We also have engineers based throughout the UK from Leeds to Manchester and from Nottingham to London to ensure easy access to onsite support if needed. Our flexibility and responsiveness mean that we can tailor our support to customers of all sizes.
With our unrivaled unlimited contracts you need not worry about how many times you contact us, we will work with you until your problem is solved
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Web Design and Development
At ESP Projects we specialise in making modern, stylish and easy to use websites. Our experienced and friendly Sheffield based web design consultants will work closely with you to turn your ideas into a website that both you and your customers love. See some examples of our client projects in our case studies With over 16 years' experience we know what it takes for a website project to be successful.
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Years of experience using the powerful & wildly popular Wordpress and Magento
ESP Projects offer IT solutions to all types of organisation, from large businesses, to small charities and third sector clients. We specialise in delivering tailored IT solutions, whilst cutting through the jargon and providing systems that work as they should, benefiting both the organization's employees and their customers. With over 16 years' experience, our team of 28 provide friendly expertise and advice when you need it.
Microsoft and TT-Exchange (Tech Trust) have announced in the last few days, that some changes to the Donation Programme ran by the partners will be coming into force on 1st April 2018 – just 3 weeks away!
TT-Exchange (A registered UK Charity in its own right) is the only place where registered UK charities can access donated products from the Microsoft Product Catalogue (it also provides donated and discounted products from many other software and hardware vendors)
The General Data Protection Regulation was first proposed in 2012, and what followed was four years of discussions, debates, and amendments, with the regulation finally adopted by the European Parliament in 2016. Countries, companies, and organisations were given two years to comply, with the regulation being enforced from 25 May 2018. What originally seemed like a reasonable amount of time to prepare has passed quickly, and at the time of this writing, enforcement of the GDPR is barely 3-months away.
Tech Trust has this week released a new white paper aimed at illuminating the fact that many charities have no sort of Digital Strategy in place.
What is it About?
The whitepaper provides lots of statistics that Tech Trust have generated during the creation of the whitepaper. The whitepaper is titled “No charity left behind: the need for a digital third sector” and provides information and trends surrounding the information it gathered between September and October 2017.
As you will have noticed, ESP Projects has been posting regular content relating to GDPR (General Data Protection). Which comes into force in May 2018. Recently, the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has released new content aimed at charities. Adding to the ever-growing list of resources on its website. The documentation has been added to the Small Business advice and guidance section.