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We’re not just the UK’s most passionate and knowledgeable IT experts, but we’re the only company that delivers the complete breadth of IT solutions with a truly personal service Computerworld is an IT Infrastructure specialist with operations in Bristol, Cardiff and Exeter. We have strategic partnerships with leading solution providers including VMware, Veeam, Dell, Nimble Storage and others, allowing us to offer our clients a comprehensive IT consultancy service. In addition to offering IT infrastructure solutions, Computerworld provides comprehensive blended learning services and owns the South West’s largest IT Training facility - helping you to fully realise the potential of your workforce and infrastructure. ... Show more
HQBristol, GB

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Employees (est.) (Feb 2019)47
Revenue (FY, 2017)£14.5 M(+18%)

Key People/Management at Computerworld

John Armstrong

John Armstrong

Managing Director
Barry Coombs

Barry Coombs

Operations Director
David Wynn

David Wynn

Technical Director
Rob Staplin

Rob Staplin

Head of Finance & Hr
Steve Donne

Steve Donne

Sales Director
Mike Jessop

Mike Jessop

Service Desk Manager
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Computerworld Office Locations

Computerworld has offices in Bristol and Cardiff
Bristol, GB (HQ)
oaks land business park
Cardiff, GB
E Tyndall St
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Computerworld Financials and Metrics

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Computerworld's revenue was reported to be £14.53 m in FY, 2017

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Computerworld News and Updates

Computerworld names Paramount Software Solutions to 2018 list of 100 Best Places to Work in IT

ALPHARETTA, Ga., June 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- IDG's Computerworld (http://www.computerworld.com) announced Alpharetta, Georgia based IT services firm, Paramount Software Solutions as a 2018 Best Places to Work in IT, one of 100 top organizations that challenge their IT staffs while...

Caesars Entertainment Named Top 100 Best Places to Work in IT by Computerworld

LAS VEGAS, June 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- IDG's Computerworld recently announced Caesars Entertainment Corporation (NASDAQ: CZR), the world's most diversified casino-entertainment provider, as one of the top 100 best places to work in IT. Companies are selected based on their ability to...

CHG Healthcare ranks No. 12 on Computerworld's 2018 list of 100 Best Places to Work in IT

SALT LAKE CITY, June 18, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- CHG Healthcare, a leading healthcare staffing agency, announced today that it has been named one of the 2018 Best Places to Work in IT by IDG's Computerworld, ranking No. 12 in the midsize category. This is the eighth straight year CHG has...

China suddenly has way more of the world’s most powerful computers than the US

Sixteen years ago, China didn’t have a single computer listed (pdf, p.12) among the world’s top 500 supercomputers, machines whose enormous processing power is required…

Smart cities are great. Human-centric cities are (again) the future

You’d be hard-pressed to find someone who doesn’t believe cities are one of our economy’s major arteries—maybe even its heart. To be specific, cities generate…
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Computerworld Blogs

Snow days, the real test for your workspace transformation progress!

For businesses that have truly embraced workspace transformation, a snow day should be business as usual for roles that don’t require a physical presence in a specific location.


Today was our second and final day at IGEL DISRUPT. Today was focusing all around the industry, what challenges people are facing, what technology they are seeing enter the market and ultimately what technology they think will be leading and interesting in 2019.


Barry and myself were lucky enough to be invited to attend IGEL’s annual EUC conference DISRUPT this year which is taking place in Munich, Germany. The conference is all focused around changing the way we work, ripping up the rule book and innovating in ways we have never done before when it com…

Zerto Update at VMworld 2018

In this video I (Barry) catch-up with Steve Blow Technical Evangelist at Zerto to learn more about what is coming to Zerto 7.X. In the forthcoming 7.X release Zerto are further building upon their IT Resilancy Platform to include backup alongside their ability to other replication and mobility on p…

IoT thoughts and reflections from VMworld 2018 in Barcelona

One of my main focuses from VMworld 2018 in Barcelona was IoT, specifically I was looking to better understand use cases that are going into production, architectures for the ‘things’, gateways, edge computing, data storage and analytics and how to manage, maintain and secure the IoT environment. Y…

NSX Basics - Creating Networks using Logical Switches

In this video demonstration I will how you how to create new networks within the NSX environment and make them routable on an external network, all without making any changes to physical switches.
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Computerworld Company Life and Culture

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Computerworld Frequently Asked Questions

  • Who are Computerworld key executives?

    Computerworld's key executives are John Armstrong, Barry Coombs and David Wynn.

  • How many employees does Computerworld have?

    Computerworld has 47 employees.

  • What is Computerworld revenue?

    Latest Computerworld annual revenue is £14.5 m.

  • What is Computerworld revenue per employee?

    Latest Computerworld revenue per employee is £309.2 k.

  • Who are Computerworld competitors?

    Competitors of Computerworld include Abtech Technologies, Port-P and MCSA Group.

  • Where is Computerworld headquarters?

    Computerworld headquarters is located at oaks land business park, Bristol.

  • Where are Computerworld offices?

    Computerworld has offices in Bristol and Cardiff.

  • How many offices does Computerworld have?

    Computerworld has 2 offices.