It is a truth universally acknowledged that Britain grinds to a halt at the first sign of snow. We can store as much grit, buy as many snow tyres and stock up on as much hot bovril as we like, but it always catches us out.
Add to this the fact that Sheffield has apparently had the deepest snow in the UK (18+ inches and counting!), and it looks like bad news for local businesses who were hoping to be open today. Offices, shops, even some of our favourite local sandwich vendors have been shut. So, why did we bother coming into work?
Our clients' wellbeing is far and away the most important thing to us, and we know that many of them won't have shut today. Either because they weren't affected by the snow, or remained open in spite of it, we needed to ensure that they were supported. IT is an essential part of any business, which is why we do what we do and, snow or no snow, having an IT issue is a major problem for any business or school.
We know that you want to feel supported, and because you don't want to return from a few days off to find your server isn't working as it should be, we braved the elements and kept on working. Some of our team worked from home, and some walked three miles knee-deep in snow.
The upkeep of your IT is an essential part of your business, and we treat it as such. And that's why, despite the 18 inches of snow that have fallen on Sheffield in the past few days, Resolve IT has remained open, and remains committed to caring for our customers and their IT needs.