A look inside our new office in the Innovation Centre
We are excited to announce that we have recently moved in to a much bigger office.
Ben Sollis joins the team at Wight Computers
We are pleased to announce that Ben Sollis has joined Wight Computers Ltd full-time as an IT Support Engineer.
Discounts for charities on all our services & software
Wight Computers Ltd are committed to supporting local charities and non-profit organisations by offering discounts on all our IT services. We appreciate the work you do!
Find us in this month’s Island Business magazine
This month you can find us on page 35 of the Island Business magazine (October 2016 edition). The article features our recently awarded Quality in Business accreditation, together with some background on the business.
Quality in Business Accreditation
We are pleased to announce that Wight Computers Ltd are the first IT service provider to have been awarded the Isle of Wight Chamber of Commerce’s Quality in Business accreditation.
Isle Of Wight Trader Approval Scheme
We are pleased to announce that we are now members of the Isle of Wight Council’s new Trader Approval Scheme (Trading Standards Approved). Previously known as the Buy With Confidence scheme (of which we have been a member since 2012),…
John Collingwood joins the team at Wight Computers
We are pleased to announce that John Collingwood has joined Wight Computers Ltd full-time as a Web & Software Developer.
We have moved to the Innovation Centre
We have relocated to the Innovation Centre in St Cross Business Park in Newport. Our telephone number remains the same – 01983 898250.
Wight Computers donate £600 to Isle of Wight Cats Protection
This year for Christmas, we wanted to make a donation to an Island charity and after much thought we chose the Isle of Wight Cats Protection Adoption Centre in Ryde. They do a fantastic job there at rehoming cats, and…
Invasion of the green cabinets!
Have you spotted one of these new, shiny green cabinets that have been popping up around the Island? Over the last few months, these have been appearing in the streets of Sandown, Shanklin, and other towns on the Isle of…