established in 1982

About Us

Founded in 1982, Coniston is one of the longest established technology companies in the North East specialising in the integration of IT and Telecommunication systems to provide best value solutions to private and public sector organisations.

our solutions

At Coniston, we are dedicated to finding the right solution for your business. Whether it is virtualisation, disaster recovery or unified communications, we have the right solution for you.

our partners

Coniston partner with only worldwide known brands within the IT and Telecommunications industry to ensure our customers receive the absolute best service possible. Whether it is HP, VMWare or Wavenet, we can provide the best solution for your business needs.

Contact Us

Contact us directly to speak to a professional about how Coniston can help you integrate the best IT and Telecommunications solutions into your business today.

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Do You Need To Upgrade Your Telephone System?

Your System – Much More Than a Telephone Handset! Your telephone system is much more than a handset that dials customers.  It should be viewed as a marketing tool, and as with any other marketing tool at your disposal, you should ensure it is constantly updated. With features such as Unified Communications, CRM/ERP/TAPI integration and […]

14 Sep, 2015 admin
Connection Voucher Scheme

BDUK Connection Voucher Scheme

What’s it all about? Broadband Delivery UK (BDUK) – part of the Department for Culture, Media and Sport – is delivering superfast broadband connectivity to the nation. With over £1 billion investment, the government is hoping to improve broadband infrastructure to: provide superfast broadband coverage to 90% of the UK by 2016 provide basic broadband […]

18 Aug, 2015 admin
Windows Server 2003 - RIP

The Microsoft Windows Server 2003 Problem

Although experts believe that Windows Server 2003’s end of life has the potential to be the biggest security threat in 2015, there are still an estimated 1.6 million machines still running the now defunct Operating System – a full month after Microsoft delivered its last ever security update for it. What Does This Mean for […]

11 Aug, 2015 admin