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Our community

We’re a service business; our people are our main asset, so we look after them. We do a lot of training, and we have a successful apprentice programme. We also have a pretty active social life. We value our diversity – more than a third of our staff are female, which is pretty unusual for a tech-sector business, and we’ve employees from every background you can imagine. All of us share the same passion for helping others get things done.

We care about all our stakeholders, too, treating suppliers and customers fairly and doing our bit to help the local community and the tech sector.

Our social commitment

We are committed to achieving the sustainable development of our company, not forgetting about our social responsibilities that we have in respect to society. Managed Networks is committed to limiting the environmental implications of our business operations and transform it to environment-friendly.

Charity and social enterprise

Managed Networks is involved in a wide variety of charitable work both as an organisation and through the efforts of individual staff. You can read more about our corporate work here. If you'd like to get involved with any of the charities we support, please get in touch.

The environment and carbon reduction

Managed Networks takes carbon reduction and sustainability very seriously. Our data-centre based, shared services, virtualisation and thin-client approach offers a reduction of up to 60% in your carbon footprint from IT. We can arrange for validation of this reduction by an external auditor on request and have worked with Carbon Life (one such auditor) previously. We also operate our own internal systems on the same basis to minimise our own footprint. Other footprint reduction actions we take include:

  • Use of public transport for client visits wherever possible
  • Maximisation of shared logistics to reduce road miles from equipment transport
  • Minimisation of printed output and recycling of all possible waste material

Disposal of old equipment

We work with Computer Aid International to ensure effective re-use of superannuated equipment. In conjunction with our suppliers we ensure that all disposals of equipment that cannot effectively be reused comply with the WEEE directive.