Let's face it, whether you like them or not computers are here to stay. Maintaining these systems, however, shouldn't have to be your job. Afterall, you've got a business to run. That's where I come in. As always, drop me a line if you have any questions or are interested in my services.
Daily usage takes its toll on computers. Between the software junk that accumulates on a computer and the dust that accumulates inside a computer, it's good practice to clean it all out every once in a while. Whether you need a couple of viruses removed or a complete rebuild, I can make the process quick and painless for you.
Gone are the days when you need to be tethered to the wall to get online. With modern wireless technologies, you can get online from your kitchen, bedroom, or even outside without a single wire! Or, in a business environment, your laptop can come with you from your office to the meeting without interrupting your downloads or the need to reconnect.
Security is a big deal, and shouldn't be taken lightly. Whether you know ir or not, you've got a ton of sensitive data on your computers that should never make it into the hands of others. Whether you've got just one computer in your home or 1,000 computers in your office, you shouldn't be on your own when it comes to determining the right security solution.
Storing data on your computer is fine when you have just one or two computers, but what about when you get 5, 10, 20 people trying to access data all at the same time? Do you really want them to all be connecting to your computer? A server, regardless of the scale, can really help with availability. A print server ensures that everyone can print regardless of whether or not a computer is on. A file server can do the same for files, while also ensuring that everything is in one place when it comes time for a backup.
All it takes is one hard disk failure and you could potentially lose all your data. Luckily, as easy as it is lose all your data, it's just as easy, if not easier, to protect it and make sure that should that disk fail all your data can quickly be recovered. A backup solution can be tailored to your needs, so your data can be backed up to optical media (CDs / DVDs), offsite via the Internet, or even more sophisticated enterprise-grade backup mechanisms.
The few topics touched upon here just scrape the surface of the IT Services I have to offer. If there's a computer involved, I can help you take control of it. Just drop me a line and we can discuss your needs and the right solution for you.