About iTek IT Support
iTek Computer Solutions was formed to offer the highest quality, flexible IT Support and consultancy service for small and medium sized businesses in Cumbria and North Lancashire area. From Kendal to Carlisle, Preston to Lancaster we can provide you a full IT computer support service
iTek’s approach is flexible. We can act as a clients entire IT department or we can be used to supplement an existing IT department. In either case, our aim is to build long term partnerships that can add both value and confidence in your companies systems through a combination of quality day to day support along with experienced and considered advice.
Experienced industry knowledge.
Our background is supporting a broad range of customers in a wide range of industry sectors, meaning we have learnt a thing or two about implementing solutions for companies with very specific requirements.
The personal touch.
Good working relationships make getting the job done easier. We work hard to ensure that we are approachable and that our staff provide the ‘personal touch’ to make our clients feel at home and comfortable. They will happily take the time to explain how or why things happen, or if you would prefer will just ‘get on with the job’.
Services we offer.
- IT support & maintenance
- Microsoft support specialist
- Apple Mac support specialist
- Network installations
- IT consultancy and planning
- IT project management
- Apple Mac equipment supply
- PC & Peripherals equipment supply
- Anti-Virus & Security systems & auditing
- Data recovery specialists
- Cumbria – including Kendal, Windermere, South Lakes, Penrith
- North Lancashire – including Lancaster and Preston
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