Why choose us
Proactive network maintenance and monitoring. Your IT systems can only get better and more reliable if you understand your weaknesses. We automatically produce a detailed IT audit report encompassing software, hardware and your IT infrastructure. This helps us to understand your systems, understand your requirements and make more educated decisions about upgrades, future planning, licensing and security.
Apple Mac support & implementation specialist.
As well as having a wealth of experience within the corporate Microsoft IT environment we are also Apple Mac specialists. Whether its a single Apple Mac machine to a full Apple Mac server and network environment we have the knowledge and experience to help and support you. our Apple Mac services range from every day support and troubleshooting upto full Apple Mac server and network installations with support and maintenance options to back our work. We also supply the entire range of Apple hardware, software and peripherals.
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’.
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