Holland Computer Services offers high quality support and advice for all aspects of computer use, both in business and in the home. We can help you make the most of your technology.

Staring in industry its owner, Kevin Holland, has been providing IT support services for the last 19 years.

Highlights, Specialties & Features

  • No Call-Out charges
  • Free no-obligation initial site survey or consultation

Professional Associations & Certifications

  • Microsoft Registered Partner
  • AVG Authorised Reseller
  • Acronis Authorised Reseller
  • Dell Authorised Partner

Payment Options

  • Cheque, Invoice (on approval), Cash, Direct Bank Transfer / BACS

Contact Details

  City Halesworth
  Postcode IP19 9AR
  Address Business Unit 2, Hillhouse Farm
  Phone Number 01986 873435

Products & Services


Technical Support
Network Design, Installation & Maintenance
Data Security
Disaster Recovery Planning (DRP) and Business Continuity Planning (BCP)
Strategy - Business and Technology Assessment
Systems Security Audit
Data Recovery
Business Support

Social Activity

Happy Friday everyone. Quick cartoon from a very clever site - xkcd.com. Sometimes a bit geeky, but often raises a smile. Enjoy. http://xkcd.com/1487/
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Lego Doctor Who anyone? Lego will be officially launching 'Doctor Who and companion' sets. No launch dates nor characters confirmed yet. Possibly ready for Christmas...? #doctorwholego #scififun http://www.bbc.co.uk/newsbeat/31138618
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Computer Virus history. Have you heard of 'Dark Avenger'? He was one of the first virus writers, and probably one of the best. Interesting article on how the Anti-virus companies came into being. If you have any questions or concerns about computer security,
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Minecraft passwords compromised - about 1800 user accounts and passwords have been 'phished' from users. If you've not had an email from Mojang, the game's developers, then you're probably not affected. However if you HAVE has a warning email from them
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60% of Android users are exposed to a security flaw in the default Android web browser, and Google are NOT going to fix it. If you have an Android tablet or phone running 4.3 (JellyBean) or older then you should install an alternative browser such as
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Adobe have now patched the recently discovered security flaw. Time to update Flashplayer on your computer. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-30948123
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Adobe Flash security 'flaw' - if you're prompted to 'Update Adobe Flash' in the next day or two you should do so. A 'zero-day' flaw is a software vulnerability that is made public before the software vendor is aware of or has had a chance to fix it. And
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Passwords - love them or hate them you need them. But don't do what these interviewees did - keep yours safe. Protect them like you do your bank PIN. If you have a questions about computer security, passwords, or anything else IT feel free to contact
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