Mobile computer maintenance and repair company based in Bracknell, supporting home PC users and businesses throughout Berkshire, Hampshire, Wiltshire and Surrey.

Serviced Areas

  • Berkshire, Wiltshire, Surrey, Hampshire

Payment Options

  • Credit card, Cash, Financing available

Contact Details

  Website
  City Bracknell
  Postcode RG12 8SH
  Address 90 Ashbourne
  Phone Number 013 4442 7834

Products & Services

IT Support

We offer a range of options to ensure you get the support you need in a timely, efficient and cost effective manner.

Telephone support is often all that is needed. We can also, with permission, logon to your system and work remotely to resolve IT issues.

We will, of course attend site as needed. Our goal is to keep your systems fully productive. We support branch and home office networks and secure connection of remote computers to your main office.

We setup websites and web access to your corporate E-mail and diary system.

We supply and install Anti Virus, Anti Spyware, Web and Spam filtering facilities to suit every client.

Social Activity

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