Get IT support at the snap of your fingers…
We can offer you computer network support with our remote IT management solution; designed to enable us manage your computers, servers and network problems via the web.  This is easily the best form of IT support you can get for your small business in the Exeter area, Devon or the South West.

Save time; save money…

Our specially trained and highly qualified technical support team can solve your technical problems via remote desktop support in a fraction of the time it would take to call out someone on site.  This ensures your time is not wasted and your systems are operational allowing you to get on with your business as normal.

Our computer network support service ensures we will

  • Manage and audit asset inventory of all software, hardware and network settings
  • Install configure and patch your computer system with the latest windows updates
  • Provide a dedicated technical support hotline and user friendly online trouble ticket reporting
  • Manage and enforce your computer network usage policy
  • Monitor and log your system performance and events
  • Carry out full systems report

Give your small business the support it needs with our remote IT management solution.  Whether you’re based in Exeter, Devon or anywhere else around the UK, so give us a call today on 01392 908000.

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