Perfect for urgent issues.
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- Are you being overcharged by clever AI? Watchdog looks at whether algorithms hurt competitionJanuary 19, 2021
- Ransomware victims that have backups are paying ransoms to stop hackers leaking their stolen dataJanuary 19, 2021
- Cyberattack fears raise the alarm in Eastern European countriesJanuary 19, 2021
- Fake collaboration apps are stealing data as staff struggle with home working securityJanuary 18, 2021
- Protective DNS aims to protect remote workers from malware attackJanuary 18, 2021
- GDPR: Fines increased by 40% last year, and they’re about to get a lot biggerJanuary 18, 2021
- Hackers ‘manipulated’ stolen COVID-19 vaccine data before leaking it onlineJanuary 17, 2021
- Still talking to Cortana? Microsoft gives you more control over how your voice recordings are usedJanuary 17, 2021
- Ongoing ransomware attack leaves systems badly affected, says Scottish environment agencyJanuary 17, 2021
- From blockchain to big data and IoT, tech is trying to speed up vaccine supply chainsJanuary 17, 2021
- Ransomware reveals the hidden weakness of our big tech worldJanuary 16, 2021
- Ransomware attacks now to blame for half of healthcare data breachesJanuary 14, 2021
- Microsoft, Oracle, Salesforce join COVID-19 vaccination records system projectJanuary 14, 2021
- How I used open source to extend Apple’s Home automation to more devicesJanuary 14, 2021
- Google fixes API bug in COVID-19 contact-tracing apps worldwideJanuary 13, 2021
- 5G rollouts gather pace, despite obstacles and arguments over coverageJanuary 13, 2021
- Phishing warning: These are the brands most likely to be impersonated by crooks, so stay alertJanuary 13, 2021
- Surface Pro 7+ for Business: Here’s what makes it differentJanuary 13, 2021
- The most important job in tech has just been filled, but not in the way we expectedJanuary 13, 2021
- The most important job in tech has just been filled, but not the way it was plannedJanuary 13, 2021
- Hackers have leaked the COVID-19 vaccine data they stole in a cyberattackJanuary 12, 2021
IT support, anywhere, right now.
Perfect for clients who don’t wish to commit to a monthly support contract, our IT support service offers a quick fix for day to day PC problems. As long as your computer can still get online, we should be able to fix your PC remotely within a matter of minutes. You can even book a time that’s most convenient for you – daytime, evenings or even at the weekend!
We can help you with anything from virus/malware removal to installing programs and fixing errors. All work is done in complete confidentiality and the remote connection is done via professional helpdesk software using 256bit SSL encryption.
No call out, no hidden costs, just friendly expert service.
The service starts at just £78+vat for a single session and if we can’t fix the issue remotely or the problem needs an engineer visit, the session won’t be billed and you can either keep the credit banked or we will refund you. 100% satisfaction guaranteed!
IT support fix-it points purchased can be “banked” for up to 12 months and the more sessions you pre-pay, the cheaper it is.
IT Support FEATURES :
- On-call Live IT Support
- Optimise Operating System
- Identify and Remove Viruses
- Spyware and other Malware
- Computer Tune-up Toolkit
- Configure Security Settings
- Anti-virus/anti-spyware and Firewall
- Repair Driver Conflicts
- Setup File & Printer Sharing
- Configure and/or create email account
- Install or set up a new peripheral (i.e. printer, scanner, fax, etc).