Everything we do today is accomplished one way or the other by use of electronic devices such  as desktops, laptops, tablets or even mobile phones. It is not always that these devices will work without technical failures.

Most office or home devices  in time may require an extra hardware upgrade, a newer version of software, a repair after a malfunction or even  a scheduled maintenance.  As a result, devices perform more effectively giving better results and performance and sometimes saving cost in the long run.
Your work place devices may require different service. Weather you have a large business using several devices or a small business using one device,  the bottom line to making your next decision as to what service your business requires will depend on several factors such as cost, quality and time.
  1. Cost of service you are looking for
  2. Quality of the service
  3. How long will the service you are looking for take to complete

Other factors include the a nature of business, size of business, future business plans and budget.
Been able to have a range of available options to choose from for your workplace devices is good news to every business owner.

Here is a list of services we provide from which you could choose from depending on what your business or work place devices may require.
·         PC General Support
·         Web Application  Programming  (PHP, Python, C++, C#, JAVA, JavaScript)
·         Security Analysis (Mail Server, Network, Database, Web App)
·         Database Management ( MySQL,  SQL Server)
·         POS (Point of Sale)
·         SEO
·         Data Recovery
·         Anti-virus
·         Mobile Phone Related Service
·         Play Station/PC Games
·         PC Hardware
·         PC Software
·         Password Recovery (Unlock Devices/Files)

Let us know what your business or work place devices require.

Cell phone: 0720 029 266
Email: eeric49@gmail.com


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