Securing computers and networks for the home and office. Providing a full range of computer services in Rhode Island, Eastern Massachusetts and Northeastern Connecticut. We specialize in computer and network security. We install secure wired and wireless networks for the home or office and secure remote access for your employees. We can also secure your user workstations and business servers. For the home user we perform a full range of computer services. Virus removal, PC tune ups, hardware and software upgrades, and computer troubleshooting.
- Rhode Island, Eastern Massachusetts, Northeastern Connecticut
- Cash Only, Money Orders, Personal Checks
|Phone Number||(401) 497-8781|
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Businesses: We have over 20 years of experience supporting business enterprise systems. We provide on-site technology expertise. We support Unix and Windows desktops and servers, networks, printers and employees. The last nine years we have provided business enterprise support for a Fortune 100 company in Rhode Island. Home Users: We have twenty-eight years experience supporting users with all kinds of computer repair issues, virus and spyware removal, home wireless and wired network setup, computer and network security and internet connectivity problems.
Is your computer running slow or acting strangely? It could be a virus. There are of thousands of viruses, spyware, and worms on the internet that can harm your computer, and make you vulnerable to fraud and identity theft. We can help repair and secure your computer.
Integrity is the characteristic that defines David. He is honest to a fault and holds himself to a very high moral and professional standard. Additionally, he is creative enough to craft solutions within a very stringent regulatory climate that satisfy the project/customer needs without compromising the security policies for the organization.
Every computer connected to the Internet is exposed to dangers. For myself and many others the benefits of using the Internet far exceed the possible dangers. We can minimize the dangers if we follow some basic security principles both for our home and office computers. For your router to provide its full security benefits it has to be configured correctly. How big a problem is this?