Networks Support and MaintenanceWe're Not Just "a Guy"
Networks Support and Maintenance
Whether your network is 3 or 300 computers, supporting and maintaining your small business network is what we do. Just like you’re an expert at keeping your business running and serving your customers, we are experts at supporting your computer network.
Since 1983 The Computer Center has been providing network support services to small businesses in and around Blanchardville. Regardless of your size, having an IT expert you can turn to for any type of assistance is key.
Since our staff is made up of several people (we’re not just ‘a guy’), with a range of experiences, we can solve nearly any network or computer issue your business may be experiencing. We start with our proprietary Business and Technology Assessment process that allows us to take a deep dive into your computer systems, network stability, and business needs. Much like a doctor that pulls together all the clues from blood tests, x-rays and examinations, we are able to then make recommendations that will make sure your computer network runs smoothly and efficiently, letting you focus on running your business (not fixing frustrating computer problems).
Once we’ve stabilized your network, we provide complete support and maintenance from the occasional checkup to a full, turnkey IT department at your disposal.
Call today and request a no-obligation Business and Technology Assessment and learn just how safe, secure, and smoothly your computer network can truly be.
Receive 2 FREE hours of IT support OR a Business Technology Assessment
Get answers to key questions such as: Are your IT systems truly secured from hackers, cyber criminals, viruses, worms, and even sabotage from rogue employees? Are your backups configured properly? Are you unknowingly exposing your company to extensive fines and litigation under Wisconsin data breach laws? Could you utilize cheaper and more efficient cloud computing technologies? And, are your systems optimized for maximum speed and performance?