Don't want the burden of a long-term IT contract but need occasional technical assistance? Our Flexible, Pay-As-You-Go (PAYG) support provides affordable help precisely when you need it. Get the IT support you need, when you need it, and only pay for what you use. These services can include things like troubleshooting, maintenance, and upgrades to hardware and software. Our Pay-As-You-Go Support service delivers a fast, efficient and cost-effective solution for dealing with IT support issues.

No commitment. Our team provides support as and when you need it. No monthly contracts so you can fix your issues as they arise. Most of our clients have common issues that can be fixed remotely. If onsite help is needed, we can be at your office to fix your problems quickly. If you need an engineer onsite more regularly, we also offer a custom service, from a day a week to full-time. In addition if you are moving offices, we can be on hand to set up and test the hardware and systems in your new office.
This flexible option means business owners can easily keep track of costs. Our Pay As You Go IT services and support for your business mean no waiting time or call-out charges. We provide instant remote support to any PC with an internet connection. Or, our clients if you need an engineer at your office, we can do that too.

Need urgent remote troubleshooting to get your systems back online? We can assist immediately for a low one-time fee. Have an ongoing project that requires 20 hours of technical support this month? We can handle it for a simple flat rate.


Technical Courier

We have skilled technical engineers who can execute a number of services including swap outs, technical repairs such as replacing routers and PC’s to installing and replacing chip and pin machines.

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IT Deployment/Roll Out

Whether you need us to deploy 500 PCs in a school or install Point of Sale displays in a nationwide chain of shops, our experienced team will work with you to develop a comprehensive distribution and installation.

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IT Desktop Support

Proactive on-site or remote support – Benefit from an experienced in-house IT Manager who will get to know your systems and infrastructure, inside out, and provide proactive on-site or remote support.

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Laptop & Desktop Deployment | User Migration Service for Windows!!

Windows Deployment

Windows is the most used operating system in the world and most businesses rely on it for their workforce’s computing needs. In case your business, in any case, has multiple workers and, in some cases, has multiple locations as well, Windows deployment on per user workstation can be an enormous time-consuming campaign. Your IT team will have to insert a Windows operating systems CD or DVD into each station and install it one by one. That is not all, they would have to configure each computer so that it is in line with how previous workstations are set up.

Windows Deployment Services refers to a server role that allows IT administrators to deploy Windows operating systems remotely. It allows for network-based installations to set up new computers so that it eliminates the need for Windows Operating System CDs and DVDs for deployment on individual client machines. Windows Deployment Services automate installation technology so that it will require minimal intervention or attention.

Another thing that Windows Deployment Services can do for your business is to standardize the deployment of Windows over your organization. If you inquire about any IT professional, whereas there are variations in user configurations as each department and each client may have different computing needs, having a deployment benefit where you’ll be able to standardize rollouts for new users and devices is the most helpful way to deploy Windows operating system and other drivers and pre-installed applications in a one-is-to-many environment. Windows Delivery Services does this function relatively well. It acts as a repository of the Windows Boot and Install files, but also is responsible for the transmission of these files.

With Windows Imaging Format or WIM, which is a disk-based file type, you can install or boot client machines to their Windows Preinstallation Environment or Windows PE. Windows PE is a minimal version of the Win32 Operating System, which is used to prepare a computer for Windows Installation. Once client machines are in Windows PE, it can now copy disk images from a network file server that hosts the Windows Operating version you want to be installed, then initiate Windows Setup. It provides IT teams a level of control over client machines before, during, and after Windows Installation.