Sorting through hardware, software, firmware, network, and interoperability issues is a key pillar of Dean Bradley Computers. With excellent troubleshooting skills, a clear understanding of the client’s needs, and knowledge of what is “not” working, persistent and ongoing issues can be resolved.
Troubleshooting ranges from diagnosing failing hardware and corrupted software, to discovering incompatible programs, and more. Issues may affect individual computers or entire office systems (“Oh no, I can’t print to our network printer!”). Problems may also arise because of changes software vendors (Microsoft, Adobe, and Internet providers) make to their hardware or software.
Whether it is a local computer problem, a network problem, or cloud-based problems, critical technology issues impacting the running of your business, can be resolved, keeping your business running smoothly.
Expansions & Upgrades
It is great news when a client’s business is expanding. However, expansion also calls for discussions about needed system changes as the company grows. Planning makes it much easier to integrate new users and new systems to maintain expansion.
Both hardware and software purchases should be considered not only for current use, but also for future growth.
Establishing, and maintaining, standards and structures within the IT realm are essential in keeping company systems up and running.
Technology continues to change by offering expanding and faster ways to connect office computers, workers, and customers. Computers can be wired into the wall or operate as wireless systems. There are a number of options available to establish a networking system that suits your company and allows more efficient communication, data sharing and access to the Internet.
Every business needs to know data is safe and available when needed. Some jobs require constant computer use, but some employees can work for a short time with only a minimal amount of company data immediately available. By determining the business and user needs, a plan can be put into place which satisfies either scenario.
A true ‘backup’ of data is when a copy of the data is stored in a separate location than the original data. Although many of us have our important data backed up either locally or in the cloud, occasionally something may slip through the cracks and if that happens, restoration from a failed drive may be necessary.
In Addition to the above mentioned, I also provide other services which Include but are not limited to the following:
- Computer Repair
- IT Consulting
- Laptop Repair
- PC Repair
- Mac Repair
- Networking Setup
- Wireless Setup
- Wireless Troubleshooting
- Printer Troubleshooting
- Small Business Computer Services
- On-Site Computer Repair and Services
- Equipment Purchase
- New System Setup
- Data Transfer
- Virus Removal, Malware Removal
- And More