Guiding your way through information technology...
We will help you
- • select
the best hardware and software for your needs
- ITCare will help you
determine the best computer system for your particular needs.
- • set up your computer(s)
- We will set up your
computers, connect any accessories and make sure that they are
- • install
an office network
- Our staff will set
up your computers on a local area network (LAN) and connect them
to shared resources (printers, backup
and Internet connections) so you can save the cost of
providing these resources for each computer.
- • protect
your computer(s) from virus and hacker attacks and safely connect
to the Internet
- ITCare will make sure
that your computer and network is protected from virus and hacker
attack. We will teach you and your staff how to recognize attempts
at infiltrating your systems and will make sure that your protection
is up to date.
- • protect and back up your
- Computers sometimes
fail. We will determine the best way for you to protect your
information from a hardware or software failure.
- • install new software
- When you get new software,
we will install it for you and make sure you and your staff
can use it effectively.
- • upgrade existing software
- We will let you know
of any necessary upgrades to your software and will perform
the upgrade — making sure that your information is safe
and secure in the process.
- • ongoing support
- We will be your IT
department. ITCare will give you the benefits of a full-time
person without the cost of hiring someone full time. You will
pay only for the services you use.
- • set up a company
- The World Wide Web is
an important way to promote your business. We will design a web
site for you, locate and help you select a web hosting company
and show you how to update and maintain your web site.
- • protect your
- In a world where your
identity is valuable, ITCare will teach you ways to protect your
identity and prevent others from invading your on-line privacy.
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June 4, 2005