Residential IT Support

Nathan MaxwellTech Services Support

Only the Best Will Do When it Comes to IT for Your Home

With technology assuming a center stage position in our homes, keeping everything running on an even keel has become a top priority for most families. Since the average home is equipped with mobile phones, tablets, and multiple smart TVs, there’s a lot of technology to keep running and synchronized.

But finding an IT repair technician can be exceptionally challenging. After all, this is your home. You’re not comfortable inviting just anyone inside your doors.

Who do you trust?

You need to find an IT repair specialist that makes you feel comfortable. And since you’re not fluent in “tech speak,” you want someone who will break the bad news to you in simple terms.

As a technology layperson, you know you are in a vulnerable position. You need an IT repair person who won’t try to sell you a bunch of cool tech toys that you don’t need and can’t use. The bottom line is if you are inviting someone into your home to help you with a process you don’t completely understand, trust is vital.

What About Cybercrime?

With cybercrime at an all-time high, cybersecurity for your home tops the list of your concerns. Identity theft is a rising problem today, and you want to be sure that you don’t fall prey to the schemes of cybercriminals. While you’ve gotten by with a home-based antivirus program up until now, you likely haven’t kept on top of all the stuff you know you’re supposed to do with your devices, and you worry that you may find yourself the victim of a virus.

But the thing that causes you to lose sleep at night is the worry that a hacker could penetrate your antivirus program to access your bank accounts, investment portfolios, and other sensitive information. You’ve heard of families losing their entire life savings in only a few moments.

We’re here to help, and we’ll build concentric technology walls and moats around your castle to protect you!