IT Support in Melrose Arch

Melrose Arch has quickly become one of the premier destinations to live, work and shop in Gauteng. With its cosmopolitan atmosphere and central location, it is a great place to be – and as with every desirable business and residential hub – it boasts high connectivity and an advanced IT ecosystem. Dial a Nerd supports this ecosystem with personalised onsite computer support to home users and businesses, assisting in the continual development and advancement of Melrose Arch as a technological standout.

Whether you are a resident or business owner in Melrose Arch, we will not only help resolve the issues you are encountering with your computer and new technology in general, we will also show you simple ways to avoid the same problems in the future. Our goal is to make your IT experience as smooth and as seamless as possible.

We now offer fully managed IT services and can act as an outsourced IT department for medium sized businesses, professional firms and educational institutions. As a company strongly focused on dedicated services, our natural next step was to increase our level of expertise to handle more sophisticated and complex IT problems for our clients.

Call Dial a Nerd on 010 007 0012 and you will get access to a wide variety of IT support services:

 

  • Fully Managed Business IT Support Services
  • Unlimited remote and telephonic support on a convenient monthly subscription
  • Network infrastructure design and implementation
  • Server setup and remote monitoring
  • Identifying and resolving hardware and software problems.
  • Laptop and desktop repairs
  • Virus removal
  • Preventing spam, adware, spyware and pop-ups.
  • VPN and Remote Access Setup
  • Wireless networks and cabling solutions
  • Corporate, SME, and SOHO IT support
  • Printing solutions
  • Hardware Purchase and Lease Programs

Our specialised IT technicians are backed up by a large team constantly providing remote IT support as and when needed, allowing us to always rapidly find an answer to your technology issues.