Our philosophy is to provide you with un-paralleled on-site computer support with high levels of personal service and competitive rates. Our friendly approach is designed to provide you with an understanding of how any problems have occurred and learn best practice for the future.
Using us is like having your own dedicated IT Support department, ready to help at any time, but without the usual associated high costs. We recognise that you want your technology to “just work”, enabling you and your staff to perform your business tasks as quickly and efficiently as possible.
TechnoDoctor is able to offer remote support to fix problems you have with your Microsoft Windows or Apple computer while you sit back and watch. Remote Care provides you with instant access to an IT expert.
TechnoDoctor was started to meet the demands of customers who need prompt personal PC and Mac repairs for their home or office in Brighton & surrounding areas. We come to your home or workplace to rectify any computer related problems you have. From a laptop that won't start, removing viruses or just something as simple as installing a new printer, we are here to help.
Whatever the problem, big or small, we can have you back up and running today. And the best thing is you don't have to do anything, we will come to you, diagnose the problem and fix it. Let us solve your computer problem today! Phone 01273 978705
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