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Master Geek

# 71962 19-Nov-2010 14:21
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Can anyone recommend a casual IT support company in the Auckland area?

A relative who works out of Fiji and spends time in Auck is in need of basic Windows OS support. Diskspace reorganisation or HDD upgrades, that sort of stuff.

I know there are mobile geek-to-go outfits but don't want to point him at the first one he finds in case they stuff things up. So really hoping for some community expertise and experience on who he should engage with.

I think he's in West AKL.

I'm at the other end of the country and not really in the market for Windows OS support so can't recommend anyone from experience.

(mods: you're welcome to move this to the correct forum, but not having posted in any, it was a toss-up betw "Windows", "IT Pro" and "Wanted")


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Master Geek

  # 407531 22-Nov-2010 09:32
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Heh, so the awful truth is that no-one wants to do Windows support any more.

Thanks anyway!

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  # 407613 22-Nov-2010 12:12
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I know a couple of providers out south but none out West unfortunately.

Passion IT
(Onehunga) might be a good option if no other names come up


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  # 408789 24-Nov-2010 10:39
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Wannabe Geek

  # 416799 13-Dec-2010 22:28
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Hi xurizaemon just wondering if you found anyone to do the work for your friend. I operate my own IT company and could look after any work they have. If you still need help you can look me up on google.
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