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Topic # 230571 2-Mar-2018 11:32
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Does anyone have recommendations for on-site business PC support services for a site located in the East Tamaki/Botany Downs area? The site is remotely supported by the head office, but from time to time local on-site support is required.

 

Nothing too taxing: Small site, local Windows desktop OS/HW issues, some light local and WAN network troubleshooting etc. No Windows Server, AD, domain-joined PC's etc. at this particular site. 


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  Reply # 1966983 2-Mar-2018 11:37
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I can recommend a client of mine, Fusion Networkshttps://www.fusionnetworks.co.nz/

 

They're based in Mt Wellington which is just next door.


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  Reply # 1966995 2-Mar-2018 12:03
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Can I suggest myself? I think I'm (and my team) are pretty amazing. Feel free to give us a call (0508-100-200) or check out our website (www.tq.net.nz).

 

Alternatively, I've heard very good things about CodeBlue and Belton :)








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  Reply # 1973616 12-Mar-2018 22:14
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Thanks for the prompt reply & suggestions.

 

And yes, you can most certainly vouch for you own team! :)


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  Reply # 1973651 12-Mar-2018 22:56
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http://www.pcfixit.co.nz/ Across the road from Botany Town Centre


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