Cedar Rapids Business Computer Services

Running you’re your business is a full time job! Maintaining your technology should be the last thing on your mind.

When it breaks down, you need local Cedar Rapids expert to get you back up and running fast.

We offer on demand computer support and repair services you can count on when you need it most.

Expert Computer Services

Our Cedar Rapids computer experts provide everything you need to get up and running fast:

  • Virus and spyware removal
  • Data recovery & transfer
  • Wireless network setup
  • Software suite installation
  • System upgrades & recovery
  • Hardware repair
  • Windows upgrades and installation

Residential Computer Services in Cedar Rapids

We offer residential, in-your-home computer repair, system upgrades, and consulting services.

No matter if you use your computer at home for education, information, or a break from your busy life, nothing is more frustrating than when it fails to work properly. We have the expertise to resolve those issues quickly.

Cedar Rapids Computer Repair and Service

Need a Technology Expert you can count on?  We offer complete on-site, in-home and 24 hour emergency services.

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