I have been providing Apple IT solutions for businesses and home users for over 25 years.
To date I have over 6000 business and private home user clients. This has given me invaluable insight in knowing exactly what you or your company requires to get a simple, no fuss solution for your Apple Mac issues.
So whether you need to repair your Mac, need assistance with your Apple or require a better IT solution for your business then get in touch.
If your Mac needs a repair or you need advice on how to setup your Apple devices in your home, in fact any Apple related issue whether its for an upgrade, training, network help, printer setup etc, just contact me for an appointment.
I have helped repair, support and recover thousands of Macs for my clients and all with exceptional aftercare quality. Don’t just take my word for it, read what some of my clients say.
Some of the questions you might have…
- My Mac is becoming really slow
- My Mac is showing a ‘flashing folder‘
- My Mac crashes regularly
- My Mac will not boot up past the Apple Logo
- My Mac may have a virus
- I can’t get on the internet
- I’m having email problems
- I want to run Windows on my Mac
- I need help to set up my Mac to work with Apple TV / AirTunes / AirPlay / AirPrint
- I’m new to Mac & need training
- I want to share files at home with my Mac & other devices
I offer a free one hour consultation service for companies that require advice on what would be the best path to take for their IT requirements.
It could be anything from an installation of a new Mac in the office to a full tailor made server solution. So get in touch and lets discuss your project over a drink.
Unlike other Apple service providers I travel to your location no matter the distance* so you don’t have to take your Apple system apart and mess with any cables, just make a call and we’ll set up an appointment for a location visit at a date and time that suits you.
*Fees apply outside the Amsterdam A10 area
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