I had an interesting call this week from a client in Phoenix. He reported that his internet was broken. I was afraid I might have to send over a local technician, since remote access only works if the client has internet service, but his computer showed up on my remote access application and reported that it had a healthy connection.
I was thinking about what I'm thankful for in the world of computers, and I immediately thought of Facebook. Staying in touch with my far-flung friends and family, sharing pictures and jokes, even using it to promote my business -- Facebook is the best innovation on the Web! Then I started having second thoughts.
If you can only do one thing to maintain your computer, backing up your computer is the one I would recommend. All computer hardware eventually gets old and dies, and if you're not careful, your data can die with it. Here are some of the best ways to make sure your data is kept safe, from easiest to a little harder.
Remember those con artists who would go from door to door back before the Internet, scamming innocent people? Well, there’s a whole new generation of these dishonest people, and they’re trying just as hard to con you, but now it’s online. You need to follow these three steps to avoid becoming another victim.
Do you have a question about computer software or hardware, networks, or the Internet? If so, chances are someone else has asked it before. Check out our list of FAQ, and if you don't find what you're looking for, ask us! Other curious people will thank you, as well.
If you’ve ever had a hard drive or motherboard fail, you have likely felt the pain of losing all of your data and programs and/or having to replace expensive hardware. The good news is that you can prevent most of these painful incidents by performing some simple maintenance steps, and keep your computer running its best at the same time.
With more than 30 years of experience, Mighty IT employees are experts in a variety of operating systems and software. We've also spent many hours successfully troubleshooting computer hardware, and have set up hundreds of networks. We use this expertise to help our customers with their desktop computers, laptops, software programs, printers, and networks. We also offer training, so that you can own your technology!
Many technicians have developed the attitude that they know everything, and they treat the customer dismissively and with a distinct lack of respect. We, on the other hand, have the technical expertise, but we also know that you're looking for friendliness, honesty, trustworthiness, and respect -- and that's what you'll get from Mighty IT. We have the happy customers to prove it!
For the past several years, we have offered our remote access service to customers across all the United States. It is so efficient and economical that hundreds of our existing customers already rely on this kind of service to fix their software and operating system problems. If you don't have active Internet access, or if your problem is hardware-related, we also have technicians available in the Phoenix Metro and Chino Valley (Arizona) areas who are available to help you in person. Either way, we work at your convenience and on your schedule. And we don't charge outrageous prices!
We can set up a new wireless network or Internet connection, or repair or replace your existing network equipment in case of breakdown. We can also upgrade your network or attach a new device to it, like a printer.
Having trouble figuring out whether a computer issue is related to hardware (parts inside the computer) or software (the programs that run on the computer)? Stop stressing, and let us solve the problem.
If you have a working Internet connection, we can login remotely from our offices and fix your computer or help you with a project you're stuck on -- at extremely reasonable prices.