Internet freedom with Liberty ICT

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    Getting the most out of your computer system is all about freedom. Freedom to use the internet with peace of mind, knowing that your protected data stays just that: protected. It’s also nice to know that if something does go wrong, you have an expert on the end of the phone who can help you immediately.

    Liberty ICT is a well established and reputable IT Consultancy firm based in Worksop, specialising in IT supply, installation, and support. With over 150 clients, Liberty only uses Certified Microsoft Professionals with more than 10 years experience. As well as IT support, the company also sell high quality branded computer desktops, servers and laptops.

     

    Liberty offer a variety of services including:

    -Configuration of computer systems

    -Solutions to problems with viruses

    -PC support to keep systems running smoothly for less than 50p a day

    -Solutions to problems with slowness

    -Recovery of lost data

    -Designing IT solutions for clients

    -Providing scalable, powerful and reliable equipment

    Sales Director Richard Siddall has 20 years experience in the industry. “We take care of the day-to-day IT support and operational management of your computer network,” says Richard. “We can offer a single point of contact for your IT support, supply and installation. We give our clients the reassurance that whatever the problem, whatever the issue, we are here to help.”

    “We fix over 95% of problems within one hour, without even coming on site. What’s more, 30% of problems are fixed in just 5 minutes. This means less downtime, fewer wasted hours, and greater reliability. Reassurance, guaranteed.” Putting it simply, Richard says “We troubleshoot problems and make them go away!”

    And if you thought IT was a boring subject, Richard has a story that may just change your mind. “I worked on a project in 2004 that was slightly unusual. I was approached by the owner of a 40 room, 18th Century house in Old Cotes, Nottinghamshire. The man in question told me stories of what he believed to be a haunting in the property. He had witnessed a piano that had played by itself, and on one occasion, he had had a set of brass scales mysteriously thrown at his head. Despite the owner refusing to set foot in house, I was asked to install low light security cameras and digital video recorders in the rooms in order to “watch ghosts”.

    “I embedded a live feed from all 16 cameras to a website,” continues Richard.  “The public could pay a subscription fee to gain access to the feed, and become ghost watchers themselves. It was incredibly successful and the website received 250,000 hits in just 10 months. The client made thousands of pounds from the subscription fees, but was still too afraid to set foot in the house after the previous goings on!”

    Of course, Richard is also an expert on the everyday computer problems. And he has a few words of warning for anyone looking to buy a new laptop.

    “The computers you see in PC world for £300 may seem like a bargain. But what you’re actually buying is a computer made by a firm that has paid a fee to be able to put the brand name on the machine. What’s inside is something different altogether. If you’re not paying £500 for a laptop, you’re not getting the brand; it’s a simple as that.”

    And it’s not just choosing a new laptop that can be problematic. Richard also recommends that people no longer use Windows 98. “I come across clients who have lots of problems with it,” says Richard. “Unfortunately, if you know what you’re doing, it’s possible to hack into Windows 98 in less than 15 seconds. The support and protection for the software are no longer running, therefore your computer can be hacked, virused, or scammed.”

    To keep your data protected, or to find out more about how Liberty ICT Limited can help you and your business, contact Richard on 07980 285 817, or email info@libertyict.co.uk

     

     

     

     

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      Written by Chris

      April 17th, 2012 at 12:32 pm