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G&V Financial Services
17:01 19 Sep 18
We are using this company for all IT issues. Highly recommended.
Eco Home Log Cabins
20:07 20 Aug 18
Same day computer repair. Fast and efficient.
jayne springer
20:24 18 Aug 18
Ernie came to repair my computer for me today - he was brilliant - would definitely use him again and recommend him and the company to anyone looking for fast, professional PC repairs.
hyperajaldo
03:02 30 Jun 18
Trustworthy guys and a fair price and sticks to quotations. Nice to see an honest engineer. Will come back
Bart Korzilius
14:21 21 Jun 18
These guys were a great help! No nonsense analysis, and really flexible to suit my schedule. I'm very impressed.
John Adams
10:25 12 May 18
Was so impressed with this service. My Macbook Air was dead after stupidly spilling a glass of red wine onto it. After being told by my local shop that it would take 14-21 days I phoned CR Ltd and was told it would take 1-2 days. Not only that but my mac would be collected and dropped back for no extra charge other than the cost of the repair. I thought it was too good to be true and was worried that something wasn't right. I didn't need to worry - my dead laptop was delivered back to me the next day for the cost originally quoted and is working perfectly as if the wine incident had never happened. Couldn't have asked for more.
Chiara Tixi
21:28 14 Sep 17
Speedy and accurate service, professional and friendly. Very happy, also with the price. Highly recommended.
aldas Ten
11:22 01 Sep 17
Very professional. Recommended!
Elmaras Dobilas
11:44 27 Aug 17
Highly recommended! Very fast and professional service.
Pat Timms
11:42 14 Aug 17
Your engineer is excellent he was very helpful nothing was too much trouble
Lithuanian Beer
10:04 03 Aug 17
Excellent, professional and customer orientated specialist, highly recommended
Verslo Zemelapis | TIESA.com
10:30 26 Jul 17
Very quick and professional service. Highly recommended.
Steven Bywater
08:02 07 Mar 17
Resurrected 2 broken laptops for me. Good communication, flexible service and reasonable prices.
Financial Gym Ltd
21:25 03 Mar 17
Fast efficient service. Cleaned up all my computers in one afternoon and saved one that I thought was beyond repair.
Block Solicitors
11:44 15 Jul 16
Done and dusted very quickly with no complications! Amazing! definitely will use them again.
Siu Mun Li
20:16 23 Jan 16
Just had my laptop resurrected and the engineer was fantastic. Very patient, very knowledgeable and knew exactly what he was doing. If I ever have another computer problem, I'll definitely give these guys a call. Great price, Great job, thanks a lot!
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Why onsite data backup is the right way to protect your business

Data backup is important. As computers get increasingly powerful, they can store a concomitant quantity of data (i.e., loads) – but they’re also more prone to falling over, and if they fall over before you’ve managed to do any data backup then you, and your business, are in serious trouble.
What happens is this. You store tons of data on your super-fast, memory rich machine. Its complexity reveals itself to be frailty when it experiences an irrecoverable system crash and six months’ worth of accounts, business files and data bite the dust. That kind of thing can sink a company forever – not to mention play merry hell with the taxman. The temptation not to do regular data backup – I’ve got a brand new, super duper machine, I’ll do my data backup next week – gets more and more overwhelming, the better one’s machine. And the potential for disaster grows ever greater.
Really, all businesses should be running data backup on a daily basis. In today’s time- and resource-pressured world, who has time to recover even one day’s worth of lost work? The last thing a company should do before it closes down for the night is make sure its data backup routine has started, dumping copies of all business servers and hard drives into discrete, protected and difficult-to-destroy media.
This kind of data backup is called onsite data backup – it encompass any kind of safety routine that transfers data onto physical media other than that in which it was created. So an onsite data backup routine might involve copying hard drives onto CD-ROM, DVD, or tape, and storing those items in a place separate from the location in which the original data exists. That way, a company has instant, daily access to its most recently backed up data. Onsite data backup is generally preferable to offsite data backup (where company data is backed up and stored in locations other than the site where that company runs its business) because of the time delay involved in retrieving data that has been backed up off site.
One of the most effective methods of onsite data backup is email backup. Email backup simply involves emailing oneself (preferably to an external email account) copies of important files. That way, if the server on which that information is stored in-house goes down, a user can retrieve the latest versions of the info from the email servers of (say) Yahoo! or Google. That said, of course, there are security concerns raised by performing data backup through use of email accounts that fall outside a company’s purview – which is where the employment of outside agencies, who can best advise on good practice for data backup, comes in.
Employing an external agency to advise on data backup is almost always the best way to generate ironclad data safety measures. External agencies can see the whole of your company’s data processes in an impartial light, which fits them well to offer solid tactical advice on how to perform workable data backup without interrupting your vital systems or the daily running of your business: or compromising security by making information potentially available to outside sources. An external agency like Computer Repair Ltd will come in, make a balanced assessment of your data backup needs, and offer practical advice on how to achieve the best data backup practices without disrupting normal operations.

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