Fostral Information Technologies - Maintenance

By: Fostral  05/12/2011
Keywords: Information Technologies

Avoid Murphy's Law, as it applies to your computers and printers. Have preventative maintenance and cleaning done at least once per year. Cleaning keeps dust off of internal components, reduces heat build-up, and can lengthen the life of your computer or printer. Our technicians clean internal and external equipment and perform various maintenance tasks. We provide you with a report on the condition of your equipment. This gives you the peace of mind, knowing that your equipment is in top operating shape. Preventative maintenance keeps you aware of the condition of your computer equipment and can reduce downtime SIGNIFICANTLY!

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