PR PC Support has over 4 years of experience in the education industry. Our engineers are DBS checked and ready to be deployed to your site. From desktops to servers, from network management to web filtering no job is to small or too big.
Over 15 years in the support industry, there is no job too big or too small for your small business requirements. Reasonable rates and a wide range of skills and expertise.
Home office setups, wireless networks, router configuration, PC rebuilds, data restore, domain name setup, email, mobile devices, backup solutions – you name it, we can help
About PR PC Support
PR PC Support do our best to provide our clients with the tools they need to perform their jobs to the best of their ability. We will look at problems and try to find the best and most cost effective solution to suit the needs of the client. Our Microsoft Certified engineers offer a comprehensive range of computing and IT Support services for our home user, education and small business users. When you depend on your IT environment to keep your business running, the smallest issues can have far reaching consequences which affect your business productivity. We will perform a health check prior to any work undertaken and recommend improvements in areas that could be vulnerable. We don't tie you into support contracts, all work can be done on an ad-hoc basis charged at an hourly rate. From Server setup and monitoring to installing and configuring software packages, we are sure to be able to help. PR PC's are also partnered with a specialist cabling and telecommunications company and qualified electricians, so can undertake complete jobs from cabling to getting your PC connected on your desktop. No job is too small, so drop us a mail or give us a call and see if we can help you out.
Microsoft Applications & Server Protocols
Microsoft Exchange Server 2007/2010/2013, Microsoft Windows Server 2003/2008/2012, Microsoft SQL Server 2012 & 2008 R2, Microsoft Sharepoint Server 2013, Microsoft Windows 7 & Windows 8, Microsoft Office 2010 & 2013, Microsoft SCCM, Internet Information Server (IIS), Active Directory, Group Policy, TCPIP, DHCP, DNS
Spyware and Virus Cleaning, Troubleshooting all PC Issues Hardware & Software, Hard Disk replacement and upgrades, Memory Upgrades, Laptop Screen replacement, PC Rebuilds ( restore or re-install Windows ), Email setup and Configuration, Wireless Configuration and coverage extension, Domain Name setup, Wireless Networks, Routers
SIMS (Installation, Troubleshooting, Patching, Upgrading ), Solus 3 Installation & Configuration, Knowledge of Promethean Interactive Whiteboard Technology, Active Inspire, Knowledge of Sahara CleverTouch Interactive TV Technology, Lynx, Wordwall, 4 Matrix, Groupcall Emerge, Groupcall Messenger, Schoolcomms, Corero Res32000, Lightspeed Web Filtering, Watchguard Firewalls, VMWare Virtualisation, Veeam Backup Solution, Symantec Backup Exec, Wasp Asset Management, Adobe CS6 Suite, eStream Video Signage, Net2 Door Access Control
Web Filtering, Lightspeed, Watchguard, Avast, Sophos Corporate Suite, Norton, McAfee , Endpoint Protection
A few of our Clients
Portslade Aldridge Community Academy
Mark Carr & Co
The Jockey Club
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