IT support

  Steve Le 14:51 27 Dec 2006
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I was at party last night and got talking to a friend of the host.

She is about to set up a business from home and needs some help to complete a wireless network.

She's particularly concerned about security, backing up data, using outlook on a number of machines and dealing with error messages if they occur.

In can do most of this but have zero time especially as its a business and she would need quick responces to any issues.

Can anyone recommend someone who provides IT support for clients working from home? If so what sort of costs should she expect?

She's based in Chester BTW.

Thanks

Steve

  terryf 15:00 27 Dec 2006

Has she tried to yell or yellow pages for this type of business. Wherever she goes, it is going to cost, either a friends time or a commercial activity and I think that she should clarify her mind on what her requirements are and then get recommends where to go. Before leaping in, she should get quotes. It might be worth considering paying for an hour or so of consultancy with a techie to write up a spec of what she must have and 'wouldn't it be nice ifs'

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