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Computers - Boston area Lincs.
- 121 Computer TLC -
Computer company offering both tuition and technical work on home computers in mostly South Lincolnshire. Specialises in low cost home visits for beginners and the over 50s.
- Active Networks -
Accredited installers of structured voice and data network cabling infrastructures, dealing with all aspects of voice, data and fibre optic cabling installation and maintenance.
- Blue Profile Ltd -
We specialise in looking at your business needs and then matching the correct IT solution to your business. We don't try and match your business to an IT solution.
- Computer 1-2-1 TLC -
Small company specialising in inexpensive home computer tuition (1-2-1) and home installations & all technical work (mainly for beginners & the over 50s). Covers most of Lincolnshire although based near Boston.
- Computer Crime Consultants -
An independent company offering a variety of IT security related services inc. installation of secure networks, penetration testing and forensic investigation.
- Cord-It -
Cable tidy and cable management that is simple, flexible and cost effective
- HelpMeOnMyComputer -
John offers help via email for a variety of PC problems which users can occasionally be faced with. Alternatively, he will visit customers within a 15 mile radius of Sleaford.
- Laser Designs -
Web site designers and also sell low price inkjet cartridges.
- PC First Aid -
PC-First-Aid specialises in on-site and telephone support for personal computers. Basded in Spalding, Lincolnshire and aim to serve businesses within the Peterborough, Holbeach, Wisbech, Boston and King’s Lynn areas
- Tailored Systems -
PC Computer Systems, Hardware, Budget Computers and Discounted PC equipment, Based in Grantham, Lincolnshire
- Tandem Software -
Software and hardware with shops in West Street, Bourne and St Johns Street, Stamford.
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