Computer Repairs Potts Point

Mobile Geeks is the leading computer repairs and IT managed services company in Potts Point. Our head office is located in Potts Point so our computer repair technicians will be able to get to your home or office in no time. As our IT Geeks come to you, you don’t have to worry about travelling and carrying your device around the city, making IT easy.

Our computer technicians know the Potts Point area well and will be able to locate your place quickly. Whether you need assistance in removing a virus from your PC or you need assistance recovering some lost data, contact our Geeks right away. We have been in business for over ten years and have offered the following services to Potts Point: virus removals, data migration from one device to another, data recovery, printer help, firewall installation, hardware replacements and many more computer repairs. Mobile Geeks also offers managed IT services to businesses in Potts Point and those throughout Sydney.

What computer repair services does Mobile Geeks offer?

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:


What managed IT services do you offer businesses in Potts Point?

For Potts Point businesses looking for managed IT services, we offer:

  • remote IT support
  • offsite backups
  • business server setup
  • Office 365 management
  • managed wi-fi
  • cloud solutions
  • remote desktop access set up

How can I book a computer repairs technician to come in?

If you would like to book one of our computer repair technicians to come in or, you would like to set up managed IT services for your business, call us on 1300 883 021 or fill in our online booking request.

Do I have to come into your office or can you come to my home or office in Potts Point?

We bring our Geeks to you so you don’t have to worry about lugging your heavy devices to our office. We also don’t charge call out fees so if you work or live in Potts Point and you’re having computer and IT issues, give us a call.

What should I do if I have a virus on my device?

If you suspect that you have a virus, spyware or adware on your device, it is best to close all applications and browsers and not log into anything. Try to leave your device as is and contact our computer repair technicians. Most of the time they will be able to remote into your device and remove the virus, offering a quick and efficient solution.

Can Mobile Geeks retrieve data that I’ve already deleted from my computers recycle bin?

Yes! We can recover deleted and lost data as long as it hasn’t been overwritten. Our computer technicians suggest that you leave the device as is until the data has been recovered. With more use and more downloading, the higher the chances are that your data will be unable to be recovered, so contact our technicians as soon as possible.

Can you help set up a business server?

Yes! We can help your business set up a server. After having a consultation with you, we can source a server that’s tailored to your business. Advantages of setting up a business server is that can offer a means of team collaboration and adds to network security. Business servers also allow for offsite backups so you don’t have to worry about data and files being lost or deleted.

Potts Point Historical Note:

Potts Point is located 3 kilometres east of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Sydney.

Potts point is a small densely populated inner city suburb that sits on a ridge immediately east of Woolloomooloo. To the north are Darlinghurst, Elizabeth Bay and Rushcutters Bay.

Kings Cross is a locality within the suburb of Potts Point, rather than a suburb in its own right. Garden Island which is a facility of the Royal Australian Navy sits at the north end of Potts Point.

Potts Point was named after Joseph Hyde Potts who worked for the Bank of New South Wales. He purchased 6 and a half acres of land in the area known as Woolloomooloo Hill, he renamed the area Potts Point.

Much of the area we today know as Potts Point including the adjacent suburb of Elizabeth Bay was owned by the New South Wales Colonial Secretary Alexander Macleay.