All of Mobile Geeks IT consultants are preloaded with several years of industry experience and proper training and their qualifications are generally cross examined using their past recruiters within this town. Mobile Geeks computer technicians along with practically all Hq staff that coordinate weekly work happen to be Sydneysiders and know this town by heart. This ensures that every time you select our computer repair services you shall not have to be subjected to useless waiting times because an employee didn’t know the specific neighborhood of your suburb and its closeness to some other points and will not have to spend some time on the phone call clarifying your location. Additionally, you won’t need to spend your valuable time expecting your Geeks to decide how to find your office or family home and best places to park the Geek mobile. Our people know their work and know how to come to you with the most effective manner. We are able to provide you any Computer Repairs needs. Be it wire-less network set up, mail Web server set up , Malware Removing, Firewall software set up, Internet Home security or back-up and recovery care, Mobile Geeks can make IT easy. Our expert computer repair technicians have worked on most IT issues before and will also improve your internet link, set-up your home office, get rid of the virus and find your damaged or lost data efficiently, professionally and, normally, with out separating you and your personal pc.
Rhodes Historical Note:
Rhodes is located 16 kilometres west of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Canada Bay. This inner western Sydney suburb was once part of Concord Municipality until a merger with Drummoyne Council to form Canada Bay.
Rhodes is on a peninsula between Homebush Bay and Bray Bay, on the southern side of the Parramatta River.
Rhodes has been named after the home of early resident Thomas Walker. Walker had named his property, which was on the north side of the peninsula, Rhodes after his Grandmother’s home – Rhodes Hall in Leeds England. In 1919 the house was demolished when the land was purchased by the John Darling Flour Mills, later owned by Allied Feeds Limited.
The area was very much taken over by industry in 1911 a foundry was established. In 1935 the site was taken over by CSR until the mid 1980’s the area was home to chemical manufacturing.