Each of Mobile Geeks IT consultants come preloaded with a great deal of industry knowledge as well as training courses and their qualifications are actually cross checked with regards to their past bosses in our city. Mobile Geeks computer technicians as well as more or less all Home Office staff that book day-to-day call outs are Sydneysiders and know this city by heart. This makes certain that every time you get our computer repair services you won’t have to be subjected to unwanted waiting around times mainly because someone did not know the specific area of your suburb along with its distance to some other locations and won’t be obliged to spend your time on the phone making clear your street address. Besides, you will not have to use your spare time waiting for the Geeks to clear up how to locate your office or family home and where they can park their Geek mobile. The guys fully understand their assignments and they realize how to reach you in a very most efficient manner. We will give you any Computer Repairs needs. Whether it’s wire free network fitting, e-mail Server install , Virus Extraction, Firewall program installation, Internet Safety and security or back-up and recovery help, Mobile Geeks really make IT easy. Each of our professional computer repair technicians have successfully tackled all IT challenges before and will repair your online connection, arrange your home office, eliminate the virus and locate your lost or damaged files promptly, professionally and, in many cases, with out separating you and your personal computer.

Rosebery Historical Note:

Rosebery is located 6 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district; it is in the local government area of the City of Sydney. Roseberry is a south eastern Sydney suburb.

Rosebery was named after the Prime Minister of the United Kingdom (1894-95) – Archibald Phillip Primrose, the fifth Earl of Rosebery. The area was given the name following his two month visit to Australia in 1883-84.

Rosebery was once the site of Rosebery Racecourse, which opened in 1906 as a pony track. Race meetings were held by the Associated Racing Clubs becoming as popular as the racing at Randwick racecourse, especially during the 1920’s. During World War Two the track became an army camp and after the war returned to a training track used by the Sydney Turf Club.

In 1961 a lot of the land was purchased and developed as an industrial area; the remaining land was purchased by the Housing Commission for high density public housing.