Computer Repairs Sydney

Mobile Geeks is Sydney’s leading computer repairs and managed IT services company. Our Sydney computer repair technicians come to your home or office without any call out fees so you can save time and energy.

All the Mobile Geeks computer repair technicians have many years of industry experience and training, making them the ideal technicians for each computer and IT task. We service residents and businesses throughout Sydney and aim to make IT easy with our on-site computer repairs and services. Our Sydney computer repair technicians can assist with slow computer tune-ups, hardware installations (RAM, motherboards, graphic cards etc), software installations, printer setups, malware, adware & spyware removals, anti-virus software configuration and many more computer repairs.

Computer repairs and IT managed services Mobile Geeks provides include:

 

By having a professional computer repair technician come into your office, you will be able to save time and money as DIY jobs can sometimes be more damaging to your device. Our Sydney IT technicians are also at your disposal to provide advice, tips and tricks on anything computer repairs and IT related.

Mobile Geeks also offers managed IT services to Sydney businesses. Whether you’re a small business with a few users or you’re a business with hundreds of users across Australia, Mobile Geeks is able to support your business. We ensure that your IT infrastructure is secure, user-friendly and runs without glitches.

Managed IT services Mobile Geeks offers includes:

  • remote IT support
  • offsite backups
  • Office 365 management
  • managed wi-fi
  • managed network services
  • managed anti-virus
  • business server setup and support
  • remote desktop access setup

Mobile Geeks offers unmatched computer repairs and IT managed services to residents and businesses in Sydney.

For Sydney computer repair bookings, call 1300 883 021 or book online now!

Sydney Historical Note:

The beautiful Sydney Harbour has for many thousands of years been valued for its natural beauty and breathtaking views. For centuries, its Indigenous inhabitants have fished these waters, speared the plentiful supply of animals that inhabited the wooded shores and filled the clear air with the sounds of their lives. Fragments of traditional Aboriginal art may still be found on rock faces around the area.

In recent centuries, things have changed for this land and its traditional people. When, 1770, the English explorer, Captain James Cook, weighed anchor at a place he named Botany Bay, Sydney’ history began …began  without even realising it yet. Eighteen years later, the British returned, and this time they had come to stay.

The first permanent White residents of Sydney arrived 26 January 1788, when the “First Fleet” dropped anchor at Sydney Cove. However, the human cargo that arrived in those ships was not necessarily all willing to become part of Australia’s history. The aim of the British was not to build a great city, but to establish a prison convicts. Today, there can still be found clear signs of the hard early years in the landscape of the City of Sydney. The original tracks hacked through the wild bush have now turned into Sydney’s main thoroughfares. And the old convict barracks near Hyde Park can still reverberate with the swish of the lash and the clang of the chain gangs, if you are of the imaginative kind.