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Solutions PC is available for both onsite and in shop computer work. Remote site-work is also available for established clients. We service the Atlanta metro area and some points beyond. For most service calls, one of us can be on the road to you within 2 hours unless a later scheduled time is better for you. All onsite service should be begin with a phone call to talk to us about the problem. That way you’ll get the best person for the job and we won’t waste our time or your money discovering how best to get you working again. Call us and ask about our rates and payment methods. We can draw fancy diagrams like the one at the right for you! There's nothing we haven't seen or heard, so give us a call! We do onsite or inshop repairs, so come on by. In today's world your computer is your most valuable business tool next to the telephone. Keeping it running efficiently is key to your business running smoothly. That’s where we come in. We’ve got the experience and know-how to solve the problems that can plague a company’s networking system. We don’t do service contracts, you call us when you need us and ignore us when you don’t. read more

A Word on Wireless Security With the widespread use of wireless routers and access points in both business and residential, it becomes important for computer users to understand the risks involved in this as well as the steps that should be taken to protect their wireless networks and computers. Just as you would not leave the front door to your house wide open 24/7, neither should you treat your wireless devices that way. Call us; we can help secure your wireless access. There are a great number of security risks associated with the current wireless protocols and encryption methods, and in the carelessness and ignorance that exists at the user and corporate IT level. A hacker can gain full access to a WEP encrypted wireless network in 4-6 minutes with no effort on his part. This is not something to ignore. As a residential user your risk is more likely that you'll be providing free internet access for your neighbor (though the threat of identity theft and banking information theft exists) but as a business the risks involved skyrocket as anything from customer information to payroll to online banking and more could become available to a hacker who never steps foot in your building. read more

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