Are your office PCs slow, crashing and freezing up? Are you haunted by pop ups and spam? Is your PC acting so weird that you think it’s possessed? If so, these are all signs of an ill-maintained computer network that’s infected with spyware, viruses or corrupt files. If left alone, these problems could evolve into a much bigger (and more expensive) problem.
We’ll Solve The Computer Problem Of Your Choice For Free!
Since Halloween is right around the corner, we’d like to give you a free 2-hour service call as a way of introducing fast, friendly computer support services at no cost or risk to you. Just say the word and we’ll send one of our qualified “ghost busting” technicians to your office to work on the computer problem of your choice, including:
- Diagnose slow, unstable PCs
- Scan for hidden spyware, viruses or corruptions
- Perform a quick “network tune up”
- Check your network’s firewall and security settings
- Validate the integrity and reliability of your data backups
- Discuss a project or upgrade you’re considering
Why Are We Giving Away Free Services?
Some people think we are crazy for offering free services. They say, “Aren’t you scared people will just take advantage of you?” The truth is, some people might – but we know that most business owners are just honest people trying to find someone they can trust to fix and maintain their computer network.
To claim your FREE 2 Hours of support,
fill out the form above or call us at 773-516-5668.
This offer expires on the witching hour (midnight) October 31st!
"Your service allows me to focus on dentistry instead of computer problems around the office"
"..Once we became partners with Jexet Technologies, we didn't experience the down time we had previously had to endure. For once, the same recurring problems just didn't exist anymore. This was important to us because our patient records need to have a flawless system in order to make my staff more productive. Jexet Technologies was working for us even when we didn't realize that behind the scenes they were still on the job..."
Dr. Eric Barnes,