Computer Hardware and much much more!!!!!
South Africa - Greater Pretoria Region
We sell just about and all computer hardware, but thats not all. Need software to go with it? We sell it. Need to upscale your businesss IT set up? We do it. Need repairs done to any of your computers? We fix it. Whatever your IT needs ... consider IT solved!!!!!
Please explain some computer hardware basics?
Computer Hardware is the parts which you can physically touch and consist of a MULTITUDE of objects, ranging from RAM to HDD, Monitors, Motherboards, Chipsets, Processors, ROMs, Computer Cases (which also comes in MANY MANY different forms, sizes, shapes and colours and also PSUs and all cabling.
What computer hardware manufacturers exist?
Gigabyte, MSI, ASUS, ASROCK, INTEL, AMD. It all depends on what type of peripheral manufacturing you look. There are plenty of hardware manufacturers around. Some of them only manufacture monitors, some only manufacture RAM Memory modules, others, like Gigabyte for example, cover a wider array and they manufacture motherboards, graphic cards and more.
Did you study anything, what skills do you have?
Yes. I studied various certificates starting with the most basic of all ... CompTIA A+. I followed that with CompTIA N+. Afterwards I got certified in a multitude of software as well as hardware disciplines: Windows XP, Windows Server 2003, Windows 7, HP All Platforms Specialist, DELL Desktops, DELL Workstations, DELL Laptops, DELL Servers, DELL Blades, DELL PowerVault Back Up Devices, IBM Lenovo Desktops, IBM Lenovo Workstations, IBM Lenovo Laptops, IBM Lenovo Servers and also IBM Lenovo Blades.
Can you provide any client testimonials?
Yes. I can, actually. I have very recently acquired a new client, Corona Motors. They had a horrible struggle with scanning and printing. Only one user seemed to have had the printer and scanner configured upon vendor installation and every single time anything had to be scanned, this specific person had to put all his work on hold and do the scanning. I sacrificed a Saturday, attended on site and when I left every single users machine was configured. Another one of my long term clients, Elby Scrap Metals, closed down, unfortunately, but the list of services rendered to them is endless.
What tech news can you give us the scoop on?
For one ... Samsung Mobile is looking at supporting 64-bit processors, which is a HUGE leap in mobile technology. Then INTEL managed to develop a new type of processor which, essentially, is more than just a processor and is also aimed at the mobile market. You can read a lot more about it by visiting www.gizmodo.com.