Devices: We work with all sorts of computers – even some things you might not think of as computers.

  • Desktops and laptops – the machines most people do the majority of their day-to-day work on.
  • Servers – larger, usually more-powerful systems with lots of storage or processing power that serve some specific function for other users. File servers, web servers, and database servers are common examples.
  • Mobile devices – smartphones, tablets, and other extremely portable devices. Properly
    configured, these can give users access to many or most of their information systems, though they are sometimes limited in their capability to manipulate those systems.
  • Other devices that communicate on a network or with computers – printers, scanners, barcode readers, credit card terminals, 3d printers, desktop telephones… If it has a control panel or computer interface of any sort, we can probably help with it.