Along with the incredible technology and productive uses of computers comes the problems—usually, troubleshooting. Because computers are so complicated, it requires diligence to maintain them—as a result, businesses usually have to requisition expensive groups of IT engineers to keep their valuable machines and data going. Unfortunately, many business owners do not know about companies like
Telx Computers, a prominent Miami IT services company, announced today a new online portfolio that features Telx’s premium services, their options, and their previous work. Telx’s brochure also includes promotions to help clients get started with Telx’s services. With the promotion, existing clients can sign up a colleague and get a free month of computer IT support.
As outlined in their portfolio,
One of the IT service packages is the Premium Membership, which includes up to three hours of service per month, up to 20 GB of e-mail and web hosting capacity, 15 GB of monthly hosting bandwidth transfer, and up to 50 mailboxes. This package is over twice as robust as the classic package.
Yet none of the other two compare to Telx’s Gold, or VIP, Membership. This includes 5 hours of service hours per month, and unlimited usage of all the other services, including the business mailboxes.
As part of their IT services,
More information can be found at http://www.telxcomputers.com/ or by Calling 1.800.MY
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