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GE Computing Announces Total Computer Health Product

GE Computing & Internet Services

GE Computing & Internet Services has been providing the Cleanup-Speedup-Update Service for some time. This service helps many people keep their systems working on an occasional basis.
       
However, between services, many times there are needs that end up not being met, meaning that performance is slowed down and compromised until the next Cleanup-Speedup-Update. Seeing the need for continuous service, Don Gibbens at GE Computing is now introducing a service he calls Total Computer Health. This new service addresses the needs most computer users have on a continuous basis: remote monitoring and management; managed antivirus and malware protection; web protection; backup and recovery of documents; total computer image backup; risk intelligence; and call-in capability for questions.
   
This service will be available with an initial setup charge to initially clean up the computer, and then a monthly charge to maintain it. Gibbens says that he is “looking forward to helping people be more productive by keeping their computers always in top form”.

For more information, call 520-332-1485, email [email protected] or visit GEComputerRepair.com. See ad, page 14.

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