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Contact tel: 1300 645 648 (NIKO IT), 03 9111 5758, fax 03 9133 2199info(at)nikocom.com.au
As a trusted IT Level 4 provider with over 10 years’ experience and more than 300 happy customers in VIC, We’re providing Onsite IT Support and other IT solutions to our residential and businesses customers across Australia.
We can provide you with the following services :
We take complete responsibility for your IT infrastructure, providing onsite IT support, telephone and remote technical support.
Please call us on 1300 645 648 ( NIKO IT )
QUICK REMOTE SUPPORT 24/7
|Onsite IT Support PC, MAC, Linux||Surveillance and Alarms|
|Onsite IT support L1 & L2||$100.00/Hr||$125.00/Hr|
|After Hours Rate||$130.00/Hr||$150/Hr|
|Level 3 & 4 Support||$130.00/Hr ( servers )||$180.00/Hr ( password reset )|
|Emergency Upgrade||$130.90 Flat Fee||$220.00 Flat Fee|
|Travel Fee (up 50km)||$150.00||$150.00|
*Level 3 & 4 Support: Servers (Windows PC, Mac PC, Linux ), Cloud support ( Hosting, Virtualization ), Smart Houses and CBAs
*All prices are excluded GST and are subject to change without notice
What does an IT support person do?
The IT Support team maintains the computer networks of all types of organisations, providing technical support and ensuring the whole company runs smoothly. IT Support monitors and maintains the company computer systems, installs and configures hardware and software, and solves technical problems.
What is meant by IT support?
On a literal level, IT support is an incredibly broad term that refers to any assistance given with technology-related products and services. In a business setting, however, the role of an IT technical support engineer is primarily to help monitor and maintain computer systems and networks across an organisation.
How do I get an IT support job?
Get Familiar with How Technology Works. …
Take an Alternate Position at an Innovative Tech Company. …
Start Picking Up Tech Skills on your Own. …
Tackle Tech-related Projects at your Current Job. …
Start Blogging. …
Join a Local Tech Meetup.
How do you get started in the IT field without a degree?
Many top IT careers don’t require college degrees. Hiring managers are looking for job candidates who can get the job done, regardless of their academic credentials. Self-education, training programs and certifications could be your ticket to a rewarding tech job.