IT technologies that power your business
We offer seamless integration.
Access to the latest technology.
Access to experienced IT technicians.
Business computing refers to the IT technologies (both software and hardware components) that power your business. Whether you have a staff of four or 24, your company needs to rely on the sound and seamless integration of these components so that they interact properly and consistently with each other.
Protection against malware and cyber crime
Network design, installation and maintenance
The latest security and product updates are always automatically available, and rigorous testing ensures stability and compatibility with your other systems.
Full support means you get help when you need it. Updates are automated, which ensures that your computer is always up-to-date with the latest version.
As your business grows, so will your networks. Whether you have a small team or a big team you need to rely on the seamless integration of technology and software.
Our qualified Information and Communications Technology (ICT) consultants can analyse your business-computing needs and identify cost-effective IT solutions to suit them.
How can we help?
Frequently asked questions
To make sure you are getting genuine software, make sure you buy it from a reputable reseller, such as PM&A Consulting. Beware of buying or downloading software online and if the price is too good to be true, it probably is.
The best and least expensive way to get genuine software is to get it preinstalled on a new computer. Buying illegal or unlicensed software can leave you vulnerable to viruses and malware, which increases your risk for identity and bank account threat. You will also experience poor PC performance, a lack of product support and increased costs to fix these issues.
Counterfeit software can contain viruses and malware, and fixing these issues is often time consuming and expensive. Counterfeit software isn’t supported by Microsoft or Microsoft partners, so you could be negatively impacted when things go wrong.