IT Support Services in Armstrong, BC
A Trusted IT Managed Services Provider
Infedo is a trusted information technology company that works with businesses in Armstrong, BC. We provide cloud solutions, IT infrastructure management, and technology support and solutions to businesses across Canada.
We focus on efficiency, transparent communication, and focus on client satisfaction in everything we do. This dedication has allowed us to develop a reputation as a trusted support service provider among our customers. Clients can trust our team will develop and deliver bespoke IT solutions that meet their needs and align with their business goals.
Daily Network Back-Up
In the event of an emergency, we’ve got you covered. Our team backs up your server every single day, so you can have peace of mind that your data is secure.
In the unlikely event of a hardware crash, security breach, flood, or disaster, we’re able to restore your server in less than an hour thanks to our pre-emptive disaster recovery services.
Managed IT Services Can Benefit
Detailed, Thorough, and Custom Managed IT Services
On-Site and Remote Center Services
We know that some technology issues need in-person solutions. That is why we offer both onsite and remote IT support for small businesses located in Armstrong, and anywhere in North America.
From visiting offices to remote calls, we will identify and resolve your network issues. Call us today to inquire about our support services.
Please note that our onsite and remote IT services are charged per hour.
Our Support Services
Managing your computers, network and IT doesn’t have to be a headache. Our certified IT professionals monitor and maintain your IT so you don’t have to worry about it.
Find the right plan for you! We offer the best plans without a long-term contract, so you do not have to worry about being locked into a plan for the foreseeable future.
About Armstrong, British Columbia
The City of Armstrong is located in the North Okanagan of the Canadian province of British Columbia, between Vernon and Enderby. It overlooks the Spallumcheen Valley, which forms a broad pass between the Okanagan Valley to the south and the Shuswap Country to the north, and is about 480 km (300 mi) from each of Vancouver, B.C. and Spokane, Washington. The town of Armstrong celebrated its centennial in 2013.