InsynQ To Offer Clients Online PC Clean-up and Local Support

September 06, 2013 (PRLEAP.COM) Technology News
Gig Harbor, WA - September 6, 2013 InsynQ announced they will begin offering local PC support services for clients that are already using their popular application hosting services. This new service is designed to ensure computers are running properly, and eliminate the possibility of a slow or infected computer keeping people from working online.

As an addition to InsynQ's managed IT services, remote PC support is expected to reduce the amount of time professionals spend dealing with PC related errors and slowness. Research performed by InsynQ's technical support team revealed that a large percentage of desktop PCs and laptops could potentially run better with the elimination of undesirable software, processes and add-ons.

"Having a computer that works well is an aspect of cloud computing that often gets overlooked," says Michael Ehart, InsynQ Operations Manager. "Although apps and data are remotely managed, you still need a properly working device to access them. This new service can help improve a PC's performance, ultimately providing people with a better experience when connecting to online services."

The service starts with InsynQ technicians establishing a secure remote connection to the user's PC. After a brief health analysis, a recommended course of action will be provided that details what was found and what can be done to improve the performance of the computer. Additionally, ongoing support will be available to keep the computer running smooth and provide troubleshooting in the event of future problems.

About InsynQ, Inc.
InsynQ has been providing cloud computing solutions for businesses and professionals since 1997. As a managed IT service provider, InsynQ helps businesses of all sizes implement an IT infrastructure that saves time, money and allows for scalable growth. InsynQ's virtual desktops are used by people across the world to access data and applications over the internet. To learn more about InsynQ visit