Remote Ft. Lauderdale Computer Repair: Not Always Best
Recent TV ad blitzes by a company offering remote computer repair in Ft. Lauderdale, Boca Raton and throughout South Florida have certainly generated plenty of interest in such providers, who do the repairs via cyberspace.
But are all the claims made by these companies realistic?
And perhaps more significantly, how do the fees involved compare with those charged by local Ft. Lauderdale computer repair technicians?
Without a doubt, Fort Lauderdale computer repair has become a field that can and will be handled remotely on many occasions. However, claims that it is matter-of-factly superior do not tell the whole story of even close.
Simply because you do not have venture to a Boca Raton computer repair shop or allow a stranger into your home to perform the necessary support does not mean your service is top quality or that your security is not compromised.
Rather, it's an alternative method of PC / Mac repair available to those South Florida residents who have a high-speed Internet connection - as well as a computer repair problem that doesn't involve hardware.
People who embrace personal Fort Lauderdale computer repair may soon be labeled out of touch and old-fashioned for saying it, regardless of how significant and viable an option remote repair has or will become in the 21st century.
You may determine that your privacy is paramount, and continue to prefer that a technician does not sit in front of my computer when he's diagnosing the problems with your system if there is a feasible alternative.
It's your call, but ask yourself this question, Broward County computer repair seekers: is allowing an experienced, local computer service human, with strong references, into your home any more dangerous than blind, online trust?
In reality, it may be far less so than having a cyberspace phantom Ft. Lauderdale computer repair technician to root around in there. Think about it.