You Can't Count On Bell or Rogers To Provide a Reliable Network or Fast, Secure Wifi
With Canadian ISPs you get the very minimum they can provide for the maximum amount of money they can charge.
We’re here to help you get more from your internet, your network and your wifi.
Oshawa's WiFi and Network Support Specialists
For Small and Medium-size Business IT Systems
We Provide and Maintain The Best Firewalls To Protect Your Business
Fortinet, SonicWall, Cisco, Palo Alto Networks, Ubiquiti
IT Infrastructure Management
Network switches, routers and modems
Network and Wifi Support
Support and troubleshooting
Why Full Spectrum Computer Services is the preferred Network and Wifi Support Services Company in the Oshawa area?
We are the WiFi and Network experts located in Oshawa. Our specialty lies in taking your wired network and WiFi to warp speed so your team can function faster than ever before. We have been helping businesses in the Oshawa area and beyond by providing WiFi Support to ensure lightning-fast network speed.
We diagnose, troubleshoot, and fix slow network and WiFi issues to set you up with the right network for your team. We also perform network monitoring and set up alerts so we know if and when important services are offline.
Our team is trained in all of the major enterprise-grade network hardware, including Fortinet, Sonicwall, Ubiquiti and many more. We will source, install, configure, and support all the equipment necessary for high-performance, secure networks.
We have longstanding partnerships with business-grade hardware manufacturers so we can source the required hardware such as WiFi Access Points, WLAN Controllers, and Network Switches with a much shorter lead time. So you will not have to wait for your lightning-fast WiFi network anymore. As part of our service package, we will:
- Diagnose, Troubleshoot, and Fix Network and WiFi Issues
Perform Network Monitoring and Setup Auto-alerts
Source, Install, Configure, and Support all the WiFi and Network hardware necessary
Free Network Audit
This is a no-obligation, risk-free assessment.
We don’t believe in pushy salespeople. We just feel that local Ontario businesses should experience enterprise-level IT support.
Start doing IT the proactive way with Full Spectrum Computer Services.
To get started, fill out the form or, for a more personal touch, reach out to us at: 289-201-5911.
Frequently Asked Questions
It can mean a lot of things; but for us it means helping to keep your business current with best information technology practices while freeing in-house staff to be more productive.
Outsourcing select IT support responsibilities to a third-party firm can help your company reduce costs, improve operational efficiency, keep up-to-date with the latest technology, and free up time so key individuals can focus on customers and generating revenue.
Besides delivering peace of mind, Full Spectrum Computer Services network support services maximize functionality of existing systems, increase employee productivity and morale, reduces risk of cybercrime, and improve your bottom line.
The job of network support specialists is to evaluate computer networks, analyze whatever problems may be found, and troubleshoot solutions to those problems. Their role in maintaining an organizations computer networks can range from performing file backups, to configuring hardware and software, to training end-users. More complex managerial tasks are typically handled by network and computer systems admins.
Wouldn’t it be more cost-effective to hire a full-time inhouse network support specialist rather than using an outside partner?
While there are a few advantages in maintaining in-house technical staff, there are also significant disadvantages. For example, employing full-time in-house IT staff is considerably more expensive than hiring skilled outside technicians. Keeping in-house IT skills current is also an ongoing challenge, in that technology is constantly evolving and changing.
Full Spectrum Computer Services’ network support technicians are trained in working on all types of networks, including:
- Personal Area Networks (PAN)
- Local Area Networks (LAN)
- Wide Area Networks (WAN)
- Wireless Local Area Networks (WLAN)
- Virtual Private Networks (VPN)
- Campus Area Networks (CAN)