IT Support and IT Maintenance for Creative Agencies

IT Support for Creative Agencies

Marshall Info Tech provides IT support & IT maintenance for graphic designers, advertising agencies, and digital marketing agencies across Greater London, including the creative hubs of Covent Garden, Soho, Westminster, and Kensington & Chelsea.

Marshall Info Tech is committed to providing and maintaining all your IT requirements.

Marshall Info Tech can help with:

  • Email Hosting
  • Enhanced System Security
  • Helpdesk Support
  • Disaster Recovery
  • Cloud Solutions
  • Server Management
  • File Sharing and Backup Solutions
  • Performance Monitoring
  • Support for PC & Mac Systems
  • IT Consultancy
  • IT Strategy

Marshall Info Tech specialise in providing IT managed services to creative agencies. Whether you’re running Adobe Creative Suite, Photoshop, Illustrator, Dreamweaver, Premier, AfterEffects or Bridge, Marshall Info Tech can provide rapid onsite or remote support to ensure your workflow never gets disrupted.

Marshall Info Tech will implement strategies and systems to protect you and your clients’ critical data in the event of a disaster.

Our dedicated team of IT specialists start by analysing your position to find a solution that best suits your needs, before implementing the right services to protect and empower your business.

Through continuous security auditing, threat assessment, and prevention strategies, we can ensure that the reputation of your business remains in high standing.

We offer:

  • Virtualization, business continuity and disaster recovery
  • Expertise with both Windows and Mac computers
  • Unlimited IT Support per month remote & onsite
  • Pro-active server and network monitoring.

To learn more about our IT Support services for creative industries, call Marshall Info Tech on 0203 384 9830.

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