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Need technological help for your municipality?

We work with municipal and government clients, so call us!

Municipalities are increasingly having to evolve and  rely more and more on digital technology and internet for day-to-day government operations. Municipalities need to update their systems to keep pace with current technology or they risk falling behind and being exposed to technological failures. These failures can range from lost internet connections to power outages and even malware attacks—all things that could bring a community, town or city to a halt.

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    Scale your municipal/government operations with our expertise in

    Establishing IT services framework and IT security policies

    Recruiting and directing IT staff members

    Project management for technology

    We’ll be your

    Help desk

    Virtual CIO

    System Engineer

    IT Dept

    We’ll Keep You

    Secure

    Online

    Backed up

    Protected

    Here at CompuCorp

    We specialize in helping municipalities stay up to date with current technology. We’ll also address any issues you might have with internet connectivity, hardware connectivity (computers, routers, printers, scanners, phones), server maintenance/backups, and security issues. We work with several municipal entities and have seen many of their setups, so we know about the problems you’re facing. We’ll not only coordinate with you and your staff in order to meet your technological needs and desires. As your full-service IT department, our technological expertise is at your disposal. You can get started today by calling 614-401-8800, chatting with Mike in our pop-up chat, or contacting us below by sending us your email and business information. We’ll respond as soon as possible.

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