Residential Services

Ingram Technology is a full service computer shop. We love working with computers and technology.

  • Virus Removal
  • Data Recovery
  • Screen Replacement
  • Onsite Repair
  • Windows & Mac Support
  • Remote Support
  • Upgrades
  • Custom Built Computers

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Maintenance Plans

Keep your computer running great with one of our maintenance plans. This is the same technology we use for our business customers to keep their computers and servers running, just on a smaller scale. Ingram Technology can constantly monitor your computer for issues, make sure programs are up-to-date and use multiple layers of security to protect your computer from threats.

Computer Recycling

Don’t throw your old computer in the trash. Drop it off at our office and we recycling it free. We make sure your data is destroyed.

Latest Blog Post

Is Your Home Smart Enough for Your Devices?

Is Your Home Smart Enough for Your Devices?

With the increasing reach of the Internet of Things, more of us have devices in the home to connect online: it’s no longer just connecting a computer to a dial-up modem. In fact, it’s estimated that the average home now has as many as 50 connected devices. All this could require a home network upgrade.

Secure Your Remote Work with the Right Backups

Secure Your Remote Work with the Right Backups

Working from home is no longer only for a few employees in special circumstances. The pandemic pushed many businesses to enable remote work. The priority was getting it working and securing access. Now that it’s routine, it’s also time to consider how you back up work from home.

7 Common Business IT Myths Debunked

7 Common Business IT Myths Debunked

MythBuster programs on television never focus on business misconceptions about IT. Too bad, because believing these myths can be both costly and dangerous to your business. This article debunks seven common business IT myths.

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