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 Reinstall
  • MacOS Reinstall
  • Windows & Mac Support
  • Remote Support
  • Upgrades
  • Custom Built Computers
  • Hard Drive Replacement
  • Secure Erase Drives

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.

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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

Think Before Sharing That Link

Think Before Sharing That Link

Learning to share is an important early-life skill. Now, you’ve mastered it, and you’re out in the workforce. Happily, digital technology makes it much easier to share business files, but that doesn’t mean you want to do so willy-nilly. Consider these best practices for sharing with both internal and external users.

SMBs Can Become a Weapon in Cyberwarfare

SMBs Can Become a Weapon in Cyberwarfare

Headlines today highlight Ukrainian tragedy or North Korea testing missiles. It can seem far away from your business, yet battles are being fought online, too. Your small business’s IT systems could be weaponized for cyberwarfare.

Is Your Graphics Card Going Bad?

Is Your Graphics Card Going Bad?

Whenever you create a graph on your computer, you’re going to need a graphics processing unit (GPU). Without one, you won’t see anything on your computer screen. So, obviously, it’s a problem when it starts to fail. This article discusses signs to look for and what to do.

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