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IT'S A BEAUTIFUL THING ...

This is true but like all computer systems – they change, they innovate ... they evolve.

But when was the last time you upgraded your network? Are your designers struggling to meet their deadlines because their network is too slow or their machines are labouring and cranky? Is it because you're too busy to research into what you now need?

There are many things to consider when you're thinking about upgrading or indeed swapping over to the Apple platform, like ensuring you purchase the correct software and checking your laser-printers and colour proofers are compatible with the latest Mac OS.

 

We can take the hassle away from you.

Vinehausmedia can evaluate what you've got and draw up a report for what you'll need to bring your network up to scratch. It's very easy to sit back and believe if it works, don't fix it but what happens when your competitors have a state-of-the-art network of macs with up-to-date software? Are they managing to turn work around more efficiently? The likelihood is ... yes. Are they able to offer more services because of this? Probably ... yes.

Advising and troubleshooting Macs since 1987, we can ensure a smooth transition when you upgrade without falling into the trap of finding out half your peripherals no longer work after upgrading or you've purchased incompatible software.

Whether it's regular maintenance you require or you simply want us to carry out an evaluation and provide a report of recommendations, we're happy to help. Coming from a publishing background we know what you do – and which tools you need to do the job.

Perfectly situated between the A1 and M1 motorways, Vinehausmedia are perfectly positioned to consult on Apple Macintosh in the Bedfordshire and Cambridgeshire areas. We can arrange to come along and meet you to discuss your requirements.

app-logoYou can give us a ring on 01767 222416 or contact us via our online contact form – simply specify Apple Macintosh Consultancy in the 'area of interest' field ... it just might be the best thing you've ever done.