Quinn Technology has been serving the West Virginia area for over 20 years. We have grown from a small company that started with only 3 employees, to a multi-state corporation that has over 1000 active clients in 5 states.
We service all types of businesses and opened our first retail location in 2008 that also services the home computer market.
Over half of our technicians have at least 20 years of experience in the field helping to solve problems and servicing customers needs.
We currently have 8 full time technicians on staff to meet any level of service from large to small businesses.
We are constantly upgrading our equipment and training to keep up with the current technology advances to be able to better support and help our customers.
Quinn Technology FAQ
Do you make housecalls?
For those times when bringing your computer to us is not convenient or practical, we offer in-home service by our certified technicians. We service all areas and we can schedule a time that is convenient for you. In-Home services start at $180.00 and then $60/hr after first 2 hours (parts not included).
What does managed services mean?
At Quinn Computers, managed services mean that we track your IT infrastructure 24/7/365. We find problems and fix them quickly, often before our clients notice there was ever a problem. We want you to expect the uninterrupted course of business despite a system going down. Managed services are a strategic, preemptive way to make sure that business technology is always up and running with no interruptions.
Are managed services right for me?
We offer managed services to our business and residential clients. They allow us to monitor issues that maybe going on in real time for example high CPU use, hard drive failure, and viruses. It allows us to remotely assist with things like printer installs, mail issues, and general questions you may have.
What is ransomware?
Ransomware has become a major problem over the last few years. Attacks are easy to launch and the hackers are hard to catch. Ransomware is computer malware that installs covertly on a victim's device. Simple ransomware may lock the system in a way which is not difficult for a knowledgeable person to reverse, and display a message requesting payment to unlock it. More advanced malware encrypts the victim's files, making them inaccessible, and demands a ransom payment to decrypt them.