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IT Managed Services

Comprehensive IT support and monitoring

Routine maintenance, crisis resolution, and increased security and uptime at a low monthly rate. Monitor your networks, apply patches, and insure security.

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Computer Support

On-call, on-demand technical support

Virtual CIO solutions providing IT support and guidance in terms that you can understand. Troubleshooting, diagnosis and resolution of hardware, software, and network related problems.

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Disaster Recovery

Expertise to get you back up and running fast

From a single crashed machine to a broken server install, New River Computing provides recovery solutions to minimize down-time.

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High performance wired and wireless networks

Design, installation, and maintenance of secure and stable networks. Work securely from home or on the road with remote access options.

IT Support, Computer Repair, and Managed Services for Blacksburg, Christiansburg, Radford, & Roanoke

New River Computing is a locally owned IT services company dedicated to serving businesses in the New River Valley. The IT services we provide can help your business to increase revenue, decrease costs, and minimize risk.

The success of your business is important to the economic growth of our area. We take pride in providing the right computing infrastructure, services, and tools you need to succeed. Our close proximity allows us to respond quickly to service calls, and our expert staff takes pride in their relationship with you and your company.

Serving your IT needs

  • Strategic management for IT operations (Virtual CIO)
  • Professional, responsive support
  • On-site, phone, or remote access support
  • Single point of contact for all IT needs
  • Established track record

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