In this day in age, the internet, IT, and properly functioning technology is undeniably important to the success of a business. When your South Florida organization works with, you will have a professional and affordable IT and network services company committed to ensuring your staff receives the highest quality computer and network support. Our goal at AskChip is to help you meet and exceed your own business goals. We’ll make things easier for you by handling any IT hurdles you may encounter, allowing you to focus on your daily operations and what’s important to you.

You will have a team of highly skilled computer networking experts who works hard to provide your South Florida organization with simple, effective IT solutions to meet your goals and objectives without breaking the bank. Any technical support and services you may require, AskChip will provide the solutions!

Desktop Support Service


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Highly skilled network and technical experts at your disposal
Unlimited remote and onsite desktop support
24 hour ticketing system for issue reporting
Support for all software and technical issues
Work station relocation
Wireless network configuration and management*
Email server configuration and maintenance (additional)**

* Only available if all users in the workplace are included in the plan.

** Additional, billable charges are applicable.


Frequently asked questions and answers about our support plan
  • Setup of Gmail/ Google Suite or another email provider*
  • Employee monitoring
  • Compliant credential monitoring/access control solution

* Note: This does not include email marketing or mass email lists. It solely refers to the setup and management of user accounts.

  • Systems without AskChip serial tags
  • Systems not specified in the plan
  • Physical damage or tampering
  • Lost or stolen equipment
  • Battery replacement

There are 3 convenient ways to get in touch with our Certified Technical Support Team for support:

Your serial number is located on a sticker that is normally on the top of the system or on the side. Monitors will have the sticker on the lower back-side corner.