Secure and Easy Remote Access for your computer

Easily access your computer remotely using a secure Virtual Private Network over the Internet


If you need access to another computer either from home or work (or anywhere), we have a service available to give you secure access to a remote computer over the internet.  You can access shared files and even your computer desktop if you like.

Sharing files over the Internet:

A Virtual Private Network (or VPN) is an encrypted connection between two computers or computer networks over the internet.  The computers are usually some distance apart which is why a VPN is used.  A VPN allows two computers to "pretend" they are connected together on the same local network.  Thus they can share files and other resources with each over the internet without the worry of having their traffic analyzed by prying eyes.

Recently I set up and tested a cross-country VPN between California and Florida.  The service set up in very little time and worked flawlessly.  I was able to access shared folders on a computer over 2,200 miles away like it was next door.  The software takes very little time to set up, it is stable and uses few computer resources and memory.  It is available for Windows, Mac, Linux, FreeBSD, Android and Apple IOS.

Access your Computer Desktop over the Internet:

You can access your work or home computer desktop remotely as though you were sitting right in front of it.  I can install a service for you that will allow you to access a computer remotely from anywhere that has an internet connection available.

If you are interested in this service or need other computer service please give us a [call].  Aside from repair and web development, I offer basic maintenance services which include:
  • Checking for slow start-up programs.
  • Removing unwanted background programs that could be slowing down your computer.
  • Virus and malware scanning.
  • Making sure effective Anti-Virus software is installed and working.
  • Scanning for a corrupt file system that could lead to damaged or missing files in the future.
  • Checking for possible hardware upgrades that could improve PC performance.

Take Care,
Jeffrey Cobb (Owner/Operator)
(747) 248-7790


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