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Beep-a-Geek was started in 1995 and provides fast, reliable on-site computer service, computer repair, and networking to offices and homes in the Dallas / Fort Worth Metroplex. We also provide nationwide remote pport and system monitoring. We provide the same level of service and attention to detail whether you have one computer or one hundred computers. We also provide on-site service to the neighboring cities of Irving, Arlington, Grand Prairie and North East Tarrant County.

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On-Site Services

Beep-a-Geek is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to handle your computer problems at your location - there's no reason for you to unplug your computer and haul it to a shop. We strive to provide the best service at the lowest price; you will find that our rates are lower than most of our competitors. All service is billed at a one hour minimum and quarter-hour increments thereafter. Our appointment window is 30 minutes in the morning and 60 minutes in the afternoon.

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• 11/22/2016: Example of virus ransomware e-mail. Know what to look for. https://t.co/hlprNZXWFb

• 11/19/2016: Microsoft “disappointed” in Google’s outing of zero-day vulnerability. https://t.co/9IxFYPv1oe

• 11/18/2016: This article holds true, seen by the recent large internet outage. Consider this as you move your data to the cloud https://t.co/sZGhGm0EIt

• 11/17/2016: Young adults take more security measures for their online privacy than their elders. https://t.co/0P4PHmTvPX

• 11/16/2016: Video explaining new USB Type-C connections. https://t.co/o6qz8gOhy3

• 11/15/2016: Another 40 million people bolt from Microsoft's browsers as mass exodus continues. https://t.co/raaq0urG4T

• 11/12/2016: The New Posterboy of CyberInsecurity: John Podesta Fell For Social Engineering Attack. https://t.co/w0zsKjd3Hr

• 11/11/2016: Google Fiber Won't Accept Any New Cities For Its Superfast Internet Network. https://t.co/Ge8nx6wjn6

• 11/10/2016: Protecting user security is a never-ending job. Which browser is best for security and privacy? https://t.co/qSikqmd5vR

• 11/9/2016: 14 Million Locky Ransomware Phishing Attacks Sent In One Day. https://t.co/AXFueCjCRo

• 11/8/2016: Internet of Things adoption slows down as consumers look for real solutions. https://t.co/1lKiRhl5Sl

• 11/5/2016: Hacking an election is more than breaking into a machine. https://t.co/fOXyyP2yNM

• 11/4/2016: Yet another reason to be off XP and anything before. 'BadTunnel' Flaw discovered by bored I.T. guy on an airplane. https://t.co/Robx6QN7XN

• 11/4/2016: Ransomware attacks continued to increase rapidly during 2016. Ransom demands average $1,000. https://t.co/CbPZm2Mlyn

• 11/2/2016: Did you know you can take free college courses from MIT ? https://t.co/p7etfHB4zL

• 11/1/2016: POTUS issues executive order to help prepare nation for solar flares. https://t.co/p6vKZjQ4tl

• 10/31/2016: Digital detoxing in the real world https://t.co/hWcVy67Wll

• 10/29/2016: Microsoft will soon be rolling out Focused Inbox to all Outlook users https://t.co/bZRwYgFb3u

• 10/28/2016: "How the web became unreadable". I've been noticing the same thing; my other gripe is everything is becoming huge. https://t.co/dFpgy5D4RL

• 10/28/2016: Twitter reportedly hired and fired its head of VR in one day because of an old Facebook post https://t.co/bBuNYMPfSa

• 10/27/2016: Making Brainstorming Work https://t.co/UdsGxLZpeV

• 10/27/2016: I'm a big James Clear fan. This is a great article on designing a better environment. https://t.co/xkUukyJCEs

• 10/26/2016: FTC's Ramirez suggests failure to take preventative measures to address ransomware may result in enforcement action https://t.co/VRhoAxWLE8

• 10/26/2016: An important step in the construction of a larger quantum computer (trigger warning for non-geeks). https://t.co/AhcGquGa28

• 10/25/2016: Be sure to change default passwords on internet connected devices. https://t.co/Pn9DSbOn2p


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I just want your company to know that Scott Jacob is the best computer person I have worked with in all the years I have had to deal with computers. He is knowledgable, patient and professional. He did an excellent job for me yesterday and not only do I appreciate it, I am telling everyone I know that I am referring your company and Scott. Again, thank you for Scott.
- Marlene E., Richland Hills (10/25/2012)
 
Scott was the greated technician I have had come to our office.
- Idalia R., Grand Prairie (3/16/2006)
 
Juan arrived right on time and quickly determined that the anti virus software was using too much memory. He installed a different product and the computer is running much faster now. The next day, I was unable to connect to the internet, so I called Beep a Geek and they said they would send someone over soon. Scott arrived a short while later and realized that my wireless router was defective. He went and got another wireless router and installed it. The computer and router have been working fine ever since. Juan and Scott did a great job and were very helpful. It is a pleasure to do business with this company.
- Celeste M., North Richland Hills (3/10/2010)
 
Scott is professional, nice and sooo smart!
- Claire T., Haltom City (7/27/2010)
 
Would highly recommend yall to my friends/family. I have been satisfied every time I have used you.
- Ann C., Grapevine (11/13/2008)
 
Tim is absolutely the most brilliant, gifted and amazing geek I've ever met. Superb in every aspect. Gifted beyond description. Ok, enough of the snow job ... but in all reality, that's very very close. You guys are great. You're responsive, patient, accommodating, intuitive, and truly a part of our team. We'd be happy to serve as references for you.
- Julie W., Fort Worth (3/3/2006)
 
Juan, Scott and Chris are all very professional to work with. Plus, Cathy and Caryn are so pleasant on the phone. I recommend this service to everyone.
- Joanna R., Arlington (10/15/2010)
 
This is our first experience with the company and I'd certainly use them again. Chris was professional and explained things as they progressed. I'd had a negative experience with a 'big-box' store computer service in the past ('Hey, Bud, I think you need a new machine.') so I was extremely happy with Beep-a-Geek.
- James V., Duncanville (1/30/2008)
 
We are both very pleased with the work Chris did for us. He was very polite and knowledgeable about what he did. I do not even want to have another tech to come and install the memory.
- Charles Z., Colleyville (12/11/2007)
 
Scott did a great job. He patiently explained things simply and went the extra mile to give attention to issues that I had not initially known to ask; an extremely satisfied customer - as always!
- Mike R., North Richland Hills (9/27/2010)
 



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Beep-a-Geek Computer Services
PO Box 187
Euless, Texas 76039
Toll Free:888-211-4335 (GEEK)
Telephone:817-358-9552
Fax:817-391-4094
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