June 9, 2011 - PRLog -- Austin, Texas -- Ryan Bowers, owner of Austin Mobile Computer Repair, is proud to announce the launch of a new service. Designed specifically to address the escalating virus and malware problems plaguing Apples (Macs) these days this mobile service will come to your home or office in Austin, Texas and surrounding areas, such as Cedar Park.
“A few years ago when I started this company,” says Bowers, “it was quite rare to find a virus or malware on a Mac. In recent months we’ve been getting an increasing number of calls to deal with these issues and realized that we needed to just address the problem head on, as it were, thoroughly and completely. And with this full-blown service we now do that.”
In addition to servicing Apple computers, Austin Mobile Computer Repair assists clients to save time and get rapid results when dealing with customer service representatives of manufacturing companies: "The trick is, knowing how to talk to the customer service reps,” says Bowers. “Most of the time they're not computer techs. They are sitting behind a desk reading a troubleshooting script. If it isn’t in the script they cannot fix it and since they don’t understand the problem they will make you do all sorts of potentially unnecessary actions to fix the problem.”
That’s when Austin Mobile Computer Repair comes in: The Company’s technicians are especially trained in the skills required to deal with these kinds of issues. Not only have their clients benefited from warranty coverage where they previously thought they had none, Austin Mobile has been able to cut hours out of the process of getting a manufacturer to provide what is required re warranties.
For more information contact the company by phone at 512-921-6517 or visit their website at http://www.AustinMobileComputerRepair.com
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Ryan Bowers, a native of Louisiana who moved to Texas because he loves the Lone Star State, is the founder and president of Austin Mobile Computer Repair. Like the family doctors of old he loves making house calls and meeting new people, so he launched what soon became one of Austin’s premier mobile computer repair firms. He lives in Cedar Park, just outside of Austin, with his wife and two children.