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04/24/2017
By: Richard D.
Delaney Computer Services Inc.
With IT fully outsourced along with its burden - now we can focus our efforts on running the business since partnering with Delaney Computer Services. The team is knowledgeable and efficient, accommodating and on top of the game. Top shelf. Highly recommend Delaney Computer Services, Inc.. You won't go wrong.
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12/28/2015
By: Nick M.
Delaney Computer Services Inc.
I know several business owners that use Delaney Computer Services for Managed IT Support. My neighbor is one of them and I know he relies on DCS for his business to operate successfully. They are definitely leaders of the Managed IT service industry
02/20/2013
By: michellehastings
Delaney Computer Services Inc.
I have purchased a computer with this company, I have had virus issues for two other computers resolved by this company. They have made house calls. I think Delaney computers is reliable and they always try their best. I highly recommend them.
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