A Different Kind of Consulting

Helping you and your small business succeed with technology

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If you are a business owner or an individual, you have more hats to wear than ever before. Let us handle the technology hat!

We've been helping with technology for more than 20 years, so we understand what you need help with, and what you don’t. We'll help you save time and reduce unnecessary costs while getting more from your technology. We provide a wide range of PC, Macintosh, iOS and Smart Devices support services for your home, business or both.

Our Help Desk services, via remote access and phone calls, are available regardless of where you are located in the world.

We also offer Onsite services to Los Angeles, Ventura and Orange Counties.

We offer:

  • Free initial consultation
  • Onsite or Remote Service
  • Risk Free Remote Service

See our Services page for a detailed description of some of our services.  If you need help with a problem right now, call 626-286-2350. Let's talk about what's not working and take care of it right now.

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What Consultant Alliance means...

Communication is the key to success when working with any individual or businesses large and small. This is especially true when dealing with tech-based issues, such as printers, phones, computers, mobile devices, networks and more. Technology is all about details. It is important that all parties involved communicate their needs and concerns so that problems are addressed promptly and effectively. This is why we created Consultant Alliance. We want our clients to join the alliance, and together create better technology solutions.

Our clients often tell me, “I only wish I’d hired you sooner!” So I asked them, "What are the symptoms that caused us to find Consultant Alliance," and here’s what they said:

  • We need help choosing, purchasing and installing new technology.
  • Our technology is too old to get our job done.
  • We are losing productivity because of technology limitations.
  • We're constantly being spammed.
  • Our accounts were hacked.
  • I read something in the news about a hacker.
  • Are our computers safe?
  • Is our data backed up?
  • Am we ready if something should happen to one of our computers or our data?
  • How do I work my technology? (PC, Macintosh, iPhone, iPad, etc.)
  • Who is Alexa and Siri and what can they do?

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Juice jacking—malware installation or data theft after you plug a phone into a public charger—is in the news again. While the recommended precautions aren’t onerous, there are no documented instances of juice jacking happening in the wild.

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Make Sure to Back Up iPhone Photos on Your Mac

With new reports of iPhone theft victims being locked out of their iCloud accounts, it’s all the more important that you copy your iPhone photos to a Mac and then back up that Mac.

If all else fails

If you are here and not sure how to proceed, please call us @ 626-286-2350 and we would be happy to help you find a solution to your needs.