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Remote Support

Source Networks, Inc. uses TeamViewer to provide remote assistance.

  • Easy to use, install, and very secure
  • You are in full control and the remote session that can be ended anytime by you
  • The ability to diagnose problems remotely and resolve problems where possible without being onsite

A Source Networks consultant will be connecting remotely to your Apple or Windows computer. In order to establish this connection, a small applet must be downloaded. Because the consultant will be viewing your desktop, close any personal or confidential information on your screen before connecting with the technician.

PLEASE REVIEW THE DISCLAIMER BEFORE CONTINUING

Disclaimer

Step One

Download the TeamViewer application. It's 100% safe and trusted.

Step Two

When this download finishes, double-click the icon to launch the program.

Step Three

Accept the Remote Support Desktop Disclaimer.

Step Four

Enter your name in the field and wait for our connection.

CASE STUDIES

RECENT NEWS

CASE STUDIES

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Check out some of our recent clients’ solutions.

Source Networks: Ubiquiti

Source Networks: Ubiquiti

Recently, a customer brought in Source Networks, Inc.’s consulting team to identify and solve a wireless problem throughout their large home, guesthouse, and sizeable outdoor pool area. They needed a solution that would provide Wifi service to both the outdoor... read more
Case Study – Meraki Systems Manager

Case Study – Meraki Systems Manager

Cisco Meraki solutions include cloud managed wireless access points, network switches, and state-of-the-art firewalls. Additionally, included with any device, is the Systems Manager agent. Installing this agent on any Apple or Windows machine or portable device,... read more
Case Study – ioSafe

Case Study – ioSafe

This particular company resides in a converted warehouse made primarily of wood timbers presenting some interesting challenges. With the danger of the building burning down, water pouring in thru the floors from above, and the possibility of theft, introducing the... read more
Case Study – Cicso Meraki MX65W

Case Study – Cicso Meraki MX65W

Consultant: Andrew Kuhlman Products: Cisco Meraki MX65W Problem: Customer wanted a small lightweight but powerful firewall with wifi connectivity that could be configured for multiple wired and wireless networks. Solution: The new Cisco Meraki MX65W provides the... read more

APPLE NEWS

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The App Store Connect API now offers greater flexibility to automate and customize workflows for your app. With these new capabilities, you can:

  • Build and maintain your App Store product page by uploading and managing assets like screenshots, app...

Posted: July 7, 2020, 12:17 am

An eye-catching icon or splash of color can focus attention and help people locate the right information inside your app. Consider designing those assets in the Display P3 color space: They’ll look richer and more vibrant on any device with a wide...

Posted: July 2, 2020, 4:45 pm

The Apple Design Awards celebrate innovation, ingenuity, design excellence, and outstanding technical achievement. A WWDC tradition, the ADAs highlight those who take thoughtful and creative approaches to their apps and games, giving people new wa...

Posted: June 29, 2020, 8:59 am

Earlier this year, students from all around the world put their passion, ingenuity, and determination to work crafting Swift playground projects for the WWDC20 Swift Student Challenge. Students from 60 different countries and regions brought their...

Posted: June 25, 2020, 6:00 pm

Now games with Game Center capabilities display a beautifully redesigned in-game dashboard on iOS, tvOS, and macOS. Users can see their achievements, leaderboards, and Game Center profiles directly in your game when you implement the new Access Po...

Posted: June 25, 2020, 3:18 am

MICROSOFT NEWS

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CONTACT

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