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Read a few of the different news and magazine articles that Geeks2U has been featured in over the years, view over 43,000 real customer reviews or check out just a few of the better known Aussie organisations we’ve been thrilled to assist with their IT – all below!

 

Geeks2U in the News
Want to know a little bit more about Geeks2U? Here are some of the news and magazine articles that we’ve been featured in since 2006.

Testimonials
Don’t just take our word for it, here are a few rave reviews! (43,000+ actually but who’s counting?!) What our customers say (typos and all)…

Our Customers
We have tens of thousands of delighted home and business customers right across Australia. Here are some of the better known Aussie organisations we have been thrilled to assist with their IT.

 

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Usually when you hear about large scale security problems, it’s because there’s been an obscure exploit of some incredibly complicated code that somebody’s worked out a way around, leading to the need for software patches, or an entirely human error where access was pilfered via purely social means. Hardware flaws that affect computer security aren’t… More 

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