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IT Computer Support of New York was founded 30 years ago and in that time, we’ve provided IT support and management to businesses and institutions of all sizes.


This was the first time I’ve used the services of ITCSNY and I was extremely impressed.  We were up against a tight deadline for the delivery of the IT equipment we required and ITCSNY not only delivered, but delivered early, exceeding our expectations.  Their customer services were faultless and throughout the process I was reassured as they kept me in the loop.  I’ll definitely be going back to ITCSNY.

Steve P, New York City, NY

These guys are great. My office has been dealing with an on going slow down on our computers. These guys came in and found out what the issue was quick. We decided to enter into a support deal with them and with their recommendations, our systems have been working great.

Laura L, Melville, NY

I own two businesses — one bricks and mortar in a more established market, and the other a newer, internet-only biz. When we reached a point where it was time to upgrade our computer equipment, Dan was there to help and guide us with an assortment of options that met both our needs and our budget. We’re now fully up to date and loving it.

Rick W, Hayward, CA

I have used this company for years. I can only say they are the best I have seen and used to date. I have been in IT for over 25 years. They are the gold standard.

Steven B, Babylon, NY

News and Tech Insights

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DoubleLocker ransomware hits Android phones

October 13th, 2017|

A new form of ransomware that targets Android phones has been discovered in the wild.  Named DoubleLocker by researchers at ESET, this new variant of ransomware has the ability to encrypt a user’s data and change their PIN, making the phone nearly unrecoverable. Like many forms of malware on PC, DoubleLocker relies on [...]

Equifax Support Team has been Sending Victims to a Fake Website for Weeks

September 22nd, 2017|

The Equifax data breach, which occurred earlier this month, has been one of the worst security incidents in years.  143 million people have had their information compromised by the data breach, many of whom have never used the Equifax service themselves.  In response to the attack, Equifax setup a website to allow users [...]

Digital Assistants Proven Vulnerable to Silent Commands

September 8th, 2017|

Voice activated digital assistants have started to work their ways into most consumer electronic devices such as phones, iPads and even full operating systems, like Windows 10.  Digital assistants provide great time saving measures as commands can be spoken instead typed out manually on awkward touchscreens or tiny keyboards.  Unfortunately, researchers have discovered [...]

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