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Compu b Business to Business is serving:
  • Retail
  • SMEs
  • Non Profit
  • Hospitals

 

Martin O’Leary, Bizimply

"Compu b is the perfect partner for our growing company. Their business department offers superior product knowledge and support, which allows our team to concentrate their energies on delivering an outstanding product and excellent customer service."

 

Rod Joves, IT Procurement & Inventory Specialist,
New Relic

“Considering our geographical location and time difference, working with Compu b to support our Dublin and UK offices has been a positive and fruitful experience. Their Business Team has always been there to answer any immediate questions and manage deliveries to either of our UK and Dublin sites.”

iOS Device Management

With iOS 10, the iPad and iPhone now offer you more control and flexibility than ever. When deployed using DEP and VPP, your IT department can now take advantage of zero touch configuration and send devices directly to end users without ever having to open a box.

Without the correct support, managing your mobile device estate can be a complicated and time-consuming task. As Apple and iOS MDM experts, our business team can help streamline your processes and improve your user experience.

OS Device Management

Our Mac management service offers you the ability to remotely track your inventory, offer zero touch deployment, ensure the highest levels of security and empower your end users. These features can be offered through your central IT team and considerably reduce instances of on-site support.

Speak to our business team today about how to provide your IT department and employees with the best possible Mac experience.

CASE STUDIES

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Munster Rugby

Munster Rugby fans will remember the moment when Peter Stringer scored the try that put the club on course to win its first Heineken Cup in 2006. Not known as a runner or considered a threat, Stringer saw his opposite number was out of position and rounded the blindside of the scrum to take the ball across the line. It was an audacious move that had been intricately planned in the run up to the game, using video analysis with Apple equipment provided by Compu b.

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