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solution for any situation is guaranteed

African Dynamic Systems welcomes you to our website!
Securely Encrypted - Our remote support software is protected with 128-bit end-to-end data encryption, remote desktop support is just as secure as if the technician were sitting in front of your PC.
Good Value For Money - Our remote desktop support service is charged at a flat rate, meaning you know exactly how much you are paying.
Convenient - Remote support means there's no waiting around for a home visit from the technician. It also means you don't have to disconnect the machine and carry it to a shop.
Instant Support - Remote desktop support allows us to repair your computer in a matter of hours.

We'll diagnose

and repair any problem

Repairs, Upgrades and Services done to all makes of PC's and Laptops

PC's and Laptops that are relatively new can be upgraded depending on how old the original hardware in the machine is. When the PC or Laptop is at end of life Afridyne Systems will gladly quote on a replacement system.

Computer repair

and support anytime, anywhere!

Servers Built and Commissioned. Microsoft Windows Servers depending on the required tasks or requirements.

Full Server Maintenance as well as Offsite Backups and comprehensive Service Level Agreements.

Home Computer

Services
We offer a wide range of computer services that will suite all you home needs.

Business

Computer Services
All your business needs are covered with us. From workstations to Linux and Windows Servers.

Email

Services
Email accounts of your choice arranged plus client and configured Corporate Gmail accounts.

Internet

Services
Arranging wireless internet: New ADSL accounts Plus Bandwidth topup.

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