8/12 Sandford St, Mitchell ACT 2911, Australia

Computer Security Service, Computers

(02) 6230 3839


Open Hours

Monday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Tuesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Wednesday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Thursday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Friday 8:30 AM – 5:00 PM
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed

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About the business

Business IT Support Canberra

Here at omniIT, we take pride in being able to deliver quality managed IT services, IT security, and IT support for our clients in Canberra, AU.

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Scott Hamilton said 3 years ago
I've tried many IT providers over the years and finally I have found omniIT, the only IT company in Canberra who seem to know what they are doing. Do yourself a favour. If you're not happy with your current provider or want a second opinion on your IT solutions then I recommend contacting Michael and the team at omniIT.
Ashita Vadher said 4 years ago
You only know how good your IT support is when you have an emergency and your business is stopped in its tracks because of the technology you rely on. Michael and his team at OmniIT are the best in Canberra because they are responsive, highly knowledgable and well priced. I run an optometry practice that relies heavily on technology and OmniIT have been my knights in shining armour from day 1. Recently, when things couldn't be solved by the people that caused the problem in the first place (Optus and HICAPS), OmniIT resolved the issue swiftly and expertly. If you want an IT support team that thinks outside the box and genuinely cares about your business success, choose OmniIT for all of your IT needs. They will go the extra mile!

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