Sit down and relax

Have you tried turning it on and off again?

Often the first step and it's surprising how often that works. When it doesn't though, you need someone who knows what they're doing.

Sit down and relax

It works straight out of the box!

Sadly this isn't always the case. If you can't get it to work no matter which way you hold it, give us a call.

Sit down and relax

A little bit of knowledge is a dangerous thing!

We think it's great when people take an interest in IT, but if it's still broken give us a call, we'd be happy to help you out.

Sit down and relax

It's okay. We've backed everything up!

Is it? Have you checked? Or, tried recovering something from your backup? If not, would you like us to look over your systems just to make sure.


6 Top Tips To Create and Maintain Secure Passwords

There are so many pin numbers and passwords to remember these days. Our lives are interrupted on a daily basis by some form of technology asking … Continue reading

AVG 2011 issue with ActiveSync affecting iPhones

We have recently been rolling out the latest version of AVG anti-virus for a couple of clients and everything appeared to go smoothly. The upgrade … Continue reading


Is the cloud safe?

Usually when you start talking to someone about cloud computing the first thing they will say is that is that they wouldn’t use it because … Continue reading

‘eBreach’ on eBay – what you need to know about the recent security violation

Popular online auction site eBay has become the latest victim of cybercriminal activity. Apart from the exposure of millions of users’ personal details, it has … Continue reading

Hackers hold iPhone users to “ransom”…..

Yesterday reports started flooding the internet about Apple users being unable to access their iDevices. Last week it was eBay making headlines because of a … Continue reading

Installation Issue with Proclarity Desktop 6.3

We recently performed an installation of Proclarity Desktop Professional 6.3 for one of our clients and ran into an installation issue. When installing Proclarity Desktop … Continue reading

Installing Anti-Spam features on a stand-alone Exchange 2010 server

So you have your brand new Exchange 2010 server installed, your mailboxes have been migrated and your old server retired. However your users are now … Continue reading

Intermittent DNS bug in SBS 2008

Over the last few weeks we’ve noticed a recurring issue with several Small Business Server 2008 systems. Intermittent DNS issues particularly related to resolving … Continue reading

Managed IT Support for Mac OS X has arrived!

Thanks to the hard work of our friends at Centrastage, we are now pleased to be able to extend our Managed IT Support solution to … Continue reading

More reasons to stop using Internet Explorer (IE)

We recently published a post (read it here) about a security bug affecting certain versions of Microsoft Internet Explorer. Over the past couple of days … Continue reading

‘Operation Clandestine Fox’ – IE (Internet Explorer) Security Issue

Anyone still using IE (Internet Explorer) should be aware that Microsoft announced a security bug over the weekend, that could leave users vulnerable to hackers. … Continue reading

Raspberry PI Micro Computer

What is Raspberry Pi? The Raspberry Pi is a palm sized computer that plugs into your TV with a keyboard and mouse. It’s a capable … Continue reading

The ‘Heartbleed’ Bug

You should by now all have heard about ‘Heartbleed’. There have been some confused messages in amongst the sensible ones, so we just wanted to give … Continue reading

Using a Block List in Exchange 2010

Block lists provide a very useful means of limiting the amount of spam and junk mail passing through your Exchange server and landing in your … Continue reading


What is the cloud and why would I use it?

Unless you’ve been asleep for the last few years then you will almost certainly have heard of the cloud, and are probably already using it, … Continue reading

Where did Disk Cleanup go?

Disk space is always an important factor on your server systems, especially the system drive. When the system drive is full, your services crash to … Continue reading

Transforming organisations through technology

Welcome to Rebooted – we deliver IT support solutions and IT enabled change to a variety of businesses and third sector/charity clients in Edinburgh, Glasgow and across Central Scotland. Our team of Support Engineers are on hand to monitor, manage and help you to improve your IT – taking you from just ticking over, to super-efficient.

Supporting you, not just your systems

With most businesses ever more reliant on technology, we understand how important it is for your IT systems to run optimally. Our approach is human, friendly and jargon free. We’re as passionate about supporting you and your team as we are about supporting your IT systems.

As a customer of Rebooted, you’ll get reliable, responsive IT support, clear advice and consultancy on your systems, and as resellers, we’ll advise and supply any software and hardware you may require – all appropriate to your needs.

We bring the best of corporate IT to small to medium sized organisations – you can be confident that your business is safe, stable and secure.

Please contact us to find out how we can help you.