Portsmouth Computer Group turns 25

Amora R Jelo
Portsmouth Computer Group has seen a tsunami of changes since its founding 25 years ago this month.

The last 25 years have brought forth some of the most rapid technological developments in human history.  The Internet redefined how we search for and share information with each other, breaking down the communication barriers between countries in the process. Remember the Palm Pilot? The advent of the World Wide Web? Bluetooth? Wi-Fi? VPN? The iPhone has changed how people relate to technology and consume information at a personal level. The smartphone has transformed from a luxury item into an essential ordinary tool used by all ages. Hotmail, Gmail, Outlook not only allow us to communicate more easily, but have changed how we do.

But how has the ever-changing world of technology impacted one of the area’s leading IT Service Providers? How has one company had to transform through the years to remain viable and competitive in such an industry? With technology always moving at a much faster pace than most of us could deal with, Portsmouth Computer Group (PCGiT) has revolutionized IT service and support to meet the needs of their long-standing customers, both here and in other countries.

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