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Onsite In 60 Offers Free Tech Support for Small Businesses Affected by Hurricane Sandy | Small Business News, Tips, Advice – Small Business Trends

Onsite In 60 Offers Free Tech Support for Small Businesses Affected by Hurricane Sandy

  • November 5, 2012

NEW YORK, Nov. 5, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — In an effort to help fellow small businesses in a time of need, Onsite In 60, a computer consulting firm headquartered in Manhattan, is providing free remote technology disaster recovery advice for businesses affected by Hurricane Sandy.

“I am inspired by the many service men and women who came to help, and the people helping their neighbors,” said Akiva Goldstein, President of Onsite In 60. “We want to do our share and help people get back to work.”

Goldstein has been working since Sandy to help homes and businesses get their systems back in shape, catching 5 AM trains to Manhattan from his Long Island home – in one case carrying a server down 19 flights by flashlight at 110 Wall Street, where they are still expected to be without power for another week. When he’s not in Manhattan, he’s in Long Beach, helping his parents and others who live in the town which was hit hard by Sandy.

Onsite In 60 is offering free remote tech advice via phone, email or online chat through its website, They have brought in extra tech support representatives who will be online with business owners and managers, discussing options of how to get back up and running as soon as possible.

They are also offering discounted rates to those businesses that require onsite assistance. In anticipation of major subway delays, they have techs standing by across Manhattan to facilitate quick access to most locations, and are extending their regular client “onsite in 60 minutes” offer to non-client businesses needing immediate assistance due to the storm.

“Our priority today is to help as many small businesses get their technology in order or build work around plans so they can get up and running ASAP,” Goldstein said, “while still meeting our responsibilities to those businesses and home users who depend on us to keep their technology working properly and smoothly.”

Businesses affected by superstorm Sandy are encouraged to take advantage of the free remote technology support, or schedule onsite rapid response by visiting or calling (877) IN-SIXTY / (877- 467-4989).

Contact: Akiva Goldstein,, call 877.467.4989, or visit for the quickest 24×7 response


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