(501) 372-3379 -
400 WEST 7TH, LITTLE ROCK AR 72201 / Hours (M-F): 8:30am-4:30pm

At Complete Computing, our team of skilled and certified Support Engineers are dedicated to meeting your IT support needs. Our services are designed to be flexible, offering both non-contract options and support contracts to suit your preference. In addition, we provide network monitoring services and comprehensive managed services to ensure the smooth operation of your systems.

For any assistance or inquires, email support@complete.com

We offer a wide variety of professional installation services. Proper installation of your IT solutions is crucial for performance, security and reducing support expenses.
Asset Tagging
We offer asset tagging to help our clients protect their IT assets.
Network Monitoring
We offer state-of-the-art network monitoring for clients who want to quickly identify potential but don’t want full managed services.
Network Optimization
We also offer network optimization of your existing networking to improve performance, reliability and security.
We offer recycling services for any type of IT equipment.
Managed Services
We offer state-of-the-art managed services.
Virus and Malware Removal
We offer in shop, on-site and remote virus and malware removal. Learn more
Network Audits and Documentation
We offer basic and comprehensive network audits to improve performance and reduce support expenses. We also offer network documentation services for faster resolution of network problems and reduced support expenses.
Support and Non-Contract Support
We offer a variety of support contracts to meet the needs of our clients. We also offer flexible non-contract support services.
Wireless Optimization
We offer wireless optimization support that will help you deal with gaps in your wireless coverage or performance issues.
We offer computer imaging services for every need from a single computer to thousands.
Security Audits
We offer basic and comprehensive computer and network security audits. “An ounce of prevention is worth more than a pound of cure.” Most networks are not as secure as they should be.