Your trusted, local one-stop-tech-shop! Chris Savalas founded Marina Pointe Tech Support after completing his studies in computer science and engineering in Graz, Austria. The business grew out of a clear need for a reliable, competent, and affordable tech support service in his new hometown of Marina Del Rey, CA. In 2010, Marina Pointe Tech Support expanded to offer services to the entire West side of Los Angeles. Computer hardware repair, networking/security, optimization, graphic design, and general software support to businesses and individuals for virtually all platforms, including: Microsoft, Apple, Android, and more.
What People Are Saying
In business, time is critical. Marina Pointe Tech Support is prompt, honest, and ensures that computer problems are the last thing I have to think about.
Imagine having an IT guy on staff who takes care of everything right away, well that;s what you get with Chris at Marina Pointe Tech Support.. Call Chris and you get Chris, not some call center with week long wait times and different techs every time. Don;t waste your tine with the “geeks” out there, call Chris.
I can’t say enough about Chris. He is so talented in both technical IT and creative design. I am launching a new business and he was the guru in developing our website from creative design (filming and content) to launching the domain and email addresses. One stop shopping. He also designed our logo. He is very efficient and cost effective always looking out for his clients. I highly recommend him, Pat Kennedy
My computer went down at my business Bennys Tacos in Venice and as we all know my pos machine will not take credit cards, so i called Marina Point Tech Support.
I must say that Chris came over asap, and took care of all our issues. A day loss for us would have been about $2800.00. Now the company is taking care of all our home and businesses computers. A great company with great service.
Select Local Clients
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- The ride hailing industry is getting turned on its head by coronavirusJust days after President Donald Trump announced earlier this month that all travel from Europe to the United States would be temporarily suspended due the coronavirus pandemic, a Dallas-based rideshare startup called Alto started seeing a steep drop in demand for rides.