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With Atlantic Computer Solutions by your company's side, you never have to stress about tech again. With ACS as your partner, you have the opportunity to:

  • Get an expert IT support consultant without overspending on in-house IT help
  • Keep your most sensitive business data secure and backed up
  • Create scalable technology infrastructure
  • Streamline your business transactions and processes
  • Boost business productivity
  • Minimize network system downtime

Curious about what kind of IT support ACS offers? Keep reading to learn more about some of our most common services.

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Helping Your Dreams Turn Into Reality


Technology doesn't only help companies perform quicker and more efficiently. It provides security against hackers, viruses, malicious actors, and human errors. It saves you money and time through streamlined processes. But it can also be a huge distraction from your business goals and dreams. That's especially true when you try to solve complicated IT issues on your own. As your IT management company, ACS supplements your business with real-deal expertise, so you don't stray from your ultimate vision.

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Your Answer to Full-Time IT Support


If you find that your company needs IT support 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, it's time to contact ACS. We provide cost-effective, pragmatic IT outsourcing solutions customized to your business needs. That way, you don't have to take out another line of credit just to keep your data safe and your business up-to-date.

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If you're looking for an IT support company with the kind of diverse skillsets to address complex business challenges, look no further than ACS. From cloud hosting and VOIP help to computer repair and new business technologies, Atlantic Computer Services combines national-level know-how with reliable local service.

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A few of our network installation and support services include:

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Performance Optimization

With years of network IT support experience, we've learned to spot performance issues early so our team can resolve them before they affect your business. As part of our cyclical performance audits, we evaluate benchmark tests, resource-usage trends, and capacity analysis to measure your server's ability to handle traffic and any projected spikes or lulls in productivity.

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Infrastructure Monitoring

Detecting issues with servers and networks early on minimizes threats to your network's performance and protects your business data. That's why we're monitoring your network 24/7. We're looking for problems with your connectivity, system performance, database response time, access speeds, and network utilization. To put it simply, we keep track of every aspect of your network, so you get the most out of your infrastructure.

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Swift Emergency Support

By monitoring your networks every day and night of the year, we can detect issues swiftly and implement an equally fast response and solution. That way, your systems get back online ASAP.

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Troubleshooting

Servers and networks fail all the time, whether it's from hardware problems or software incompatibility. When that happens, your services often come to a halt. ACS relies on our years of experience to quickly discover network issues so that we can apply a permanent fix.

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What is Network Security from Atlantic Computer Services?

You know the adage that says, "A chain is only as strong as its weakest link?" The same can be said for computer networks. In today's digitally-dominant world, your network computers are only as secure as their most vulnerable entry point. Unfortunately, modern scammers and hackers only need one hole in your defenses to ruin everything you've worked so hard to create.

From ransomware and Trojan horse strategies to viruses and malware, cyberattacks are usually destructive by nature and can wreak havoc on your company's sensitive data, processes, privacy, and productivity.

Network security services from ACS are designed to provide your business with iron-clad protection. We accomplish that mission by using innovative tools and best practices to predict, monitor, and prevent network breaches that expose privileged data to hackers.

At ACS, we understand that true network security isn't something that you can just "set and forget." It's not a series of random solutions - it's robust, proactive, and carefully tailored to your company. Our ongoing network security services in North Charleston act as castle walls rather than rickety old fences, giving you peace of mind knowing your business has a professionally-designed security infrastructure.

When you trust ACS with your network security, you benefit from:

  • Customized, Extensive, Proactive Network Defense Strategies
  • Secure Data Transfers
  • Full-Service Security Solutions
  • PCI and HIPPA Compliance
  • Enhanced Network Stability
  • Reduced Risk of Cyberattacks
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Atlantic Computer Services: An IT Provider You Can Trust

If you're searching for the capabilities of an IT department but don't have the time to manage such an undertaking, Atlantic Computer Services is the perfect fit for your business. ACS provides a flexible computer services support team to augment your daily and ongoing IT needs. Unlike some companies, our onsite and remote IT support exceeds service-level agreements with on-call, local live helpdesk support.

Instead of one-and-done engagements, we prefer to nurture long-term business relationships built on trust and hard work. If you're looking for reliable IT help at cost-conscious prices, look no further than Atlantic Computer Services. Contact our office today to learn more about how we can help your business stay successful and secure.

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‘I was awestruck’: Parents of North Charleston man lose home in Hurricane Ian

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - A North Charleston man drove down to southwest Florida to help with cleanup efforts after Hurricane Ian made his parent’s mobile home unlivable.“You could see it on television, but until you’re there seeing it in person, it’s… I was awestruck,” Edward Boggio said.Boggio lives in North Charleston, but his parents, who are in their 70s, live in North Fort Myers, Florida. When Hurricane Ian was heading straight towards southwest Florida, he had some concerns abou...

NORTH CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - A North Charleston man drove down to southwest Florida to help with cleanup efforts after Hurricane Ian made his parent’s mobile home unlivable.

“You could see it on television, but until you’re there seeing it in person, it’s… I was awestruck,” Edward Boggio said.

Boggio lives in North Charleston, but his parents, who are in their 70s, live in North Fort Myers, Florida. When Hurricane Ian was heading straight towards southwest Florida, he had some concerns about their wellbeing. His mother is on oxygen so he was worried if the power went out, she may not be able to get oxygen supplied for an extended period of time.

When Ian first started slamming the Florida coast, Boggio’s parents, Lucy and Larry, stayed in their mobile home, until they heard the windows crashing around them.

Boggio was able to get in contact with his parents by phone. He told them to go to a shelter. They went right away but had to drive through flooding and debris on the road. Two of the tires on their car went flat on the way there.

When the storm passed and they were able to get back to their home, they found their belongings strewn around their yard. A neighbor’s carport struck the roof of the mobile home, tearing some of it away.

“It was almost heartbreaking because they worked all these years and retired in Florida,” Boggio said.

The home is unlivable at this time. Boggio’s parents are staying at a hotel for four weeks. But after that, they will have to find somewhere else. They did not have insurance. Boggio started a GoFundMe to help with costs.

Boggio drove down to Florida from North Charleston to assist with the cleanup efforts.

“As I was cleaning up, and just looking at broken photos, family photos, picture frames, and that really hit me emotionally,” Boggio said.

What Boggio is bringing back to the Charleston area is a sense of appreciation for the goodness of humanity during tragedy.

“One thing that really moved me was seeing all the volunteers. All the volunteers not look to their own interests but to the interests of others,” Boggio said.

Boggio said his parents will stay in southwest Florida. He hopes that people will now start to take weather more seriously. When tragedy strikes, he said he hopes you can do what you can to help.

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Bosch investing $260M in North Charleston expansion

Bosch Charleston started producing electric motors this month. But the company needs more space and more people.So Bosch announced today that it will invest more than $260 million to further expand production of electrification products at the North Charleston facility, which the company calls Bosch Charleston, an investment that will ...

Bosch Charleston started producing electric motors this month. But the company needs more space and more people.

So Bosch announced today that it will invest more than $260 million to further expand production of electrification products at the North Charleston facility, which the company calls Bosch Charleston, an investment that will add 75,000 square feet and 350 new jobs to the site by 2025.

“We have grown our electrification business globally and here in the North American region,” said Mike Mansuetti, president of Bosch in North America. “We’ve invested more than $6 billion in electromobility development and in 2021 our global orders for electromobility surpassed $10 billion for the first time. Local production helps to advance our customers’ regional electrification strategies, and further supports the market demand for electrification.”

The company already dedicated about 200,000 square feet of an existing building on the Bosch Charleston campus to electromobility. The new assembly area includes the production of rotors and stators, and the final assembly of the electric motor.

The company also said it has secured additional electromobility business that makes the expansion necessary. The expansion is expected to be operational by the end of 2023.

The Bosch site in North Charleston Charleston supports multiple products from the Bosch Mobility Solutions portfolio, according to the news release. The site produces high-pressure fuel injectors and pumps for internal combustion engines. It also manufactures safety-related products.

The Bosch Charleston facility, which opened in 1974, is the largest manufacturing site in the United States for Bosch from an employment perspective with around 1,500 associates. It covers more than 900,000 square feet of floor space on 118 acres.

The electric motor production space is in a building formerly occupied by diesel components production. Bosch announced in January 2020 that production of diesel powertrain components would be slowly ramped down. The company indicated then it would pursue electrification business.

“This launch delivers on a commitment to our associates and to the local community in Charleston,” said Mansuetti, who started his Bosch career as a manufacturing engineer at the Charleston facility. “We are in the midst of major shifts in mobility, and the story of reinvention in Charleston is a model for how electrification production can evolve from within an existing facility. We are building on the long-standing expertise and commitment of the Charleston team with this new production.”

In August Mansuetti also delivered future-leaning news to the Anderson plant he once managed, where the company will invest more than $200 million and hire 350 workers to produce fuel cell stacks to be used in hydrogen-powered trucks.

As part of the Charleston site transformation, called Bosch Charleston, the company has provided reskilling and upskilling opportunities to employees to prepare for the production of electric motors. Those opportunities include travelling to other sites within the global Bosch production network for training and best practice sharing, according to a news release.

Bosch is also collaborating with local schools to begin implementing fundamentals related to electrification into curriculum. The Bosch Community Fund, the corporate foundation for Bosch in North America, has invested more than $2.5 million in grants related to STEM education efforts in the Charleston area since 2013, the release said.

As its orders in electromobility continue to increase, the Bosch global production network has been ramping up to support the expanding demand for electrification. Local-for-local production supports a robust supply chain approach for local customer needs.

“We have long been believers in the potential of electromobility and we have been investing heavily to bring this technology to market at scale for our customers,” Mansuetti said in the release.

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5 crowned to represent Lowcountry at Miss SC, Miss SC Teen

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The Palmetto State now has a new Miss Summerville, Miss Summerville Teen, Miss North Charleston, Miss North Charleston Teen, and Miss Lowcountry after the five were crowned over the weekend.Sixteen women and teens, ranging in age from 13 to 25 competed for the four titles.Mary Kimball Osborn, 21, was crowned Miss Summerville 2023. Osborn, a senior Broadcast Journalism student at the University of South Carolina, plans to pursue a career in sports commentating or sideline reporting. Osborn gave a vocal ...

CHARLESTON, S.C. (WCSC) - The Palmetto State now has a new Miss Summerville, Miss Summerville Teen, Miss North Charleston, Miss North Charleston Teen, and Miss Lowcountry after the five were crowned over the weekend.

Sixteen women and teens, ranging in age from 13 to 25 competed for the four titles.

Mary Kimball Osborn, 21, was crowned Miss Summerville 2023. Osborn, a senior Broadcast Journalism student at the University of South Carolina, plans to pursue a career in sports commentating or sideline reporting. Osborn gave a vocal performance to “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” from the Wizard of Oz for the talent portion of the competition. Her platform is “I Hear You,” which focuses on the importance of being heard during this increasing time of mental health issues.

The new Miss North Charleston 2023 is Catherine Smith. The 25-year-old L2 Juris Doctor Candidate from Charleston School of Law performed an operatic vocal piece, “Donde Lieta Usci.” During her reign, she’ll be promoting “Saved by Strength: Suicide Awareness and Prevention.” Smith was also awarded the Overall Talent and On-Stage Question awards for the competition.

Amberlyn White, 25, became the first Miss Lowcountry crowned since 2019. White will spend her year promoting fire safety through her social impact initiative “Beyond Stop, Drop, and Roll.” The Clemson University graduate performed an upbeat contemporary clogging routine for her talent. In addition to being crowned, White also won the “Spirit of the Lowcountry” award for most ticket sales as well as named “Miss Congeniality” by her fellow candidates.

Osborn, Smith and White each earned a $700 college scholarship and will now go on to compete at Miss South Carolina next summer where they will be able to earn additional college scholarships and the title of Miss South Carolina.

Kailey Williams, 17, was crowned Miss Summerville Teen 2023. A senior at Socastee High School in Myrtle Beach, she performed a pop vocal with the ukulele for her talent, which won the Teen Talent Award. Williams’s platform is active bullying prevention.

Fifteen-year-old Addison Mann is the new Miss North Charleston Teen. Mann, who is a sophomore at Hanahan High School, performed a contemporary/lyrical dance to “Ghost Town” for her talent. She plans to spend her year promoting the importance of school safety. In addition to being crowned, Mann was awarded the Teen Evening Gown & On-Stage Question award.

Saturday’s competition was held at Trident Technical College’s College Center.

The five new titleholders will compete at Miss South Carolina and Miss South Carolina Teen Competition in Columbia next June.

Winners at the Miss South Carolina and Miss South Carolina Teen pageants will advance to the Miss America and Miss America’s Outstanding Teen competitions.

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