Break free from tech pains and achieve your goals with a truly modernized workplace technology experience.
How We Help
- We build smooth networks, systems, and applications, so you can focus on the work that you love.
- We secure your information with leading-edge anti-malware and mail protection, so you can trust your network security.
- We give you peace of mind with backup and security management, so you can rest easy.
- We save you time by being available by phone, online, and in-person, so you’re never out of the loop.
Industries We Serve
Architecture, Engineering and Planning
Media, Marketing and Design
Professional Service Firms
Enterprise and Education
Social Services and Non‑Profits
We love a new challenge! Get in touch to learn how we can optimize your workplace technology experience.
Why Choose Campfire Technology Group?
Focused on Experience
We focus on making sure you have a good Workplace Technology Experience, not on fixing things once they’re already broken.
By shifting from reactive to proactive, we ensure that you stay working, stay productive, and stay happy
Part of the Community
It is our goal to help people, get rid of IT headaches, and make friends.
We’re committed to our community not only as technology professionals but as community members and human beings.
Diagnosis Before Prescription
Every business is unique and has different needs and priorities.
We work with you and your team and build the right Workplace Technology Package for you.
Learn to Love Technology Again
Technology is meant to make life easier - not harder. Let us handle your technology needs while you focus on doing your best work. Wondering how we can help you get the most out of your workplace IT experience? Contact us to book a technology assessment today.
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