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What is Digital Orbit Computers?

What do we do?

Here at Digital Orbit Computers (DOC), we provide a direct and honest service to our customers. We offer numerous services to customers, both residential and business, that covers any and all issues they may have with computers. Our goal is to educate our customers on how to avoid problems, but should they occur we will be available to come help. We hope to provide a reliable service at the cheapest price possible. We guarantee our prices to be lower than any of our competitors. Show us an ad for a competitor with a lower price for labor and we will come in under their price and complete the job sooner.

How do we do it?

Our goal is to do what's best for you, not what's best for our pocketbooks. We give you all of the information available to us and educate you about your choices. We want you to have the final say on what is done with your property. We use our years of technical background to give you options and do so at the very lowest price available anywhere. We would love to speak with you about your technology issues, so just give us a call or send us an e-mail.

So who are you exactly?

The technician, owner, and operator of this one man show is me, Blake Woodward. Some may know me from my previous jobs. A little about me: I went to Sarepta High School, where I was involved in computer repair, networking, and troubleshooting on a somewhat large scale. I estimate that during my high school years (2003-2005), I built well over 200 desktops, installed hundreds of operating systems, and upgraded the schools network. During this time, I also worked for a company in Springhill, LA named Springhill (dot) net. It was a dial-up Internet Service Provider in the area. While working at Sprhill.net, I was fortunate enough to work on hundreds of other desktop computers, laptops, and manage the dial-up ISP. I handled all technical support calls for dial-up customers and repaired computers which customers brought in to the store. These computers usually had very bad malware infections or viruses. I spent hundreds of hours removing viruses and malware, reinstalling operating systems, recovering data, and installing updates and software. I left Sprhill.net in order to go to college at Bossier Parish Community College. While at BPCC, I majored in Computer Information Systems, focusing on Software and Web Design. During this time, I freelanced my computer repair by word-of-mouth and was able to pay for college. I also worked as a contractor for the national company NCR where I, along with other technicians, removed and replaced old Point of Sale machines in numerous JCPenney retail stores. I was unable to finish my associated degree due to personal reasons and acquired a job as a Sales Representative for Cingular Wireless in Minden, LA in July of 2006. While at the store, I tripled sales and increased customer satisfaction. I left Cingular Wireless in January of 2007 and was offered a job by the Town of Cullen. I took the job of Police Officer in January of 2007. In 2009 I was promoted to the rank of Sergeant and oversee other officers. I continue work for the Town of Cullen at this time while I work on acquiring more computer repair business.