About JCL Computing
JCL Computing is a local business in West Sussex (South East England) providing personal IT support for home users, Micro or Small to Medium Enterprises (SME). JCL Computing is based in Angmering (South England) and is perfectly situated for providing personal IT support for businesses in Brighton, Portsmouth and the immediate surrounding area of Littlehampton and Worthing.
JCL Computing is owned by Jason Turner, who wanted to start a business that provided inexpensive personal IT support to other small businesses in the local area. JCL’s objective is to help other small businesses resolve their computer & IT related problems by providing a single point of contact for all their IT support needs. Jason provides numerous computer related services from PC repair, hardware set-up & upgrades, remote maintenance, software installation & updates, data backups, software training, email, website design and hosting, network management, server administration and IT consultancy. All at small business costs and with a friendly smile.
Jason’s basic 1 on 1 training is especially aimed at those people who are new to computing or the more mature generation who may feel slightly intimidated by all the new technology that did not exist when they were at school. Jason’s training is unique in that it is provided when needed using the latest in remote desktop technology to teach users the new skills necessary to complete a required task. By utilising remote desktop technology, Jason can show and talk users through the tasks they need to complete on their own personal computers. Jason’s experience has taught him that people learn and remember skills better when they are completing in real life tasks and at their own pace. Jason is always happy to talk you through a solution and to show you the skills needed to make you and your business more efficient.
Jason started his career when he joined his parent’s insurance broking business. As his parent’s business grew there was a decision to make a significant investment in information technology. This resulted in going from having one word processor and a single quote engine to a file server and network of PCs, together with a bespoke back office insurance broking software package. Jason took on the challenge to manage this new system on a day to day basis. After a steep learning curve, managing the IT needs of the family business started to become a major part of his role. In the years that followed he continued to manage the network, implemented a new back office system, set up email and internet and computerised the accounts department.
Due to successfully utilising technology the family business continued to grow until 2007 when it was acquired by a much larger organisation. Keen to take on Jason skills he was offered a job as a Project Manager within the larger organisation. Even though Jason adored the daily challenge of problem solving in his new job, in 2008 he decided to take the opportunity to start his own IT company, JCL Computing. Doing something that he not only really enjoyed, but also something that he was very skilled at and had many years of practical experience in.