IT Support in Poole, Wimborne, Bournemouth, Dorset


LDS Technology is a well-established IT company that has been supplying support and services for over 26 years. In this time the company has built up a loyal customer base that appreciate the high quality of service that we provide on a daily basis.  LDS engineers react quickly to any issues that may arise and through the use of appropriate IT solutions reduce the loss of productivity that the company or individual may be suffering from.

With a range of customers from the Education sector to SMBs we provide the same high quality of service no matter the budget. Our services range from onsite/in-house IT support to hardware and network installations. Web design to email and website hosting along with cloud computing solutions.

We understand how stressful IT problems can be when they arise so let us take that stress away and deal with these issues for you. Whether this is through one of our support contracts or Ad-hoc services, either way you will receive the high quality of service and attention to detail that all of our customers have come to expect.

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