Sydney Suite 1, 9 Australia Avenue Sydney Olympic Park 2127
    Melbourne Suite 2 Level 1, 2-8 Lake Street Caroline Springs 3023

    Chill IT offers specializes IT support for real estate businesses. With numerous real estate customers (both large and small), Chill IT brings consistent managed experience, making technology simple and readily available.

    Property Management

    We have specialized in supporting MRI (formerly Rockend) clients that have run REST Professional, fileSMART or Strata Master for the last 12 years. These programs are designed to run their best on a server to allow simultaneous access for multiple users.
    We have supported over 100 clients to manage their servers initially and then helped them migrate to the cloud with Chill Cloud.

    Cloud Computing for Real Estate

    We offer the full range of Cloud computing solutions including migration, security, managed services, proactive support and help desk.

    Microsoft 365

    TIP: Don’t forget to add on Teams calling so Teams can also be your integrated cloud phone system

    Cyber Security

    Real Estate business have a lot of delicious personal and financial data. You are a prime target for cyber criminals.
    Take this free IT Security Self-Assessment of your Governance, Policies and People as a starting point. We are here to help you keep your data and your business safe.
    TIP: Notifiable Day Breaches – Know your obligations
    There is federal legislation and a federal commissioner for data breaches. Most businesses are required to inform the government of a data breach as well as their key stakeholders and clients. The damage to your brand could be substantial. We recommend you take the 5-10 minutes to review this link to understand the rules and your obligations.
    Chill IT understands the need for quick technical support in a demanding industry.
    See our Services for a full range of technology and support options.
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