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Who is Guld Systems?

Where are you?

Why do you use the Super Hero Comic book theme?

Can you help with Wi-Fi installations?

We would like to attend some of your seminars. How can we find out when and where?

We want to work with Access ourselves but we keep getting stuck. Can you help us?

What can I do to keep my computers in good condition?

 

Who is Guld Systems?

Guld Systems, Inc. is the husband and wife team of Jim and Chris Guld. Jim is the network guy. He installs, configures and supports PC networks using Microsoft, Novell and Citrix products. He has worked professionally in the computer field since 1984. Chris is a Computer Traininer, a Webmaster and a Microsoft Access Specialist. She has worked professionally in the computer field since 1983. Jim and Chris partner up to present their seminars to RVers.

Where are you ?

Since 2003, we've been living in a motorhome - so, we could be anywhere in the United States! Our location is always noted on the Datastorm Users map here. You can see pictures and other details about where we are and what we're doing by looking on our Blog.

Why do you use the Super Hero Comic book theme?

Well, why not? You gotta have some fun. So many times we respond to a call for computer help from a client and we can’t resist the urge to say “Here we come to save the day!” One client said she’d buy us a cape! Another called the day after we fixed a problem to say “You’re my hero!” So, it just kind of built from there.

Can you help with Wi-Fi installations?

For large RV parks who need Wi-Fi installed, we work with Road Connect/Coach Connect. For smaller installations, we can certainly take care of it ourselves.

We would like to attend some of your seminars. How can we find out when and where?

Check our schedule of seminars on this website.

We have a program written in Access by a person who is no longer around. Can you modify it for us?

Absolutely! That’s what’s so great about Access, it is a standardized product that a lot of people know how to use. If the previous programmer followed the rules at all, Chris can figure out how it works and make modifications per your specifications. If you want to make major modifications, however, it is sometimes faster and cheaper to start from scratch rather than work with an existing program and modify it.

We want to work with Access ourselves but we keep getting stuck. Can you help us?

But of course … for 14 years, Chris was in the computer training business, and she still loves teaching Access. And, if you get GoToMyPC installed on your computer, she can help you from anywhere!

What can I do to keep my computers in good condition?

Oh! We’re so glad you asked!! We recommend a system we call BUCS, because doing BUCS will save you $Bucks$ in unnecessary repair bills! And we’ll show you everything you need to know the first time:
B = Backup (the most important thing)
U = Update (both your virus protection software and your Windows system software
C = Cleanup (running Disk Cleanup to get rid of all those temporary files)
S = Scandisk and Defrag (to keep your hard drive in good condition)

How did you get to know so much?

Jim Guld has been a computer technician and network administrator since 1984. He was the system administrator for Computer Savvy, managing over 100 computers in the classrooms and the business office on a combination of Novell and Microsoft networks. He was also a Microsoft Certified Trainer for Windows NT. Prior to Savvy, Jim was an on-the-road computer service technician, and after Savvy, he was network administrator for an internet service provider and for a local construction firm.

 

Chris Guld: Computer Hero! Website designed by Chris Guld, Guld Systems, Inc. Menu graphics by Adam Grant.     Last Updated: 7/27/03