Town Tech, LLC is the IT division of PolkPC, PolkTech & Creative Edge which is a computer and information technology service company that has been serving clients since 1991. We offer an uncompromising and affordable service experience to residential, commercial, educational and government institutions. We serve Auburndale, Winter Haven, Lakeland, Lake Alfred, Polk City, Bartow, Dundee, Haines City, Polk County & Central Florida and online support to the world.

We are located at: 217 Main Street, Auburndale, FL 33823 (Central Florida)
(Next to Auburndale Utilities Department)
– We are Fully Licensed & Insured –
Monday – Friday: 10:00 am. – 4:00 pm.
Saturdays: Scheduled Appointments Only
Mailing Address:
Town Tech, LLC, P.O. Box 342, Auburndale, FL 33823
Phone: 863-288-0123 • 863-288-TECH (8324)
E-mail: help@TownTech.com

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Google Chrome offers to save passwords for all your online accounts. It then stores and syncs them to your Google account as part of the Smart Lock feature. Chrome also has a built-in password generator...
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A little more than a week after cPanel unleashed their biggest price increase ever, the company has already announced a revised version of its new licensing model. In their latest corporate blog post, cPanel even says sorry to the global web hosting community after receiving feedback from many partn...
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Lake City to fork out $460,000 to retake email and other servers in 2nd ransomware payout by a Florida city in a week
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2nd Florida city in just a week to pay hackers big ransom for seized computer systems
Lake City to fork out $460,000 to retake email and other servers in 2nd ransomware payout by a Florida city in a week
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Apple has issued a recall of a limited portion of older-generation 15-inch MacBook Pro units after determining that the battery poses a risk of overheating and catching fire.
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The attack occurred on May 29 when a police department employee reportedly opened an email containing the malicious code. It then quickly spread to the rest of Riviera Beach's IT systems and encrypted municipal files, which the city is hoping to get back.