The RESCUECOM Story

The RESCUECOM Story

RESCUECOM CEO David A. Milman, at the age of 19, began his computer career in 1985 with nothing more than $100.00 and a 1978 Datsun 280Z to his name. The business that was to become Rescuecom in later years, earned a reputation for top quality work and exceptional customer service.

By 1989, the business topped $1 Million(US) and delivering the same top quality work that built the business became ever more difficult to achieve, in essence the business hit a glass ceiling. The problem was similar to what IBM experienced on a much larger scale (8 years after Milman) as outlined in the Financial Times article "Big blueprint for IBM services."

The solution (for both Milman and IBM) was to standardize and fully automate the delivery of computer services.

Essentially, "Make ordering computer repair and support as easy and as fast as ordering a large order of French fries." - David A. Milman (1997)

From humble beginnings in 1985, that small company operating out of a college apartment has grown into a global company employing computer support and repair technicians all over the globe.

What took 17 years to build is his patented SYSTEM ONE® (patent number 6898435) that effortlessly connects techs through a wireless handheld system directly to customers anywhere in the world.

Constantly developing new techniques to make getting high-quality computer support "as easy and as fast as ordering a large order of French fries", RESCUECOM CEO David Milman designed a version of SYSTEM ONE® especially for customer use. This patented software, iProtector® (patent number 8832424), defends customers' computers from online attacks in addition to allowing customers to effortlessly set up computer service calls whenever they need with just a click.

Today, through this very website, you can use SYSTEM ONE® to order service for any technology or computer problem and have a tech "onsite in less than 1 hour or online connected to your computer within 15 minutes."™

We invite you to give our service a try, place your first service call online right now and forget about the computer problem that now prevents you from enjoying the rest of your life. Meeting the computer repair and support needs of its customers since 1997, RESCUECOM has built a reputation for fast and flawless service that stands second to none.

Media Contact Information:
David A. Milman, C.E.O.
Email: ceo@rescuecom.com
Phone: +1.315.882.1100

Google Reviews

Mark Johnson
a month ago
Called Rescuecom to help with server issues I was having after a long power outage as they were the
...Called Rescuecom to help with server issues I was having after a long power outage as they were the only company I could find that was available to assist me on the weekend. They were committed to solving my issue and stuck by me for the day and a half it took to get the issue resolved. I highly recommend Rescuecom to friends, family, and professionals who need a knowledgeable team backing you in times of need. less
Meaghan Torbert McCord
a month ago
They are amazing!!! Really helped me out and fixed my MacBook Air problems. Highly, highly recommend
...They are amazing!!! Really helped me out and fixed my MacBook Air problems. Highly, highly recommend. less
Alicia Washington
a month ago
I love you guys. Every time I call, a technician responds almost immediately and works to resolve AL
...I love you guys. Every time I call, a technician responds almost immediately and works to resolve ALL of my many issues. From more complex problems to retrieving text messages they happily help with my technical inadequacies. These techs are so great, I've extended my subscription to add two additional plans. Thanks for your polite \u0026 professional service. less
Diane Dion
in the last week
The company is prompt and the work is done right the first time. Very knowledgeable. I will continue
...The company is prompt and the work is done right the first time. Very knowledgeable. I will continue to recommend your services to others. less
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