Get free advice from PC Pro’s Business Clinic


Does your business need some expert help with its IT? IT Pro's sister site PC Pro's newly launched Business Clinic is on hand to offer free IT advice to Britain's small businesses.

Its team of Real World Computing experts - with decades of computing experience between them - could pay a visit to your company, providing first-hand advice on anything from your server set-up, to your internet security, to managing your remote workers. What's more, your business could feature in the new-look PC Pro magazine.

The team of experts include:

Jon Honeyball

A contributor to PC Pro since issue one, Jon writes his popular monthly missive on Advanced Windows & Mac, as well as the Epilog column. A renowned computer journalist and IT consultant, Jon specialises in both client/server and office automation application.

Steve Cassidy

A highly respected Real World columnist mixes networking technologies with human resources consultancy work. Steve helped the Sandy Balls holiday park tackle its problem with getting internet access to all its visitors in this month's PC Pro Business Clinic, and next month visits a manufacturing firm that needs help with its in-house software.

Davey Winder

The three-times winner of the BT Information Security Journalist of the Year award, Davey Winder combines his indisputable expertise with no-nonsense advice. He can advise firms on their security set-up or their social-networking strategy, both of which he covers in his monthly PC Pro column.

If you'd like a free visit from one of our experts, send details of your problem and your company to

Alternatively, if you've got a simpler problem that you'd like the team to tackle in the pages of the magazine, send your questions to the email address above.

Please note: we can only answer business IT queries through the pages of the magazine, or in person if your business is chosen for a visit from our experts. We cannot guarantee a reply to all questions. PC Pro will decide on the suitability of a case for publication and may offer companies anonymity at its discretion.

Maggie Holland

Maggie has been a journalist since 1999, starting her career as an editorial assistant on then-weekly magazine Computing, before working her way up to senior reporter level. In 2006, just weeks before ITPro was launched, Maggie joined Dennis Publishing as a reporter. Having worked her way up to editor of ITPro, she was appointed group editor of CloudPro and ITPro in April 2012. She became the editorial director and took responsibility for ChannelPro, in 2016.

Her areas of particular interest, aside from cloud, include management and C-level issues, the business value of technology, green and environmental issues and careers to name but a few.