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   Support.com Offers Half-Off Unlimited Tech Support for Educators and Students  2020/08/04 13:00:00 Business Wire
SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)-- #COVID19--Support.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPRT), a leader in technical support solutions for businesses and consumers, announces a 50 percent discount on the annual plan of its unlimited, remote tech support service, TechSolutions. This limited-time offer is exclusively for educators, students with a valid student ID, and parents of students across K-12 and higher ed to support hybrid or virtual teaching and learning for the upcoming 2020-2021 school year. As schools prepar
   Support.com Announces New Tech Support Offering for Small Businesses  2020/02/18 13:45:00 Business Wire
SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Support.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPRT), the full-spectrum leader in technical support solutions for businesses and consumers, announces today the launch of its new tech support service, TechSolutions Small Business. The new offering provides on-demand, 24/7 tech support to small business owners and their employees, across multiple locations, for help with any issue with any device. A study from Deloitte found that “85% of small business owners reported that the use
   Get or give unlimited tech support for just $85 - CNET  2019/12/19 18:14:00 CNET
This one-year subscription to Support.com includes live, human help for all your connected devices. Plus: An Xbox One for $150 and the ultimate holiday-party game for just $5.
   Remote companies value the skills veterans offer — and are seeking candidates right now  2019/11/11 15:00:24 CNBC
Remote work offers opportunities to veterans having a tough time reintegrating into civilian life, whether due to injury, disability or simply adjusting to corporate culture. Companies like Upwork, FlexJobs and Support.com have introduced programs to recruit veterans and military spouses for work-at-home positions and are hiring right now.
   Office Depot, Support.com pay $35 million to settle FTC allegations  2019/03/27 21:04:10 Reuters
Retailer Office Depot Inc and software firm Support.com Inc have agreed to pay $35 million to settle U.S. Federal Trade Commission allegations the companies tricked consumers into buying computer repair services, the agency said on Wednesday.
   Support.com Announces New Tech Support Offering for Small Businesses  2020/02/18 13:45:00 Business Wire
SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Support.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPRT), the full-spectrum leader in technical support solutions for businesses and consumers, announces today the launch of its new tech support service, TechSolutions Small Business. The new offering provides on-demand, 24/7 tech support to small business owners and their employees, across multiple locations, for help with any issue with any device. A study from Deloitte found that “85% of small business owners reported that the use
   Get or give unlimited tech support for just $85 - CNET  2019/12/19 18:14:00 CNET
This one-year subscription to Support.com includes live, human help for all your connected devices. Plus: An Xbox One for $150 and the ultimate holiday-party game for just $5.
   Remote companies value the skills veterans offer — and are seeking candidates right now  2019/11/11 15:00:24 CNBC
Remote work offers opportunities to veterans having a tough time reintegrating into civilian life, whether due to injury, disability or simply adjusting to corporate culture. Companies like Upwork, FlexJobs and Support.com have introduced programs to recruit veterans and military spouses for work-at-home positions and are hiring right now.
   Office Depot, Support.com pay $35 million to settle FTC allegations  2019/03/27 21:04:10 Reuters
Retailer Office Depot Inc and software firm Support.com Inc have agreed to pay $35 million to settle U.S. Federal Trade Commission allegations the companies tricked consumers into buying computer repair services, the agency said on Wednesday.
   Office Depot, Support.com pay $35 mln to settle FTC allegations  2019/03/27 21:01:00 Reuters
Retailer Office Depot Inc and software firm Support.com Inc have agreed to pay $35 million to settle U.S. Federal Trade Commission allegations the companies tricked consumers into buying computer repair services, the agency said on Wednesday.
   Support.com Announces New Tech Support Offering for Small Businesses  2020/02/18 13:45:00 Business Wire
SUNNYVALE, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Support.com, Inc. (NASDAQ: SPRT), the full-spectrum leader in technical support solutions for businesses and consumers, announces today the launch of its new tech support service, TechSolutions Small Business. The new offering provides on-demand, 24/7 tech support to small business owners and their employees, across multiple locations, for help with any issue with any device. A study from Deloitte found that “85% of small business owners reported that the use
   Get or give unlimited tech support for just $85 - CNET  2019/12/19 18:14:00 CNET
This one-year subscription to Support.com includes live, human help for all your connected devices. Plus: An Xbox One for $150 and the ultimate holiday-party game for just $5.
   Remote companies value the skills veterans offer — and are seeking candidates right now  2019/11/11 15:00:24 CNBC
Remote work offers opportunities to veterans having a tough time reintegrating into civilian life, whether due to injury, disability or simply adjusting to corporate culture. Companies like Upwork, FlexJobs and Support.com have introduced programs to recruit veterans and military spouses for work-at-home positions and are hiring right now.
   Office Depot, Support.com pay $35 million to settle FTC allegations  2019/03/27 21:04:10 Reuters
Retailer Office Depot Inc and software firm Support.com Inc have agreed to pay $35 million to settle U.S. Federal Trade Commission allegations the companies tricked consumers into buying computer repair services, the agency said on Wednesday.
   Office Depot, Support.com pay $35 mln to settle FTC allegations  2019/03/27 21:01:00 Reuters
Retailer Office Depot Inc and software firm Support.com Inc have agreed to pay $35 million to settle U.S. Federal Trade Commission allegations the companies tricked consumers into buying computer repair services, the agency said on Wednesday.

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