To find your computer name on all ACTS 360 managed systems…

In the bottom right-hand corner of the screen, you will have an icon that looks like a red rectangle overlaid on top of another red rectangle. This icon may be hidden and can be revealed by clicking on the caret symbol (^) in that same section of your screen. Hover your cursor over the icon, and your computer name should appear in a pop-up.

You can also follow the Operating System specific instructions below.

To find your computer name in a Windows 10 system…

  1. Left-click the Start Menu.
  2. Type in "Name" into the search bar.
  3. Click on "View your PC name".
  4. Under the "Device specifications" header, you should see your Device name.

To find your computer name in a Windows 7 system…

  1. Click Start, right-click Computer, and then click Properties.
  2. The computer name appears under Computer name, domain, and workgroup settings.

To find your computer name on a Mac…

  1. Click on the Apple menu > System Preferences > Sharing.
  2. The computer name appears at the top of the window.

Please fill out the User / Device Form found here

Get In Touch

Please use the following contact guidelines for technical support requests only.

For all other inquiries, please use the contact form in the Contact Us page.

E-mail Us

Email the Help Desk at

  • Emails sent to from a company email address will automatically generate a Service Ticket, and you should receive an automated response acknowledging receipt of your email with a unique ticket number. The ticket automatically enters our support queue and will be assigned to the next available technician. It is important that you include the computer name (or Service Tag) and a description of the issue for faster diagnosis.
  • Future notifications and communication from the technical specialist working the ticket will come from with the ticket number in the subject line. Please always respond by clicking “Reply”, and your response will automatically enter the appropriate ticket.
  • Please remember that if you are sending an email to regarding an existing ticket, the subject line must have the ticket number or else it will generate a new ticket, which could slow down the processing of your ticket responses.
  • We recommend never emailing a technician directly as they may be unavailable at the time your email is received. Using helps ensure the earliest available technician will be assigned to help.

Call Us

Call the Help Desk at (813)657-0849

  • During Regular Business Hours (8:00 AM EST – 5:00 PM EST)
    Our Technical Support Team is available during regular business hours. Any calls during this time will enter our technical support queue and will be answered by a dispatcher in the order the call was received. If our dispatcher is on the phone with other partners, you will have the option of remaining in the queue for the next available team member. Because we know your time is valuable, if after a period of time a technical specialist does not pick up, you will have the opportunity to leave a voice mail – please leave a message with your name, company name, phone number, and a description of the issue you are having. A ticket will be created from that message, assigned, and worked as soon as a technical specialist is available.
  • Outside of Regular Business Hours
    • Leave a voicemail in our voice mailbox with your name, company, call back number, and a brief description of the issue to be addressed the following business day. 
    • Connect with a live operator who will bridge you to our On Call Technician. Please be advised that work completed outside of regular business hours may incur a Time & Materials charge if the work requested falls outside the scope of your signed contract. If you have any questions regarding the details of the contract, please reach out to your Sales representative.

Downloadable PDF: How to Get Support

If a technician asked you to initiate a remote support session, click here.