When you need an IT Guy

Toggen provides Quality IT for Small and Medium Businesses


As a trusted adviser to your business our goal is to give you better support and systems that lead to greater efficiency. 


With 20+ years experience across a range of different businesses. We can improve your computing environment as your business undergoes change.


Having achieved Microsoft, Cisco, Citrix and Amazon Web Services Certifications we have the knowledge to help.

What we Do

We Provide IT Services to Small and Medium Businesses

Websites & Hosting

Simple websites. Hosting on the Amazon Cloud. We can look after your current sites

Office 365 Support

We can look after your Microsoft environment. Install, upgrades, support

Cloud Moves and Transfers

If you need to bundle up your data and move it to the cloud. Implement off site cloud backup or transfer on-premise services to the cloud Toggen can assist

Get Started

Fix the niggling issues with the your computing environment

When you start out in business perhaps you only had a couple of computers and printers. Perhaps you are wondering “why can’t we”. Toggen can give you the advice you need to right size your environment.


About Us

At Toggen, No Client is Too Small

Whether you just need someone for a few hours, or to regularly monitor and inspect your environment. We provide services to fit your need.

Contact Us

Get in touch today


+61 428 964 633

2/38 Eastfield Rd, Ringwood East, VIC 3135

M-F: 9am-5pm, S-S: Closed

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Our Clients

We cater for a number of different industries servicing Food Manufacturing, Interior Design & Accountancy clients to name a few

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