A hotel employee who assists guests with computer-related tasks and problems. (Compcierge™ is also a registered trademark of Compcierge USA.)
Example Citation:
"Ritz-Carlton Chicago has a 'compcierge' to help guests with computer-related problems on weekdays from 9 A.M. to 6 P.M, including providing surge protectors, universal power converters, power plugs and outlets, and other devices."
— Jane L. Lever, "United Airlines is installing new passenger-friendly equipment at several domestic airports," The New York Times
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