If You Depend On Your Computer Network To Run Your Business, This Is One Report You DON’T Want To Overlook!
This free report will explain in simple, non-technical terms what you need to look for when outsourcing your IT support, as well as cost-saving strategies, insider tips and 17 revealing questions you MUST ask any computer consultant before giving him access to your computer network. If your current support person/company can’t answer a confident “Yes” to all 17, it might be time to look for someone else.
I’d be willing to wager a bet that your computer network and the critical data it holds, is not nearly as secure as you think it is. How do I know?
Because over and over again I’m absolutely horrified by the incompetence and irresponsibility I discover when I audit most business networks. In nearly all of the computer networks I review, I find faulty or non-existent backups, security loopholes, shoddy reporting, and flawed systems that simply cost more to maintain and don’t align with the operations of the business.
Not a week goes by where we don’t get an urgent call from a business owner with a major technical disaster that could have been prevented by performing the basic tasks. Why do so many businesses pay for substandard computer support? Simply because they don’t know how to truly verify that their network is secure and end up having to take someone at their word.
That’s why I’ve decided to write this report for all the business owners in our area to educate them about what to look for in an IT consultant. Quite honestly, I’m shocked at the oversights and sloppiness of most self-proclaimed “experts” and want to see the standards raised. Below, you’ll find a quick test you can use to determine whether or not your network really is being supported properly.
If your current support person/company does not score a “yes” on every point, you could be paying for substandard support, wide open to a very expensive (and very frustrating) computer disaster or worse yet putting your data as well as your client’s data at risk:
If your current IT support person/company didn’t answer “yes” to ALL of the questions, then you need to start looking at another company to help support your IT needs. There are local IT companies that can actually answer yes to all of the questions and provide you with IT support at a fraction of what you are paying today.
How do you go about finding a new IT support company? Start with our FREE Where To Start Technology Solutions assessment. We will complete a 42-point assessment of your current IT investment. We will meet with you and key employees from your company to discuss how to leverage your IT investment in order to increase your profits and reduce your business risks. All of this comes at no cost and/or obligation to purchase anything in the future. All it requires is a little investment of your time.
For more information about our FREE Where To Start IT Assessment or any of our other services, please contact Alan Helbush at (844) RASM 448 or at email@example.com.