Do you trust your current computer guy with all of the files, music, emails, photos and other important files you can’t replace? And since he only makes money when you have computer problems, do you trust that he’s really fixing your issues and making proactive decisions about the health of your technology?
We’ve heard the stories about computer repair shops intentionally causing problems to make a profit off of your frustrations with technology. Because the computer industry isn’t regulated, any guy on the street who can turn on a computer can advertise himself as a computer technician. And even if your computer guy is honest and hard working, his inexperience could cost you more than just money.
How do you choose the right IT support provider?
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Our experience in working with numerous SMBs in the Washington DC area has shown us that 6 out of 10 businesses like yours will have a major IT or network disaster that can cost anywhere from $9,000 to $60,000 to remedy. That loss doesn’t even include the cost of downtime, loss of productivity, missed sales opportunities and damage to your company’s reputation. Any way you look at it, computer problems are detrimental to your business and your bottom line.
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