We serve people who run a business or a business unit, are age 40-70 and are frustrated. They say, "I'm running a business here. Let someone show me how to make more money and spend less by using computers more wisely." Is this you?
Is your business successful? Message from the President
I have successful clients and I have clients whose businesses are barely in business.
Successful businesses embrace technology. They view it as a tool to help them make more money and spend less money. They embrace the Cloud. They buy new technologies before the old ones fail. They follow advice from their computer network consultant. These are not the reasons they are successful. These are merely traits I see at successful businesses.
Companies barely in business have different practices. They think technology is a cost center. They try to minimize spending as drastically (recklessly) as possible. They buy new computers only when they fail and cause harm to the business. They have cheap and low-quality Internet access. Therefore, they have a minimal embrace of the Cloud. They are not loyal to one computer network consultant. They will take advice from anyone with a homemade business card.
We're not living in 2005 anymore. You have to be good at what you do. Your embrace of technology has to be great. I've been doing this since 1992. The same patterns repeat over and over. Call (530) 677-8864 today.
Mark Anthony Germanos, CCNA, DCSP, WCSP-F, CompTIA Security+, WCSP-F