With Valentine’s Day approaching it’s not just time to think about your romantic relationships, but your business partnerships as well. Is your IT service company showing you the love, or are you feeling more and more like an after-thought? No relationship can survive on a one-way street, and if your IT Company isn’t paying attention to your needs and providing the services you require to succeed, it’s time to move on.
If you don’t know what’s going on with your system and technology, then something is wrong. Your IT Service Company needs to keep you in the loop – without conversation, there’s no relationship. System maintenance and upgrades are important and knowing how your IT team is taking care of you is crucial to working successfully. Regular discussions will also keep your team aware of goals and budgetary concerns.
Your business is totally unique – no two companies are identical, and it’s important that your service company recognizes that. Generic services just won’t cut it. Your support team needs to pay attention to your unique industry needs and be aware of compliance requirements that need to be met. Applications and tools geared towards you will keep your business on top.
Like any good relationship, feeling secure is essential. If you’re getting adequate service but still feel unsure about your systems protection, it’s time to cut your IT Company loose. Using the best firewalls, anti-virus, and anti-spam tools while also monitoring your system and backing up your important data is crucial, and if your company isn’t doing that, they’re not cutting it. Don’t waste time and energy worrying about your security when a great IT team can keep it safe.
If you’re just not feeling the love from your current IT service company, then now is the time to call PC Help Services. We provide the absolute best support possible and give your business the attention it deserves. Contact us at email@example.com or by phone at (317) 585-0500.
Absolutely amazing. Matthew came to the office and worked with the laptop I had tried to fix myself. He listened carefully to what I reported, then worked with it for over an hour. He asked if he could take it back to his office to work with it. I agreed on the basis of a two-hour billable cap. He took it back to his shop, I’m sure spent way more than two hours fixing it, and returned to me a laptop I scarcely recognized–faster, working wireless, updated Cisco VPN software–perfection. In the course of his magic, he was always available to discuss the configuration, asked all the right questions and gave the right answers. He met the deadline I imposed. The service was so impressive that I asked about future availability to deal with a small business network if help was needed. There’s a team of folks ready to help.”