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We're looking for a Support Technician

April 27, 2016

Do you want to get involved with a fast paced, growing business where you can learn, make a difference and be rewarded for it?

Proactive and Reactive

October 14, 2015
Within IT industry there are two modes of operating: proactive and reactive.  Because we are proactive, we transition our clients by learning their business. We listen to your business’ priorities and goals and design our service accordingly.

Are We a Fit? (Part Two)

October 07, 2015
Are We a Fit? We want you to enjoy working with us as much as we want to enjoy working with you! We tend to partner with businesses who see the value in IT and in having it managed professionally. We have worked with many different businesses from[...]

Are We a Fit? (Part One)

September 30, 2015
Are We a Fit? We want you to enjoy working with us as much as we want to enjoy working with you! We tend to partner with businesses who see the value in IT and in having it managed professionally. We have worked with many different businesses from[...]

Is Windows 10 worth the upgrade?

September 23, 2015

The short version? Probably.

What is IT Managed Services?

September 18, 2015

IT Managed Services is where an outsourced IT service provider partners with your business to ensure your IT is working for effectively for you and your business. This takes on many forms such as, supporting users when something unexpectedly stops[...]

What are the risks with Break/Fix IT Support?

September 06, 2015

Break and Fix only covers work IT support work requested when someone notices something is not working and asks IT to fix it. In many cases the issue might not even be noticed  until it’s too late.

What is Break/Fix IT Support?

August 31, 2015

Not all IT service providers serving small and medium sized business do things the same way. At the lowest level is the break and fix model. When something breaks the IT support company gets asked to come and fix it.