Trick or Treat for Your IT System

Fall is in full swing here in the Midwest. The cool nights and changing colors of the trees let us know that Trick or Treat time is right around the corner. So here’s a little teaser to get you in the mood:

Q: How many programmers does it take to change a lightbulb?

Whether trick or treating is on your schedule or not, no one likes unexpected tricks involving the company’s IT systems. Utilizing PC Tech’s expertise is a great way to avoid nasty tricks and maybe even discover some ways you can benefit from a few treats by improving your system’s functionality.

As October races towards December, now is the time to consider ending 2014 with your IT systems in the best possible condition to launch into 2015. Do you have budgeted monies left to spend in 2014? Now is the time to contact PC Tech. Together we can come up with actionable plans to address IT issues or maintenance concerns before year-end, using your remaining budgeted monies wisely and even giving you input on 2015 budgeting needs.

As your company formulates a 2015 budget, consider making proactive monitoring of your IT system a regular line item. PC Tech’s proactive monitoring provides regular, detailed assessment of your current hardware and software. By regularly reviewing potential issues with clients, PC Tech helps companies avoid security gaps in hardware and software, identify overloaded PC’s, and develop strategies to deal with aging systems, obsolete equipment or expiring warranties on hardware.

In addition, proactive monitoring helps your company stay up-to-date on current software and operating systems. Because PC Tech understands the IT industry trends and upcoming changes, we are able to help you evaluate new systems and software, anticipate upgrades and prepare for transitions.

Proactive monitoring by PC Tech can save your company money, man-hours and costly computer downtime. In partnership, we work with you to maintain the critical infrastructure of your IT systems as if they were our own. Any consultant can tell you what you “should” do, but as a trusted advisor PC Tech is in the trenches with you – planning for your IT needs and creating workable pathways for updates, upgrades and transitions in ways that meet your company’s goals and objectives.

Contact us today to avoid tricks and find out about any treats that may be coming your way. So…

Q: How many programmers does it take to change a lightbulb?

A: None, that’s a hardware issue.

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