Negotiating the waters of information technology can be tricky
You bought the computer the salesman said would meet your needs, but it’s slowing you down instead of making you
more efficient. You got the high-speed Internet access, but now you have pop-up ads galore and trouble keeping
your employees on task. You’ve just spent two hours on the phone with Dell, but still your computer won’t boot
up and they’re saying they’ll send someone out to fix it next Tuesday between 8 and 12.
If any of these folks sound like you, you're not alone. The IT market is flooded with inexpensive, well-advertised
products, but getting them to do what you need is often difficult and time-consuming. And when something really
goes wrong, you need some help.
Now. This is where we come in.