Scheduling onsite computer support can make a business owner or IT manager feel vulnerable. After all, you’ll be trusting outsiders with their company’s technology – likely a very important aspect of your business, if not the core of it. Small businesses use computers for everything from accounting to webinars. But according to SMB Group 2014, 27% of small businesses have no IT support.
It’s best not to wait for a nerve-racking emergency that necessitates a search for outside IT support in the midst of downtime that is costing your company money every minute. You can find the right provider now, while things are (relatively) calm. Here are five items to assess when looking for an onsite computer support company: (more…)