Would You Trust Your Landscaper to Perform Your Electrical Work?

It is pretty much understood that computers have become the lblog-2ifeline of most any organization.  Data entered and collected by computers (and their related networks, accessories and activities) are how most companies provide customer service and keep track of such valuable data as customer activity, invoicing, procurement, inventory, finances and the list goes on and on.  Because of this level of importance, I am continually amazed at how many principals in companies rely on a buddy or cousin who “dabbles in computers” to take care of such an important part of their operation.

As a result of non-professionals taking care of a professional-level activity:  A company’s customer is forced to wait while its staff member waits for a slow computer to finally pull up the information that is needed (thus creating low morale for the employee along with an unsatisfied customer), a company can lose much valuable data if storage devices crash without proper redundant backups rendering the company powerless to operate properly, important customer information and data such as credit card numbers, bank information, etc. can be compromised and stolen due to hackers, or computers infected with malware, spyware or viruses because of a computer network that was not secured properly and, well, you get the idea.

You wouldn’t trust your landscaper to perform your electrical work, would you?  Then why would you trust a non-professional to maintain your company’s computers and network?  Whether your company has 5 employees or more than 100, In Phase has the right partner in which to take care of its needs.  It will allow your company to better focus on what it does best and it will be able to operate much more efficiently, securely and with peace of mind.  Contact us today for your complimentary consultation.  We will do whatever we can to meet your company’s needs while, at the same time, being cognizant of its budgetary concerns.

Oct. 24, 2016