“Where Can I Find An Honest, Reliable Computer Consultant That Will FINALLY Fix My Computer Network Without Excuses, Bad Service, or Nickel And Diming Me Over Every Single Thing?”
If you’ve ever asked yourself that question, this offer will be the opportunity to find relief.
iTology specializes in helping small to medium business owners eliminate all the hassle, confusion, and unnecessary expenses with their computer and phone systems.
Our core business is all about helping your business navigate the I.T. complexities you encounter and we want an opportunity to work with you to prove our worth.
That’s why we are offering a FREE Network Health Assessment as a risk-free way for you to get to know us and prove we can do a better job than your current I.T. guy.
Why Are We Giving Away Free Support?
Since most people have been burned before with less-than-competent I.T. professionals, we want to take the risk away from working with us.
At no cost or obligation, we will come to your office and…
√ Scan for spyware, viruses, and other security threats lurking in the background that can slow down your network, cause it to crash, and even allow hackers to access your confidential information.
√ Validate your backups are working and check that your current disaster recovery plan would allow you to be back up and running fast in the event of a major network failure or disaster.
√ Check your network’s current security against hacker attacks, theft, worms, viruses, and even employee sabotage.
√ Scan and remove spyware that is secretly stealing your company’s bandwidth, jeopardizing the speed of your computer system, and embezzling confidential information about you, your employees, and your business.
√ Diagnose slow, unstable PCs.
√ Perform a quick network “tune up” to make programs and files load faster.
√ Discuss a project or upgrade you are considering, or give you a second opinion on a quote you received.
Still Wondering If You Should Take Advantage Of This Offer?
Consider How Your Current Computer Guy Stacks Up?
- How can you tell if you are receiving poor or substandard service?
- How do you know if your computer guy is doing everything possible to secure your network from downtime, viruses, data loss, or other frustrating and expensive disasters?
- Could your current technician actually be jeopardizing your network?
Take this quiz to find out!
If your technician does not score a “yes” on every point, you could be paying for substandard support.
√ Do they respond to emergencies in 1 hour or less?
√ Are they easy to reach and responsive when you need them for non-emergencies?
√ Do they offer an on-going maintenance program to keep critical security settings and patches up-to-date?
√ Do they offer a monitoring system to watch over your network 24/7 for developing problems?
√ Do they proactively offer new ways to improve your network’s performance, or do they wait until you have a problem to make recommendations?
√ Do they provide detailed invoices that clearly explain what you are paying for?
√ Do they explain what they are doing and answer your questions in terms that you can understand?
√ Do they complete projects on time?
√ Do they follow up on your requests quickly?
√ Do they offer any guarantees on their services?
√ Do they arrive on time and dress professionally?
√ Do they have other technicians on staff who are familiar with your network in case your regular technician goes on vacation or gets sick?
√ Do you feel as though they are learning on your time?
√ Do they seem constantly rushed?
√ Do they listen to you?
√ Are they adamant about backing up your network and having a disaster recovery plan in place?
√ Do they offer to meet with you regularly to review your business plans, your network status, and their own performance in supporting your company?
√ Do you have to manage their progress on projects, or do they provide frequent updates, status reports, and follow-up calls and e-mails?
√ Do their projects always end up costing more and taking longer than you expected?
√ Do they offer flat-rate or fixed-fee project quotes, or do they give themselves a wide-open playing field with “time and materials”?