You've Got a Friend in the IT Business.
If you live in Colorado like I do, you've heard the following phrase, likely ad nauseum "You've got a friend in the diamond business". And, now, I'm going to apologize for putting the voice of Shane Co. right into your head. If you haven't heard it; listen to Tom Shane himself right here.
Now that that's out of the way, start thinking about your friends in other businesses. Do you have a friend in the roofing business? the siding business? the plumbing business? Maybe a friend in the car business? If you're a business owner, I'm sure you've got friends everywhere in all sorts of different businesses.
So then, why settle for just a company controlling your most sensitive info and not a friend. The reason we hire our friends and why Shane's commercial works so well, is that we trust our friends. We know (for the most part) they're not going to work us over and make us pay more than what we need. If anything, we expect the best service for a reasonable price from a friend.
Think about your IT guy for a minute. Have you been getting the best possible service at the most reasonable price? Are you spending thousands a month and aren't 100% sure what you're getting? Have you been informed about your backups and your data security? What about all the breaches out there, are you confident they have been taken care of?
Issues with small businesses today are vast, from supply chain to inflation, everyone is feeling the squeeze. The next biggest threat is right around the corner, and it relates to your IT Security. Ransomware, phishing attacks, brute force, and just plain human error. If you'd like to take care of all of these things, contact your friend in the IT business, QeH2.
Now you've got a friend in the IT business.