When Technology Goes Bad
When technology goes bad at your office it can be stressful and confusing. Who do you call? How long will it take for them to visit, assess, and fix the problem? Do you have the right people in place to resolve the issue? You hit panic mode. We get it because we calls from people just like you all the time. And we find solutions.
Put the right people in place.
No one wants to be left feeling like their call to a help desk was anything but helpful. That’s what happens all too often and it’s beyond frustrating. Before hitting panic mode, think about who you know and how they might be able to help with a referral to a tech company that actually cares.
HINT: Call Gordian Networks for your IT needs.
When you don’t have the right people in place, it leads to panic, accidents, and disruption. Not only that but it impacts the bottom line. The solution? Ask for help before you’re left without someone driving the tech for your business.
Autonomy isn’t for everyone. Just ask UBER.
The news of the UBER autonomous vehicle hitting and killing a woman in Tempe has gotten the self-driving vehicles banned in Arizona and got us thinking about when technology goes bad for businesses, law firms, and doctors’ offices.
If you’ve got the office manager running IT, they may be able to fix your broken email app but it’s likely they don’t know how to rewire the office for upgraded internet access. When you move offices, they probably don’t know how to network the phones and computers like at the current office.
You might be thinking that you don’t need landlines and server rooms anymore but for some industries, they are required or it simply makes business sense to have them in addition to cell phones and laptops. It’s up to you how you run your practice. We’re here to support you.
Your team doesn’t need to know technology because our team at Gordian Networks is here to be your Chief IT Officer and support you when technology goes bad, needs an upgrade, or requires installation. Call us today to talk about the data and tech needs at your practice.