In the good ol’ days, keeping track of your small business was simple. Piles of paper scattered about the office, a couple of typewriters for document making, some pencils and ledgers to keep the books tidy, and a row of file cabinets along the south wall to keep it all safe and sound behind a door locked every night.
Now all that mess is crammed into the office computer. In fact, most small business have multiple computers, many times each with their own user.
Not to mention that the bookkeeper is terrible at updating her computer, and the sales guy has an internet browser history that dates back to the previous decade, making both these computers a huge security risk and potential liability to your business.
Sometimes it can be a bit tempting to put a computer geek on the payroll to keep a watchful eye on your office computers.
As tempting as it may be, it still seems a little silly for a smaller business to hire its very own full-time IT guy to sit around the office to monitor and maintain just a few computers.
But, let’s face it, you can’t be expected to monitor your employee’s computer usage every minute of every day yourself.
Fortunately there is another, more cost-effective solution.
A Computer Maintenance Plan keeps this high-tech headache taken care of for you: Software stays up-to-date, antivirus protecting and periodically scanning for trouble, hardware monitored for potential issues before they become a problem. Your computers will always have top notch protection that your employees can not “accidentally” delete or otherwise bypass. A Maintenance Plan doesn’t break the budget, saves you time, and keeps your business running smoothly.