PRLog - Dec. 6, 2010 - FOUNTAIN VALLEY, Calif. -- People frequently ask about the difference between the average high school “geek” that most computer consulting companies use and the professional IT person that Masley And Associates Computer Repair Orange County (http://masleyassociates.com)
While it is true there are some very basic PC issues which both types of IT people can easily fix, there is a vast difference when it comes to advanced network support and more complex issues.
Masley And Associates Computer Repair Orange County uses only the top Network Engineers and Network Administrators and are able to offer them for the same low cost as a company employing less qualified personnel. Masley and Associates know how to find and retain the top IT personnel because they are highly qualified themselves.
Most other computer consulting companies are owned and run by non-technical people with sales, marketing or business backgrounds while Masley And Associates Computer Repair Orange County(http://masleyassociates.com) is owned by a network engineer and administrator with multiple certifications and sixteen years hands-on experience in the field.
Masley And Associates has sixteen years of experience in IT, Management and multiple Certifications in networking including Microsoft, Cisco and Novell – CNE, CNA, MCSE, CCIE. They have accredited, professional, certified computer technicians on staff ready to serve Orange County. Attached is what a qualified IT Manager, Network Engineer, Network Administrator resume looks like. There are certifications, real world experience and wide exposure to many different technologies.
What this means to a Masley and Associates client is greater efficiency. While it would be no problem to use a high school “geek” to add memory to a home computer, most businesses would not want a high school “geek” working on their business network. Unfortunately, sometimes that is exactly what happens.
So how does an unknowing business find true IT professionals who are competent and capable of working on their systems and network?
1. Ask exactly which ceritifications they have and make sure they are certified in the “Top Three” – Microsoft, Novell and Cisco(they take years of study and practice to obtain) Most computer consulting companies find high school “geeks” willing to work for $20 per hour or less, get them their A+ certification(
2. Ask for references
3. Ask for a guarantee
4. Check BBBcom The Better Business Bureau for the company’s rating
5. Ask how long they have been working in the IT industry and a description of some of the larger, more complex projects they have worked on.
The bottom line is that a business’s network is critical to that business and belongs in the hands of the professionals in order to save time, money and effort. Masley and Associates Computer Repair Orange County (http://masleyassociates.com)
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