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Computer Expert Pens New Book For Business Owners With IT Problems
The I.T. Survival Guide for Business Owners, provides a basic, non-techie education on how to avoid overpaying for IT services, what questions to ask your IT consultant before signing a contract and how to spot an incompetent or dishonest IT person.
By: CTTS, Inc.
"With companies relying heavily on email and technology, it's more important than ever to make sure the company you outsource your computer support to is competent in guiding your decisions," said Josh Wilmoth, CEO for CTTS, Inc. "Hiring the wrong person or company can be expensive in many ways, and companies need to make sure that the person they trust to secure their data and protect them from hackers is doing all the right things to avoid litigation, data loss or the violation of federal laws around storing and securing sensitive data like medical files, credit cards, social security numbers or other confidential information."
The book also features advice on cloud computing, security, backup and disaster recovery, as well as case studies and cost-saving tips for avoiding expensive and unexpected computer repair bills. For more information about The I.T. Survival Guide for Business Owners or to purchase copies of the book, please visit http://www.cttsonline.com/
About the Author
Josh started CTTS, Inc. in 2002 with a passion for helping people and businesses through the use of technology. He has vast experience in the IT industry from the small business to the large corporation prospective. A computer Engineer by school and training, Josh now focuses on working directly with each Client on crafting Information Technology solutions based on their needs. From 2003 - 2006 Josh was Director of Information Technology for Sport Clips, one of the fastest growing franchise concepts in the nation. Every year since 2005 CTTS has been named by the Austin Business Journal to be in the Top 25 of Network Integration Firms in the Central Texas area. Josh is a member of InfraGard, a non-profit organization serving as a public-private partnership between U.S. businesses and the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Homeland Security.