Let’s face it, when it comes to fast, cheap and good, you can only pick two.
Nothing in life is free, not even those free assessments, vCIO and QBR services you’re offered.
Because the foot got in the door and you were sold an incomplete experience.
What does free mean to you?
- Is free, nothing?
- Is free, zero?
- Is free, no value?
If it’s any of the preceding I promise you, nothing we offer is ever free, not even the coffee cup we gave you during setup.
We’ve been doing the I.T. thing for a long time and have always been more expensive than most, yes I just said we’re more expensive and it’s OK. That is because we understand there is a cost to expend resources on innovation and having a future forward outlook. How else can we be the tip of the spear for our clients.
It takes resources to keep the lights on, continue research and testing on products in our quiver or those we’re considering to add, have our people working in the background for you and also answering your calls when you need us the most. Profitability is what allows us to continue investing in our resources and our service delivered to you with the most secure tools available. We want clients who understand success and what it takes to not only get there but keep pushing past convention.
After all, anyone can reboot a computer, but can they do it with minimal interruption to your business operations?
The perfect example of why we all need to keep innovating and adapting is seen by how many billions, yes BILLIONS of dollars were spent last year by companies on ransomware remediation. And why is that, I can almost guarantee that there was someone in each and everyone of those company’s that did a cost benefit analysis and went with the cheaper option because;
They were too cheap. Too cheap to do I.T. right the first time. Too cheap to hire the right expertise. Too cheap to purchase the right protection.
Did the chosen solution provider explain the inherent risks appropriately. Did the chosen provider even understand the risks themselves, or were they looking to get a foot in the door with a “well priced” solution?
Did this provider refuse to be upfront with their pricing, did they refuse to send you a quote before meeting? What has that sub par solution cost you in terms of efficiency, productivity, security, performance and most importantly, profitability?
When ransomware hits, it’s never cheaper.
Your company’s data is of the utmost importance, isn’t it time you had some peace of mind.