Receive The First-Class Treatment Your Law Firm Deserves By Discovering The Trade Secrets Revealed In Our New Book: Hassle Free Mac IT Support For Law Firms
Choosing the wrong Apple consultant to support your network can not only be incredibly frustrating and expensive, but could end up costing you in downtime, data loss, and expensive repair bills, not to mention the headaches and frustration!
There are no shortages of horror stories about incompetent computer “gurus” bungling jobs and causing MORE problems as a result of their loose morals or gross incompetence. I’m sure if you talk to your own friends and colleagues you will get an ear-full of the unfortunate experiences they have encountered in this area.
This book will reveal what any partner of a Mac-based law firm must know about finding the right Apple consultant.
- The 5 types of technical support available, and the pros and cons of each.
- 5 critical facts you must know before moving to the cloud.
- How to avoid getting ripped off, disappointed or paying for sub-standard work.
- 12 warning signs that you hired the wrong Apple consultant.
- Viruses, worms, spyware and hackers: What you need to know to protect your company from invasions in an Apple world.
- Insider secrets to contracts, payment schedules and rate negotiations.
- 10 critical characteristics to look for in a competent Apple consultant.
- Why you need to avoid "cheap" or "bargain" Apple consultants.
- How to turn technology into a competitive advantage instead of a drain on your time, money and resources.
- What "managed services" means and why hundreds of Mac-based law firms are now demanding this type of support from their computer consultants.
Even if you aren’t ready to outsource your IT support or make a change from who you are using now, this book will give you the right information and questions to ask when the time comes. And if you have a sneaking suspicion that your current IT person is not delivering the level of service and support you need, it will quickly help you determine if your suspicions are correct – AND what you can do about it.