It’s time to usher in another new year, and to look back on 2016 and assess the pluses and minuses. At Aptica, we evaluate our service to our clients based on how well we were able to prepare and prevent. Our preparation starts with our on-boarding process when a new client signs up for managed IT services. We repair and replace as we learn what your current business network is and we configure it to our “Aptica Way.” Simultaneously we learn where you want to be in your growth and development in the near future.
Not to be a buzz kill, but it’s our job to prevent IT surprises. Perhaps there is no such thing as a “good” IT surprise? We want to prevent things like your hardware dying and causing a break in productivity. We want to prevent malicious invasions that either destroy your data, steal it, or take it hostage. We want to enable your employees to work from their mobile devices but prevent them from opening any doors for outsiders. We want to prevent our clients from overspending on hardware or software upgrades. We want to prevent questionable decisions about partnering with vendors and we want to prevent business owners from spending any money that will not directly benefit their bottom line. There can be no commerce without effective technology in today’s global markets but the changes in technology come fast and furious every week it seems. These trends have created the need for a Chief Information Officer in management, and it’s possible to have this expertise on hand with a Virtual CIO from your managed IT services team.
Happy New Year from Aptica, and we wish you a year of productivity, growth and prosperity. We wish you a year of seamless work flow. We wish you a year of no frightening ransomware or puzzling data gaps. We can’t promise you happiness this year, but we can offer you some peace of mind when it comes to your technology. Be confident about your security going into 2017. Call me, Jason Newburg, owner at Aptica, 260.243.5100, ext. 2001.