Business Computer, Network and Server Repair, Configuration, Design and Support

How do you measure your service technicians skills?

  1. How busy they are?
  2. How many repairs the have?
  3. The Price per hour or project?
  4. How long between repairs does the computer run problem free?

The method I use to rate fellow technicians is (4), "How long is it between repairs on a single system." 

My local service area is for the business community in Baton Rouge, Louisiana and our surrounding areas.

My group will also packup truck and tools for any large scale rollout or expansion projects in the Mid-west to Southeast areas of the US.

From Basic Computer Service and Repair to Wireless Networks and Servers. I have 30+ years working with the Tools and Equipment in the Information Technology industry. I have never given up the Truck and Tool approach because that is the foundation of having a perfect IT Infrastructure. You need your base platform rock solid to have trouble free computer years.

Next Business Day Support:

No Terms, No hidden costs, No waiting for a service quote.

Service: $85.00 flat rate, per issue.

A telephone support reivew will give me a good idea of the time required to complete your repairs.

Call today so I can help you resolve all your computer, server and network issues tomorrow. 

Text or Call (225) 936-5653 Murray W.

service @ 

(XCTech, XtremeComputer.Com) 

 

 

 

What's in the News.

Waiting for Windows 9? Keep waiting if you want to know how IT Pros work the system. 

Let the PC Bundles work out the bugs and buy the software after one year and / or after 1 year and one service pack. 

By the time you're ready for another Windows round you could have Ubuntu up and running and really knowing how to use it. 

It's simple and here's my list: 

  • Windows 3.1 and 3.11 good stuff coming from DOS. 
  • Windows 95 upgrade did the trick to get the GUI.
  • Windows 98 not so much which sparked the Windows 98 SE version.
  • Windows ME or Millennium what a failure that was. 
  • Windows 2000 Pro came from building on top of NT 4.0 called it NT 5.0.
  • Windows XP 
  • Windows Vista (Failed on many levels)
  • Windows Vista merged into a server family that had limits. 
  • Windows 7 all but Pro, Ultimate and Enterprise were junk.
  • Windows 8 should have been called Windows CE2 failed in my book. 
  • Windows 8.1 public cried for a start button, should have mentioned we need a bit more than just a start button.
  • Windows 9?

As you can see it's almost perfect every other release didn't hit home. 

What's in it for XtremeComputer.Com ? Here's the deal, I'm selling this domain with the .Net and .Org. 

Make me an offer I can take to the bank and it's all yours, I'm moving to Open Source and will start publishing my new system builds here and at MySmallCloud.Com. 

 

Let the Good Times Roll!

It's once again time for you to prove you actually know your stuff. 

Sure it's easy to con the interviewer and that manager that couldn't tell the difference between a SSD and a Spindle. 

Need help setting up your IT Challenge?

Send me a note, tell me the equipment model and I'll publish just what to ask if they are really a core user or just a book learner. 

Contact me here.


"If you're going to under pay for IT services then at least allow IT to have a little fun and maybe offer a little respect at the same time."

My Comment: Management is stressed more than ever now with the end of support for XP. Keep calm, email for help and stick to your plans.

Your IT staff will pull you out of a bad migration if it ends that way.

I have one piece of advice for management: Let your IT staff run with the plan, they know what is up and they will ask you for help if needed. When they ask for help listen to them and get them the people they need.

I've been training one person to setup drives for the migration but management has delayed the purchasing of swap drives. ... 

Soon, when it's time they will make conference call after conference call asking why the drives requested have not arrived. 

Time to get management out of IT path that doesn't come from an IT grassroots background and allow IT to develop. 

 


 

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