“Share the Love”— With Your IT Staff
Your IT department is crucial part of your business, but, sometimes tech experts don’t get the appreciation they deserve. How would your business survive if your technology suddenly stopped working? If this doesn’t concern you it should.
It takes a lot of skill and dedication to keep your servers, networks, and other technology working as it should. IT workers are the backbone of today’s business, and they should be recognized for providing other departments the tools they need.
You know you’re going to have technology problems at some point. It’s time to own this, and the fact that your high-tech repair skills are limited. You turn off your computer, wait 30 seconds, turn it back on, and make sure all the cords are plugged in. That’s all you can probably do.
These are the facts: Computers will break, technology will fail, and you won’t have a clue what to do. Calling your IT expert is the only option. Whether you need help to find lost files, or figure out how to connect your printer wirelessly, your IT person will be there to help.
Celebrate National IT Professionals Day on September 19th.
Did you know that the third Tuesday of September is National IT Professionals Day? Why not take some time to show your IT staff how important they are to the continuing success of your business?
When was the last time you did this? Has it been a while? You’re not alone. Today’s IT professionals are often under appreciated by their coworkers and business owners. This continues to be so, even as their roles expand and the complexity of their responsibilities increase.
Four Reasons to Love Your IT Department
After thinking about everything your IT department does for you, don’t you think you should show them a little love? September 19 will be here soon— It’s the perfect time to acknowledge their importance. Take them out for lunch, bake them a cake, or. at the very least, say “thank you.” You know they deserve it.
If your IT staff needs help at any time, contact Centerpoint IT in Atlanta and Metro Georgia at (404) 781- or email@example.com. We can fill in as needed, or be your complete outsourced IT Department.
Category: Atlanta IT Service Articles, Date: 19th September 2017, Author: Chris Chao