IT Buyer’s Guide

Looking for Managed IT services? The Business Owners’ Guide to IT Support can help you!

Looking for an IT company can seem like a daunting task. However, this guide will help you navigate the difficult choices in choosing the right IT company for you! There are many factors when deciding what IT services to choose, from the type of support you need to the very important question of “How much will this cost?”. The Inland Empire Business Owners Guide to IT Support Services and Fees can help you navigate these difficult questions. The guide will help you decide what to look for in a managed IT services agreement and why being a “break-fix” client is NOT a cost-effective solution for your business. By downloading this free report, you will have access to research that addresses many of the questions one has when trying to decide on hiring an IT provider.

The fact of the matter is, computer networks absolutely, positively need ongoing maintenance and monitoring to stay secure. The ever-increasing dependency we have on IT systems and the data they hold — not to mention the type of data we’re now saving digitally — has given rise to very smart and sophisticated cyber-crime organizations and who work around the clock to do one thing: compromise your networks for illegal activities. For this reason, choosing the right IT company, is extremely important.

My purpose in providing this information is to help you make an informed decision and avoid getting burned by incompetent or unethical firms luring you in with cheap prices. There is no cost or obligation, and I guarantee you will find this consult to be extremely valuable and eye-opening.

Read This Guide and You’ll Discover:

The 3 most common ways IT services companies charge for their services, and the pros and cons of each approach.

A common billing model that puts ALL THE RISK on you, the customer, when buying IT services; you’ll learn what it is and why you need to avoid agreeing to it.

Exclusions, hidden fees and other “gotcha” clauses IT companies put in their contracts that you DON’T want to agree to.

How to make sure you know exactly what you’re getting to avoid disappointment, frustration and added costs later on that you didn’t anticipate.

21 revealing questions to ask your IT support firm BEFORE giving them access to your computer network, e-mail and data.

The Inland Empire Business Owners’ Guide To IT Support Services And Fees

What You Should Expect To Pay For IT Support For Your Small Business (And How To Get Exactly What You Need Without Unnecessary Extras, Hidden Fees And Bloated Contracts)

Instant Download of the IT Buyers Guide

For more information or to contact Captain IT directly please call (951) 335-4650 to schedule your FREE Consultation.

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7 Most Critical IT Security Protections Every Business Must Have In Place Now To Protect Themselves From Cybercrime, Data Breaches And Hacker Attacks

Our old IT guy had not updated our computers for 2 years and I could never get a hold of him when we needed quick assistance. Captain IT took over and cleaned up our network. Their response times are fantastic. Great computer support service!

Steve O'Neil

Able Restoration

They have been super helpful throughout our whole integration with them. I have asked Jesus a million questions and he’s answered all of them and worked out all the kinks in our system. Highly recommended!!

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Emmons Roof Service

The service was fantastic. We found issues that were able to be resolved quickly. We will be using them for our regular service provider from now on.

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Elks Lodge

Mark and Jesus were both were very professional and courteous. They took time to understand the nature of the problem; explained their services/billings and solved the problem in minutes. I highly recommend using Captain IT. It is nice that they are also local but they can also help remotely. Thank you both.

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