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5 Hidden Costs of Not Having the Right IT Support

When you don’t have the right IT support, it can cost you — and not just in dollars.

A lack of planning on your IT services company’s part could mean you end up footing big, unexpected bills for issues that should have been dealt with before they ever became major problems.

Hackers are getting smarter every day, and if your business IT services company isn’t keeping up, it leaves you vulnerable to data breaches, data loss, and ransomware, which could cost you much of your money, and even your reputation.

Not having the right support could mean you constantly face issues throughout the day, like slowness, app crashes, and the need to regularly reboot computers, which is a major drag on productivity.

An IT provider who is not planning ahead could leave you holding the bag, spending nights and weekends dealing with problems on your own as business time cuts into personal time.

Ultimately, your technology should help your business grow, and without a team to align your technology with your business goals, you could be missing out on huge growth opportunities.

The IT services company you choose to work with your business is a defining factor in whether your business succeeds or fails. Don’t risk choosing a business IT services company that will set you up for a loss. At TruTechnology, we’re here for you 24/7/365 — and we’ll ensure your business’s success on a daily basis.

TruTechnology is proud of our 99.97% customer satisfaction rating

“Our trouble tickets have significantly decreased compared to the previous IT company we had for years. But the thing I’ve noticed that really separates TruTech [apart from the rest] is that they really care, plain and simple.”
— Gregg Cohen, CEO, JWB Real Estate Capita

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Tony Haskew

Project Engineer

Tony Haskew has 15+ years of experience in the IT field. He started working as a web developer in the 90’s and over the years migrated into the administration of systems and infrastructures of companies. 

Tony enjoys working on new technology and finding new ways to address old issues in the management of IT systems.

Outside of work, Tony is a 3D printing enthusiast, commission painter, and enjoys spending time with his family.