Computer Consulting

So, you are looking for general computer consulting for your small business.  Since "computer consulting services" has a broad scope, let's break it down to find out what you need.  If you are looking for business computer consulting, then you'll likely want to engage another business rather than an individual computer consultant.  If you are looking for personal computer assistance and you are a home user, then you'll likely want to try an individual computer tech or a retail store like Fry's or Best Buy.

When looking for computer consulting services for your business, you'll want to be sure that the computer consultants are responsive and reliable.  You can evaluate that by visiting their offices, asking how many employees they have, finding out how long they have been in business, asking for some of their larger client names, and asking for testimonials from some of their clients. 

Also, you'll want to be sure that the prospective firm can provide the computer services you need.  For example, do you need basic computer service or something more complex?  Do you need server support?  What about web sites?  What about email hosting?  What about backups?  Training?  Web applications?  Customer portals?  Desktop support?  Remote support?  If your company needs many of the services, you may want to consider obtaining all technology related services from a single provider.  A technology partner.  Rather than having different people providing different services, which can result in finger pointing etc.

Lastly, be sure that the computer consulting firm has processes in place that ensure that you receive the computer support that you need in a timely manner.

Computer Consulting