Clients of Tech Guru know that service from the Minneapolis tech support provider always returns to the “Three Uniques” of the Tech Guru philosophy. Technology should be simple, responsive, and invisible – all with the greater goal of furthering your organization’s vision. In this article, CEO and founder Dan Moshe explains how Technology Should be Invisible.
It Should Allow You to Do Your Job
“IT doesn’t slow you down!” argues Dan, eager to refute thhose who view technology as burdensome. “It gives you the information you need as a manager to make smart decisions.” What do you do with smooth behind-the-scenes tech operations? The answer can range from “business as usual” to “business, better than ever.” Productivity can reign without the headaches of tech hiccups.
It Should Be Self-Healing
“Technology should be automated,” says Dan, “and it should notify the right people so it’s fixed before there’s any downtime.” Is it hard to imagine a work environment that’s all uptime, no downtime? Not for Tech Guru. IT should be convenient, giving you easy access to the things you need, when you need them.
It Should Just Work
“Clients say it all the time,” Dan explains. “Technology should just work. We get it, and we agree.” Invisibility means that if you notice your technology, there’s probably something wrong. Tech Guru believes you should just go and do your thing – technology is there to support you.
So is Tech Guru. Need some more invisible support for your company or nonprofit? Let’s talk.
Dan Moshe helps business owners in the Minneapolis area with all things tech, and is the CEO of the Caring IT company Tech Guru. He cares about your business as much as you do!