Stop Trying to Predict the Future: How to Get the IT Hardware You Need

It’s been years since you updated your business’ hardware. Max’s computer is so slow, he can turn it on, go get coffee from the breakroom and return just in time for the log-in screen to appear. The wait is finally over; you have the budget to buy new computers and now you need to answer questions like:

Is it better to purchase outright or lease and make monthly payments?
Should we buy laptops or desktops?
How many do we need?

You’re eager to acquire new equipment but no longer can you afford to think about your current needs in isolation.

Net-Tech Operational Updates

As many of us are feeling the personal and economic effects of measures to slow the spread of COVID-19, we want to continue to provide updates to you about Net-Tech operations and share resources we’re developing to support Washington businesses during this time.

Are You Blocking Opportunities? 5 Questions for IT Decision-Makers

Recently we stepped in to assist a local nonprofit agency with what many would call a “good problem to have.” They were presented with the opportunity to take over another territory which would double their size. At that time, they employed a small internal IT team with some external consultants.

Special holiday delivery: Seattle nonprofits receive upgraded monitors

Net-Tech and Wellspring Family Services coordinate and deliver donations
Net-Tech and Wellspring Family Services have teamed up to add some holiday smiles to deserving nonprofits in the greater Seattle area. The joint project provides area nonprofits with upgraded 24-inch, flat-screen monitors to replace existing older, mismatched monitors on their last leg.

Net-Tech Releases ‘My Best Practice: PTO’

Pioneering IT program available to organizations throughout Seattle
Seattle, WA – Net-Tech, a full-service IT solutions firm headquartered in the Seattle area, announces the release of its storybook My Best Practice: PTO. Set in a zoo, the book is a lighthearted explanation of how organizations benefit from the best practices followed by Professional Technology Organizations (PTO).

The PTO concept was developed over the past nine years and formalized in 2018 by Net-Tech co-founders Matt Bratlien and GL Dart.

How business continuity plans fail

In the event of a disaster, businesses must make sure their servers and data are safe. But simply backing up your data doesn’t guarantee business continuity. Here are the mistakes that companies should avoid when preparing for the worst-case scenario. Mistake #1: Failing to plan for employees Companies that survive unexpected incidents are the ones […]

VoIP tips to get ready for the holidays

As a business owner, you know how important it is to attend to your holiday customers. To ensure customer satisfaction, optimize the use of your VoIP system. Here’s how to do just that. Check your VoIP equipment Sometimes, problems with VoIP don’t have anything to do with your service provider or even the underlying servers […]