Don’t Downsize, Rightsize Your IT Team

In the last year, most Seattle businesses found themselves needing to pivot their operating strategies. Very few industries have continued to work “business as usual,” and those that survived have had to contend with increased cybersecurity risks and other key network security vulnerabilities due to the transformation of their team and office structure.

Rethinking New Technology Adoption for 2021

We see this all the time. Too often, organizations get caught up in flashy new technologies and don’t realize it’s a bad investment until it’s too late. Most small to medium size businesses do not have the time or expertise to fully integrate, talent need to support it and whether the new technology is going to provide the ROI.

As we flip the calendar on a year that has required more pivoting than ever before, the lure of new technology to “fix” what didn’t go right in 2020 can be very strong.

IT Support Puts Out Fires So You Don’t Have To

Unless you’re an electrician, wiring your own house can have disastrous results. A DIY approach does not provide IT support to your business, nonprofit or organization. It actually causes avoidable ‘fires’ that take you all day to put out.

Net-Tech President Explains Cutting-Edge Cyber Concerns

IS YOUR ORGANIZATION’S CYBERSECURITY UP TO DATE?
October is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month, which means that now is the ideal time for organizations to review their current cybersecurity practices and to set new goals. With the changes 2020 has brought, your goals for 2021 should differ from previous years.

Net-Tech helps isolated seniors stay in touch with family

Living Care Lifestyles residents receive free laptops during the lockdown
SEATTLE – Caring for the community has always been a top priority for Net-Tech, Seattle’s only Professional Technology Organization (PTO). When the pandemic lockdown separated area senior living residents from their loved ones, Net-Tech put their always-present desire to help the community to work.

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.