UTC 003 – The Business Technology Checklist – Part 2 – The IT Service Contract

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In this episode of the Up Tech Creek podcast, we are continuing the business technology checklist.

In this show we are going to explore IT service contracts where you are paying for maintenance and support on the software and hardware that you depend on to run your business.

OK – A Guy Can Change His Mind!

I know I said that Ep 3 was going to be about mobile devices, but something came up recently – I got slammed with a crazy expensive service contract renewal from EMC and really wanted to share the details with you!

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The Business Technology Checklist is a work in progress and I am going to make it available to you soon! I am thinking that perhaps I will create an email list of people that are interested and then when I have an updated version, I will just send it to those that have signed up!

Drop me a comment below if you think this might be of interest to you or you can tweet the show at @UpTechCreek

Specifically in this episode you’ll find out about:

  • When you need an IT service contract
  • When you don’t need an IT service contract
  • Warning signs that a service contract might not be a good idea
  • Cost considerations – Guidelines
  • What is offered in service contracts
  • Levels of support – What do you need?
  • And a lot more!

Resources and Links Mentioned in this Session Include:

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Again, thanks for listening and until next time… Happy Trails!

Rick

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