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Is IT an expense that you'd rather not incur?

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If you run a business or are the person responsible for Information Technology and are constantly looking at ways to cut your IT expense... look no further because we have your solution!

Sell all of your computers and buy one of these:

Rotary Card File for Business Contact Info

And a few of these:

Yellow Legal Pad for Written Notes

You might also check to see if the typewriter under those boxes of last year's invoices still works, just in case you need to send a formal letter or fill out a government form.

Before you judge our perfect solution, take a moment and think about how you view the computers in your office and write down the functions they provide. Now, look at that list and if all of those functions can be accomplished with a Rolodex and a few legal pads, your computers are probably an unnecessary expense. Getting rid of them would certainly eliminate some daily frustrations.

On the other hand if you had just one item on your list of functions that could not be done by these two items, you may want to reconsider how you view IT expenditures. Features such as all of your contacts available to you anytime, anywhere in the world, or being able to instantly find any document your company has ever created.

Computers provide you with a MEASURABLE RETURN ON INVESTMENT. You just need to take a few moments to decide what to measure. Once you do start measuring the return generated from your IT investment, you will also start finding new ways to optimize and improve your results.

Let the Computer experts at Crown Computers San Diego help you increase your bottom line. Contact us today for a demonstration of Microsoft Small Business Server 2008.

 

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