The short answer: you have better, more important things to do with your time than managing technology.  It’s what we do every day, we love doing it, and we have the skill and experience to do it very, very well.

The long answer: Our clients engage us to perform a variety of services.  If you're reading this it may just be that you need help with some aspect of information technology - computers, software, networks, cloud computing, mobile devices. Something. Most Interconnected Technologies clients come to us because something is broken. All of our clients stay with us because the end result of working with us is a smoothly-functioning I/T infrastructure that fades into the background, allowing people to be more productive in getting their work done, rather than constanting battling the technology.

The longer answer: The promise of increased productivity and capability: do more, better, faster. Keep track of things; run your business better; keep in touch with the world; with friends, family, clients, future clients. Get connected to the internet; get and share information needed to make better decisions. We all see it every day online, hear it every day on television, and read it in magazines and business journals: the promises of what computer hardware, software and networking can deliver; how they can make our lives and our businesses better. They can, but there’s a catch.

Today, computers cost a small fraction of what they did just 10 years ago, and they are hundreds of times more powerful. Digital cameras (usually the one in your pocket: your phone!) and digital music have taken over completely, paperless filing and electronic delivery of customer information have become not only the norm, but a requirement for all small and home-based businesses, computer storage technology has increased in size a thousand fold to hold these new types of information, and "the cloud" is taking over that storage role more and more. In just the last 5 years, networking equipment has dropped 90% in cost and can now deliver to homes, home offices and small businesses capabilities that were only available to large businesses just a few short years ago. High speed internet connections enable businesses and people to maintain a constant connection to the world of information, and to each other.  Smartphones, tablets and laptops make it easy for people to take information with them wherever they go.

Because of this, "computers" (desktops, laptops, tablets, smartphones - all are computers!) are everywhere, and are involved in all areas of our business and personal lives.

But there’s something missing. What, exactly, do you need? How do you actually make all this stuff work together? With so much more information, and so many more types of information, where do you put it; how do you keep it safe; what happens if something goes wrong? Devices that hold our information and allow us to connect to the world can break; get lost; get stolen. How do you protect against that, and deal with it if it happens? How do you set all this up in the first place? The individual devices themselves have become simpler to use as they’ve become more powerful, but they are still not simple to use together. Each one has its own unique quirks. With so many more of them, the complexity of using them all together has increased. How do you manage that complexity? If you don’t know the answer to these questions, then using all this powerful technology, which is so inexpensive and easy to get, can be a frustrating, unproductive experience – wasting your time (and money) rather than saving you time (and money).

That’s where Interconnected Technologies comes in. We can help you make sense of all this technology. We can help you decide what you need, help you get it and make it work, and fix the inevitable problems that arise.

The three most important factors when choosing a company to help with your information technology needs are Experience, Skill, and Trust. The entire staff of Interconnected Technologies has developed these over decades of experience in the I/T world. We bring these characteristics, along with a passion for expanding the boundaries of new solutions to old business problems, to every client, every day. You can read about our staff here on our About page.