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The Good Computer Guy™ Managed Services network support program is designed to dramatically reduce or eliminate computer problems in your business while maximizing your network’s speed, performance, and stability, all without the expense of full-time IT staff.

Unlike the previous way of doing business, usually known as break/fix, and other computer consultants who profit from failures in your IT environment, this support program’s purpose is to PREVENT computer problems from escalating into unexpected downtime, data loss, interruptions in business, and financial loss.

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Home Computers

Home computers, both family and home-based offices, need attention as well. The Good Service Plan™ is a great way to ensure your computer runs securely and at peak performance all the time. With the Plan, you can stop most viruses before they infect your PC, make popup ads disappear before they even appear, and ensure your protection and software never become out of date.

Too often, people don't start thinking about computer maintenance until something goes wrong. As a result, what would have been inexpensive and taken only minutes to prevent often turns into an expensive repair and hours and hours of downtime.

Be proactive. Think about maintenance and security now. Invest in the Good Service Plan and keep your computer running at peak performance. Contact Good Computer Guy today!

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IBM Notes/Domino Development

IBM Notes/Domino (formerly Lotus Notes) software helps your organization access information more easily, work more productively, and collaborate more effectively than ever before. Originally created by Lotus Development Corporation in 1989, it was acquired by IBM in 1995. IBM describes the software as an "integrated desktop client option for accessing business email, calendars and applications on an IBM Domino server."

Experience with Notes goes back to before even IBM bought Lotus.  Today, IBM Notes still runs many aspects of the business. Many of Good Computer Guy's clients utilize Notes/Domino for email and mission-critical custom applications.

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