We raised 3,732 lbs of food in 3 hours! We had six nerds there showing the power of the team!
A couple of weeks ago, a satirical online publication, The Onion, had their Google Apps and Twitter account hacked. They could have simply acknowledged the attack and insisted measures were being taken to prevent it from happening again, but they took the time to describe exactly HOW they were hacked and how others can prevent it from happening to them.
Although we certainly sell computer and other components to our clients, ideally we encourage clients to have us support their equipment as well, rather than only being called when problems occur, or clients attempt to resolve things themselves and only call us when something frustrates them enough. One of the ways we support our clients is through NerdCare Assurance Plans and our NerdCare Support Team.
We have been asked to come back and participate in the second annual Fill the Beetle to Feed the People event in Barrie. Our local team will work in conjunction with the Best Western Hotel, and the Barrie food bank. Last year we raised 4,000lbs of food in four hours. We’re hoping to beat that record this year!
This year our Calgary Team sponsored and volunteered for the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo from Friday April 26 – Sunday April 28.
We’re providing the WiFi and Windows 8 Dell tablets at the Toronto Jazz Festival this year!
David Everitt recently made an appearance on EBW.TV in Port Huron, Michigan, to discuss The Cloud, and how businesses can use it to their benefit.
We all appreciate a good story, and we like to highlight stories that our Nerds have shared with us about their clients. We make a point to not mention names, as that’s not the point. We hope you will read these stories and relate to them, and hopefully consider Nerds On Site as your IT partner of choice!
These days, we often attend online meetings, whether it be on Skype, Mumble, GoToMeeting, or otherwise. While we enjoy the convenience, we are painfully aware of certain online meeting etiquette that others don’t seem to be aware of, and it affects the quality of the meeting for everyone else.
Recently, The Times Herald did a feature story on David Everitt, a Nerd living and working in Port Huron, Michigan. They discussed Nerds On Site’s commitment to job growth, community, prosperity in St. Clair County, and our belief that businesses can leverage technology.