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.
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!
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!
Come to The Raven Cafe (Port Huron, Michigan), have lunch on us, and learn about the latest technology solutions to help your business be more productive and profitable in 2013! “Cyber Security” The biggest threat to small businesses today!!! What cyber criminals want, why they want it and how they will get it. EVERY business …
Our Southern Alberta Nerds have been working on a project with Alberta SouthWest. We are now in the process of adding 16 more Meraki radios for new area deployments in South West Alberta.
Bell will hold it\’s Let\’s Talk campaign tomorrow (February 12th), donating 5c from EVERY text message sent, and every long distance call on it\’s network, as well as every tweet posted that includes the hashtag #BellLetsTalk, and for every share of it\’s Let\’s Talk image on Facebook.
The 57th annual March of Dimes \’Jail & Bail\’ in Port Huron, Michigan was a success! Like previous years, the Port Huron team arranged for Nerds On Site to take care of the LIVE web-streaming of the event at marchofdimesph.com.(which is also broadcast live on TV), which meant people could watch online via their computer, smartphone, or tablet.
The Canadian Anti-Spam Act was passed in December of 2010, and is expected to come into force some time in 2013. If you think it won’t affect you because you don’t send mass emails trying to sell random products, or don’t infest other people’s computers with spyware, you would be wrong. It creates tools to …
For the third year in a row, the Leduc Firefighters are camping out on the roof of the Protective Services building, and holding a fundraiser for Muscular Dystrophy.