This year’s Computer Troubleshooters regional meeting coincided with the ‘Big Bury Expo’. Our North Manchester franchisee “CT Business Solutions (N Mcr)” where exhibiting so we couldn’t resist paying a visit and seeing how it all went.
The Expo had around 50 local businesses exhibiting and over 300 visitors. It was busy and it was clear to see that the local businesses held a great camaraderie and where keen to show what they and Bury has to offer. From Charities to virtual admin to accountants to IT support & services, the Expo was widely covered.
Congratulations to Eric, Gill, Darren and Peter of Computer Troubleshooters North Manchester.
They received the ‘Highly Commended in the Computer and IT category in the UK’ in the National ‘The Best of’ awards 2015.
They set a shining example to all of our Computer Troubleshooters.
CTS Manchester’s Highly Commended award
Gill said ‘they were highly delighted to receive the award’
Computer Troubleshooters held their annual UK conference at Yarnfield Park conference centre on the weekend of 1st-2nd November 2014. The event was well attended by franchisees from all corners of the UK and colleagues also travelled from Ireland to join us. Kim Weinberger, Director of Operations at Computer Troubleshooters Global office travelled from Wisconsin to provide updates on what was happening in the global office and what new initiatives are planned for the coming year.
Your computer provides you with a lot of assistance in planning holidays and other trips throughout the year. Remember the hours you spent on various websites looking for the perfect holiday destination? How about all of the online comparison shopping you did to find the ideal Hawaiian resort? Remember that awesome discount deal you scored on those air tickets? How could you have planned your summer trip without your computer?
It is 2014, and we all know that every business should have a backup (and a recovery plan) for their most critical data. The reality is that over 40% of Small and Medium Sized Business do not back up their data at all, and that 60% of backups fail when tested!
Do you think a data backup solution is simply too expensive for your business?
That viewpoint is similar to thinking that insurance for your home is too expensive. Insurance might have seemed expensive until your home is wiped out in a fire and you have lost everything. After the fire is snuffed out, how do you plan to recover? Some things can probably be replaced, but regardless of the expense, certain things are simply irreplaceable. It’s similar to protecting another key asset – your business data. Even in business, certain data, documents, photographs, accounting files and client information might be nearly impossible to replace. When it comes to business data, are you safeguarding your most important company asset with a reliable backup solution?