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My IT Person Is The Only One That Knows My Systems, Won't It Be Painful To Switch?

It is not as difficult as it might seem.  If your systems are currently working, we can easily back them up, lock down the network, and then document everything about your infrastructure.  If your systems are not currently functioning properly then it is already painful and your business is at risk, the sooner you make the change, the better.   If you are currently having a conflict with your IT vendor, or are not sure that they will be cooperative with the transition, we will work with you to build a plan to minimize the possibility of downtime and interruptions, even without their help.

We often find that even when a new client has told us that things were "ok" with the previous vendor, when they see how much of a difference having professional IT management can make, they are relieved and excited about the change.  I can't tell you how often a new client tells me that they wished they had made the change years ago!

Our systems and process are very transparent, as a client, you have access to our systems, records and all of the documentation about your network.  With White Mountain, you are as involved as you want to be and will never feel that you are being left in the dark.  Don't settle for a vendor who uses knowledge as job security. Let us help you get the situation resolved.

At White Mountain, we make changing IT vendors EASY!

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Onsite Service Coverage Area

Although we provide remote services and support to businesses in over 20 states, onsite services are limited to within reasonable driving distance from our office in NH.  For locations outside of our service area, we will manage a local vendor to provide onsite assistance when needed.

 

Onsite Computer Support Services are available to businesses within 100 miles of Nashua New Hampshire. We have excellent onsite coverage from Concord NH, south through Manchester NH, and then down into Boston. From Northern and Central Mass, we cover from Worcester, east to the North Shore, including the Salem and Portsmouth NH area.

 

White Mountain IT Services
33 Main Street, Suite 302
Nashua, New Hampshire 03064

 

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