We know, deep down, that your inner geek is what helps you get what you need from your provider and brings more value
to your business. Show your co-workers the type of intrepid geek you really are when you take the Frontier IT-Pro-Inner-Geek
Just between us, do you have a name for your IT station, even if it’s just your laptop? I call mine Doris.
Sounds like you’re really passionate about the work you do.
Maybe you just haven’t gotten around to naming it yet.
Is your station set up with some pretty sweet tech equipment?
How many minions (co-workers) do you have control over at your office?
Admit it, as King Geek, you want domination. Is your kingdom, er, business planning to grow?
Awesome. That means you’re thinking about your business’s future and its network needs.
Maybe you’re not ready to grow just yet, or maybe you can’t grow because your current provider is holding you back.
I can’t even believe I’m going to ask you this, but are you using a bundled service?
That’s okay. It’s a good starting point, but eventually you’ll want a service plan that’s tailored to your specific needs
if they change.
That’s good to hear. To use a well-loved turn of phrase, it’s hard to fit a round peg into a square Ethernet port. Heh
heh! Hopefully, you’re getting the right solution to meet your needs.
Let me guess: everyone at work calls you when they need help. If you need to take that request to your provider, are
you satisfied with their support?
Most excellent. I take it you’ve done your research and work with a provider you can trust.
Figures, right? Why even bother with a provider when it feels like you do everything yourself anyway? Not everyone can
be as on it as you or me.
Stay with me on this: If your business were a galactic vessel and it needed to hit warp speed to evade an asteroid field,
could your provider keep up?
Whew! It looks like your provider is a worthy co-pilot that can stay up to speed with your business.
Well, as long as you can eject before your provider brings the whole guidance system down, you might have a chance to
discover an alien race of network providers on some distant planet.
Be honest, how much time do you spend posting in online forums about plot holes in superhero movies?
Are you paying for so many features you don’t need that it’s put your tech team on a ramen-in-a-cup diet?
That’s a shame. Your provider should only charge you for the features that truly support your business needs. Ramen was
my meal of choice during all-night gaming LAN parties in college.
Sounds like your provider supports your business with the right solutions for your budget. That’s like getting a four-course
meal at ramen prices.
Ever been so busy putting out IT fires you had to say goodbye and cut out while hosting an online quiz? That’s me. Right
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