Q. Describe the most common types of jobs you do for your clients.
A. Diagnosing slow systems and implementing a reinforced solutions to prevent system errors. Complete restorations of the operating system with specified files requested by clients. Repair faulty network connections and secure all types of network activity. In home Microsoft application tutorials. The list goes on, I let you know everything about your system. Ins and outs, good and bad.
Q. Describe three recent jobs you've completed.
A. 1. New operating system installation with driver updates and latest virus removal software.
2. Hardware installation of WiFi. Enabling a secure connection to any connecting devices. Testing and checking of latency and security of the WiFi network.
3. System build: ASUS mother board, 4-GB of PC2 6400 memory, AMD 64-bit duel core 2.8 GHZ, 640GB Western Digital hard drive, HP lightscribe DVD burner, the graphix card was 2GB AGP ATIRadeon, operating system was windows 7 pro. The power supply was 640 watts with IDE and SATA power connectors.
Q. What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A. Technology advances every day, I keep up with the newest and most cutting edge technology. I am currently looking to deploy some beneficial business ideas that would be positive for not only my clients, but for those who encounter my clients.
Q. If you were a customer, what do you wish you knew about your trade? Any inside secrets to share?
A. Honesty is always number one with my clients. If there is a technical issue, and, I am unsure of how to address it, I will let my client know that I have to do further investigation of the issue.
Q. What questions should a consumer ask to hire the right service professional?
A. Any question that pertains to computer information systems is suitable for the services provided by my company. Anything from applications to zapping a virus out of a computer system. Basically anything from A to Z.
Q. Why does your work stand out from others who do what you do?
A. I do my best to build a healthy customer relationship and instead of dealing with subsidiary employees of the company, your dealing with the CEO.
Q. What do you like most about your job?
A. I meet new clients and get do deliver my diversified skills.
Q. What questions do customers most commonly ask you? What's your answer?
A. Is my computer worth fixing or should I just buy a new one.
Q. What do you wish customers knew about you or your profession?
A. I excel to gain new clients and keep them happy with the services provided.
Q. How did you decide to get in your line of work?
A. Computers just drew interest to me at a young age.
Q. Tell us about a recent job you did that you are particularly proud of.
Q. Do you do any sort of continuing education to stay up on the latest developments in your field?
A. Yes, I do. The internet has a large database. I use well known and reputable sources for gathering information. Here are some examples: CNN, TechJunkie, Pulse, Toms Hardware, PC Magazine, Wired... to list a few off hand.
Q. What are the latest developments in your field? Are there any exciting things coming in the next few years or decade that will change your line of business?
A. Yes, I will be making more tutorials on android devices. Along with a new algorithm for encryption.
Q. If you have a complicated pricing system for your service, please give all the details here.
A. For the most part, the services that will be provided are negotiated along with a fee.
Q. If you were advising someone who wanted to get into your profession, what would you suggest?
A. The IT field is so large, it depends on what your primary interest is. There is graphics design, program design for user interface, program design for code. The list goes on, so anybody wanting to get into this field... would want to do some research on what field to get into.