Bay Area Systems (BayAreaSystems.com) offer 2010 Summer IT Computer Support Special

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Bay Area Systems will be launching the latest economy stimulus package: “2010 Summer IT computer support Special”.

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BayArea Systems will be launching the latest economy stimulus package: “2010 Summer IT computer support Special”.

Bay Area Systems (http://www.BayAreaSystems.com), premier Information Technology (IT) consulting provider in San Francisco Bay Area, is on the forefront of providing cost-effective IT outsourcing solutions for small businesses.

Bay Area Systems will be launching the latest economy stimulus package: “2010 Summer IT computer support Special”. Available starting August 1st, 2010, the latest IT services special aim to help San Francisco Bay Area small businesses with professional, and yet affordable business IT solutions. Available to new customers only, the package offers unprecedented discount of service labor fees of just $50 per hour for up to 10 hours of professional IT support services for each new customer. Bay Area Systems strongly believe a strong economy need the support of a healthy network of small businesses, providing innovation, job opportunities, as well as stability for a sustainable economic environment and growth. BayArea Systems’ “2010 Summer Recovery Special” can be applied to all workstation related IT issues such as Operating Systems upgrade (BayArea Systems offer Windows 7 upgrade consultation as well as solutions), software upgrade (Microsoft Office 2010), virus and mal-ware cleaning and proactive prevention, workstation tune-up, upgrade and procurement advice; as well as selected network and server related maintenance tasks such as server maintenance updates, server anti-virus software installation, network topology analysis and design, etc. New customers can discuss specific needs with BayArea Systems and develop a custom support package solution that will address specific IT issues in a professional, efficient and cost-effective manner.

BayArea Systems(http://www.BayAreaSystems.com) is fully aware of the current economic and small business operating environment, as well as challenges facing day-to-day operations. Many small business owners delay maintenance on existing IT infrastructure, upgrade, and even slowed down or stopped planning for future IT growth and needs. The immediate result could be felt if data backup and protection scheme is not properly planned and maintained. In addition, the business may not be able to take advantage of the economic rebound that is sure to happen. Having firm control over IT infrastructure, and full awareness of the challenges and potential for growth will allow business adequate planning, budgeting, and drastically reduce reaction time when opportunity starts knocking. Sometimes even a simple evaluation of the current IT setup will reveal potential bottleneck(s) and issues.

Starting August 1st, 2010, BayArea Systems’ “2010 Summer Recovery Special” will be available to San Francisco Bay Area small businesses. Businesses will be able to take advantage of this excellent opportunity to experience professional IT support services that has partnered with numerous law firms, educational establishments, manufacturing companies, consulting firms, and many others since 2001. In addition, the special discounted rates for new customers will help reduce risks, and allow businesses to build a solid foundation for a long-term business partnership.

For almost a decade, BayArea Systems has provided cost-effective computer systems and network support and services to small businesses all around the San Francisco Bay Area. BayArea Systems LLC(http://www.bayareasystems.com) has become a pioneer in providing customized technology solutions that are efficient, cost-effective, and improve bottom line of small businesses. BayArea Systems’ business model is based on their passion to provide the best customer service experience in the industry, and building long-term business relationship with their customers.

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