A lot of time and money is often spent trying to wrap up neat little packages to dazzle the average consumer. It’s often about selling a generic product. Much of the time these gadgets and pieces of software flash with promises of ease of use, but the manufacturers spend time distracting customers with the next best thing later on to make them forget how the previous product didn’t meet their expectations.
That is why we feel it necessary to work with a customer to establish what they really want to do first. It is not a very fun feeling to purchase something, and then later find out it can only do part of what you want. These technological pitfalls are difficult to avoid and information can be misleading when marketing is concerned.
We have much to offer the home user; from security, data management, and online presence awareness. And we are willing to work with other providers to help guide choices that will let different technologies work together.