When your employees have IT problems or questions, who do they contact? Employees often turn to their managers, especially in small and midsize businesses. The managers then need to track down someone who can help, which takes them away from their responsibilities. Meanwhile, the employees become frustrated, as they wait for assistance to arrive.
Worse yet, an employee might turn to a coworker for help. If that person gives the wrong advice, a minor issue could escalate into a major problem. When an employee is suspicious of an email attachment but a coworker says he thinks it is legitimate, the employee could end up opening the attachment and have his computer infected with malware, which can potentially infect your entire network.
Having a reliable help desk can eliminate frustration and lost productivity. Our experienced technicians can assist your team with technical problems so they can get back on track quickly.
Help desk requests and the technicians that handle them are categorized into support levels. The higher the support level, the more difficult the problem is to solve—and the greater the IT expertise needed to resolve them. Help desks can have up to four support levels: