It’s not about technology, It's about People.
People have fundamental needs to feel secure but free, a confidence in their abilities and decisions, and to feel like they’re succeeding at life. The same can be said for the business world.
Working with myITmanager gives you the confidence that your technology risk is minimised, the flexibility for your people to operate anywhere is maximised, and best of all, you can increase your organisation’s productivity to free up time and improve financial performance. That’s our personal commitment.
Data security is a people problem
95% of all security incidents involve human error.
The single biggest defence is education. Training your people to be constantly aware and alert is the first place to start.
Find out how you can reduce the chances of human error by downloading our free e-book.
The myITmanager service offerings are built around the three ‘Ps’ of protection, productivity and potential.
Getting your IT to meet your specific business needs is crucial. If you have the wrong systems, or no systems, your company security and productivity will suffer.
Having fancy, expensive systems that add limited value to your company is a waste of money. Implementing systems that no one knows how to use is also of little use. Getting the balance just right for your company is our specialty.
Our approach involves first understanding the needs of your business and your team.
How does myITmanager work for your business?
Technology is an increasingly critical part of keeping a business running. We listen and work to understand your business, recommending better solutions and pro-actively keeping you up to date with the latest technology.
We know how important IT has become, and we pride ourselves on being available when you need it, whether it be for advice or urgent support.
We give you flexibility.
We implement solutions that give your people the freedom to work from anywhere, anytime, on any device.
We function as required with backup and recovery plans to minimise business disruption.
We have staff based in Christchurch and Alexandra so can service businesses directly in those locations and surrounding areas.
Take one of our Technology Assessments
IT Security Assessment
Take our IT Security Test to receive a detailed report identifying where your business is most vulnerable.
Take our Online Productivity Assessment to find out how you can get more out of your technology.
IT Opportunity Assessment
Take our Technology Opportunity Appraisal to find out how you could make better use of technology.
What our clients like about us
"myIT takes the hassle away from us having to manage our own IT issues and really supports our business... so we can concentrate on our core business of selling great wine."
Owner, Wooing Tree Vineyard Ltd, Cromwell
"When you guys showed up at the office on Friday morning to install the new PC I could hardly believe my eyes! Thank you so much for such a fast order and installation. I, Jo-Anne and Danielle are absolutely OVER THE MOON!"
Business Partner, Harcourts Beckenham, Christchurch
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