On this last episode, we look back on 23 years of joyous, difficult and always informative conversation.
A home computer is the norm these days. But without an I.T. team at home, computer problems can really slow us down. We look at the basic mistakes home users make and how to ensure a safer future — in case your harddrive crashes or you spill soda on your laptop. And we explore the booming business of providing tech service like a doctor’s old-fashioned house call.
- David A. Milman CEO of RESCUECOM
- Shep Bostin Franchise owner, Geeks on Call
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