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How To Choose an IT Consultant
By: Robert Adelman
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    Many small to medium business rely heavily on IT systems to successfully run their business.

    If you find yourself spending more and more time managing your network and computers but you donít need a full time IT person on staff then perhaps now is the time you should consider hiring an IT consultant.

    When you start looking for an IT consultant you should consider the following:

    Experience. It goes without saying that you need to hire a consultant who has experience in the IT industry.

    You should ask the consultant the following questions:

    1. Has the IT consultant got experience supporting the same type of business as yours?
    2. Do they have any technicians on staff that holds valuable industry certifications, such as Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) etc? In order to become certified by Microsoft, a Certified Microsoft Partner must prove their expertise in Microsoft technology and in specific business areas, such as financial management and supply chain management.

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