Tetrabyte – Business I.T. Support: A technologically agnostic company.
Technological Agnosticism – There’s always room for a bit of relentless self-promotion on a blog post as long as the post is interesting and has a purpose beside mindless self-indulgence.
What is Technological Agnosticism?
It is all well and good to imply that Tetrabyte is a technologically agnostic company, but what does that actually mean?
You may already know, at least to some degree, but just to clear up any confusion; it hasn’t got anything to do with religion. Now that’s out of the way, we can proceed.
Technological Agnosticism is the idea that you are open to all types of technology.
There are far too many companies in the world of Business I.T. Support that are overly biased toward a particular operating system.
Some basic rules for being technologically agnostic are:
- Research technologies before you adopt them, and while you’re using them.
- Avoid becoming emotionally attached to a particular technology.
- Always research technologies that compete with your current tools set.
- Avoid building into a technological dead end.
- Keep an open mind about new systems and technologies.
Why is technological agnosticism important for a Business I.T. Support company like Tetrabyte?
The ever increasing pace of technology and changes in the business sector require engineers to be innovative in both how we maintain and adopt technologies.
A Business I.T Support Company should always be open to their customers’ needs and be willing to work the way the customer wants.
Of course there are exceptions to the rule where a customer should take an I.T. engineers advice, after all, it’s in the engineers best interested that your business runs as smoothly as possible.
It means a more relaxing day for them and you, therefore creating a better business relationship.
Whatever personal computer (PC) you use, Windows, Mac, Linux… Tetrabyte is able to work with what you have, unless it’s just straight up broken of course, in that case, it’s probably a case of ordering a new PC on your behalf.
But the main point we like to make is that we are an open minded team, we love the innovation of the new and the reliability of the old.
The world of computers is not black and white and it should not be treated as such.
If you would like more information on what we do here at Tetrabyte, you can call us on 0800 160 1066 and one of our friendly “Technologically agnostic” engineers will be happy to help you with your query.
So if there are any other engineers out there, remember to keep an open mind to new ideas about technology.
In relative terms the internet and computers are very young inventions; as such they are subject to rule changes anytime.
The technology you hold so dear now might not even exist in 5 or 10 years’ time, maybe even less. There are many examples of this throughout the last 20 years.
The future is coming, so it’s worthwhile to be ready for it.