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Learn How To Implement The Best Standards Of Secure Network Engineering

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Be Structured Technology Group Inc. was founded in 2007. We created this business because we are passionate about technology and the effective solutions that it can deliver to workplaces like small businesses and nonprofits. We are not like every other IT service provider, our experts deliver realistic strategies with predictable budgeting and the technical expertise to align our skills with your goals. At Be Structured, we believe that you deserve technology that works for you and not against you.

In this podcast, we have the honor and privilege of interviewing Chad Lauterbach,the CEO at Be Structured Technology Group, Inc. a Los Angeles based provider of Managed IT Services for small business.

In his own words:

"I desire to help small businesses better utilize technology by assisting in high level planning to make sure that new systems will benefit them both operationally and financially. I am careful to implement and support systems using industry best practices.

In particular I really enjoy researching and implement network-based communications systems such as wide area networks, instant messaging, VoIP and mobile device services.

I have been very lucky to get to work with a number of small businesses in various industry's from health care and transportation to non-profits. I have worked at both a low technical and implementation level as well as high level planning and decision making giving me the unique ability to see projects effectively from both inside and outside the IT department."

Chad specializes in Cisco Network and VoIP equipment, Highly proficient in Microsoft Windows networking and literate in the world of UNIX/Linux and OS X.

Dial in learn how to fortify your lines of defense with the latest in Network Engineering!!!

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