Premier IT solutions and cloud computing, which offer a huge range of features and services, have been the focus of a lot of controversy recently, with claims of over-priced prices, unreliable systems, and low performance.
However, it turns out that it’s actually very easy to use an IT solution and make a living from it, according to a recent survey.
A survey of over 1,000 IT professionals in the United States, conducted by the consulting firm iSource, revealed that 92% of respondents had been tempted to buy an IT solutions after being given a budget, but most chose to spend it on software rather than hardware.
This meant that they could afford to pay the bills on time and they were happy to spend money on IT services such as virtual assistants and cloud hosting services.
This, in turn, allowed them to take home more than they would otherwise have.
“Awareness of how easy IT solutions are to use and manage is so high that many people are willing to pay a small amount for these services,” said iSource Chief Executive Andrew Rafferty.
“That is an important factor when considering a decision to buy a new home IT system.”
The findings of the survey suggest that most IT professionals are willing and able to make a profit from IT solutions.
But what about the people who don’t have the budget to buy IT services?
There’s a catch, however.
IT services are often expensive, which means that the people paying the bills often have to make up the difference on top of their bills.
This is because IT costs are often hidden from customers, often with misleading and inaccurate information on the products, and the company’s advertising.
It’s the same story with other IT products, such as mobile phones and home security systems, which are often priced at exorbitant levels and are not subject to the same level of scrutiny as other types of products.
However, a few people do seem to have the ability to profit from a low-cost IT solution, according the survey results.
In fact, the survey revealed that more than half of the respondents (55%) said that they would pay less for a low cost IT solution than for a high-end IT solution.
It’s important to note that iSource is a non-profit organisation, and it’s not a survey that can be taken at face value, but rather one that asked a broad range of questions, and provided a representative sample of over 2,000 people across the US.
If you have any further information about the survey, you can contact iSource via its contact form on the iSource website.
The iSource survey was conducted between November 8 and 11, 2016.