Nominate your 'Geek in Shining Armor' for Nextrio’s 2012 award | Business
Are you a local business that has a systems administrator – why not nominate them for all the exceptional work they do?
Nextrio, a locally based information technology consulting firm is accepting nominations for those very same people, all around Southern Arizona. Tucson Sys Admin Day 2012, an event sponsored by Nextrio, acknowledges exceptional local technology professionals. Each year this event is held in conjunction with the national System Administrator Appreciation Day that is generally held on the last Friday of July.
They will be accepting nominations from office managers, business owners, and co-workers at any Tucson based business that has a system administrator they would like to see win. This is the person who most often is responsible for the operation (usually daily) of the businesses computer networks, completing the tasks of troubleshooting and tech support often under stressful conditions.
“Since the advent of computer networks, system administrators have been expected to solve all the mysteries of information technology with superhuman speed and the charm of a movie star” explains Cristie Street, Managing Partner at Nextrio. “Nextrio understands the value of delivering IT support with a smile and we are proud to honor the most exceptional technology pro in Tucson. We encourage all businesses to show their appreciation for their ‘geeks in shining armor’ on Tucson Sys Admin Day.”
Nominations will be accepted from now until noon on July 24, with the winner being notified on Tucson’s Sys Admin Day.
The finalists will be judged by an independent panel, and a winner chosen by July 27. The winner will receive a $500 American Express gift card, with their nominator receiving a $100 American Express gift as well, courtesy of Nextrio.
To make a nomination visit www.TucsonSysAdmin.com
For more information about Nextrio please visit www.nextrio.com
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