Growing Colorado Springs IT Support Company Keeps Up with Demand

PRESS RELEASE: We are excited to announce that our stunning, fully-responsive, user-friendly website is now live! New and existing customers will find the site easy to navigate, informative, and representative of the full scope of services we offer. The new site also features live chat, which will allow inquiring visitors to receive additional information about our IT solutions instantly. Our existing customers now have a client portal to manage their accounts, submit tickets, etc.

This redesign became necessary because of the tremendous growth we’ve experienced over the last several years. “We simply outgrew our last site,” said Josh Brambila, General Manager at Simpleworks. “We needed a revamped web presence to better represent the full range of services we offer and to give us even better contact with our customers. We also wanted a fresh look and feel for the site to reflect the professionalism, expertise, and progress that defines what we do.”

Thanks to Power Plant Media, a web design company in Colorado Springs, the new site meets all of our needs. The knowledgeable and talented design team at Power Plant exceeded our expectations. We are confident that visitors, too, will appreciate the attractive design and new features which will help us serve them even better.

Simpleworks’ Comprehensive IT Solutions

Simpleworks has certified, experienced technicians who can install, set up, manage, and troubleshoot any IT service needed by a business or individual. Thanks to our loyal customer base, we have now expanded our services to include Voice over IP (VoIP), etc. in addition to the many other solutions we offer:

  • Network management
  • Business Internet
  • Phone and unified communications
  • Backups and disaster recovery
  • Computer support and repair
  • Virtualization and cloud solutions
  • Managed email services
  • Security and compliance
  • Datacenter services
  • Server support
  • Desktop support

… and more!  Check out the new website for more information about each of these services.

About Simpleworks

Simpleworks is the leading IT support solution for small and medium-sized businesses and residential customers in Southern Colorado. Regardless of the IT needs—whether simple or complicated, large or small—our specialists can build and manage your entire network. While we do have a brick-and-mortar location, there’s no need for you to bring your equipment to us. We will come to you, and if you have an emergency, we are on call, ready to help.

“You wouldn’t light money on fire right? You’re not crazy. So why do you burn time by using your mouse and menus? I’m going to teach you the 15 best keyboard shortcuts ever, and change your life. Let’s take control!

The CTRL key in Windows. Mac users, you ceded all control to Apple but you can still take command. Just use the command key instead of the CTRL key for all of these. Here we go.

The biggest waste of time I see is cutting and pasting. Look at this poor fellow toiling away in the menu. He’s shortening his life! Buddy check this out:

CTRL-C copies highlighted text
CTRL-X cuts highlighted text
CTRL-V pastes highlighted text

You can thank me later.

Here’s some more.

Need to just select everything in sight for one of those cut-and-paste maneuvers?

CTRL-A selects all.

Need help finding what you need to highlight?

CTRL-F works in most programs to search for text.

Also handy are:

CTRL-Z to undo any action.
CTRL-Y to redo it when you realize you meant it after all.

As an alternative to all this control, use ALT-TAB to switch quickly between programs. Mac users can keep control by using COMMAND-TAB for the same thing.

Need to show the desktop fast? My favorite shortcut of all time to the rescue, Windows-D! Mac users, press F11, oddly, to do the same thing.

Now lets speed up your browsing. The following shortcuts work in Firefox in both Mac and Windows AND in Internet Explorer.

F6 highlights the address bar. No more futzing around with the mouse when you need to type in a Web address.

CTRL-ENTER completes an address in the address bar by automatically adding the .com to the end.

When in a Web page, the arrow buttons scroll the text up and down one line at a time.

Page up and Page down will scroll whole “pages” (really big chunks of text in a Web page).

Need to reload the page? Just press F5.

CTRL-T opens a new tab. Of course you have to do it COMMAND-T in OS X.

And finally here’s one that just doesn’t work on a Mac but is good for both IE and Firefox on Windows. Press F11 to make the browser full screen. Great for presentations!

You will now have more time to spend writing that novel, learning how to paint, or just to stare dreamily at that picture of Brian Tong. Or whatever it is that you do.

 

You wouldn’t light money on fire right? You’re not crazy. So why do you burn time by using your mouse and menus? I’m going to teach you the 15 best keyboard shortcuts ever, and change your life. Let’s take control!

 

The CTRL key in Windows. Mac users, you ceded all control to Apple but you can still take command. Just use the command key instead of the CTRL key for all of these. Here we go.

The biggest waste of time I see is cutting and pasting. Look at this poor fellow toiling away in the menu. He’s shortening his life! Buddy check this out:

CTRL-C copies highlighted text
CTRL-X cuts highlighted text
CTRL-V pastes highlighted text

You can thank me later.

Here’s some more.

Need to just select everything in sight for one of those cut-and-paste maneuvers?

CTRL-A selects all.

Need help finding what you need to highlight?

CTRL-F works in most programs to search for text.

Also handy are:

CTRL-Z to undo any action.
CTRL-Y to redo it when you realize you meant it after all.

As an alternative to all this control, use ALT-TAB to switch quickly between programs. Mac users can keep control by using COMMAND-TAB for the same thing.

Need to show the desktop fast? My favorite shortcut of all time to the rescue, Windows-D! Mac users, press F11, oddly, to do the same thing.

Now lets speed up your browsing. The following shortcuts work in Firefox in both Mac and Windows AND in Internet Explorer.

F6 highlights the address bar. No more futzing around with the mouse when you need to type in a Web address.

CTRL-ENTER completes an address in the address bar by automatically adding the .com to the end.

When in a Web page, the arrow buttons scroll the text up and down one line at a time.

Page up and Page down will scroll whole “pages” (really big chunks of text in a Web page).

Need to reload the page? Just press F5.

CTRL-T opens a new tab. Of course you have to do it COMMAND-T in OS X.

And finally here’s one that just doesn’t work on a Mac but is good for both IE and Firefox on Windows. Press F11 to make the browser full screen. Great for presentations!

You will now have more time to spend writing that novel, learning how to paint, or just to stare dreamily at that picture of Brian Tong. Or whatever it is that you do.”

 

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