What Can MGF Consulting Do For You?
Whether your need is one time or ongoing, Mike Friedman and MGF Consulting can provide technical services and advice to assist a wide range of individuals and organizations. From new computer advice and setup, to complex networking and server installations, Mike has done this many times before and can assist you with timely, helpful, reliable and high quality service. He has a "no attitude" attitude and works well with non-technical people. After all if you were a technical whiz, you wouldn't need a consultant, would you?
Have a question? Not sure if this is the right thing for you or your organization? Give Mike a call and he'll provide you with a free consultation and evaluation of your needs and how to solve them in the most cost-effective way.
Mike has worked in the computer industry since 1988 and as a senior level system administrator and IT Manager since the mid-1990s. Past employers include Levi Strauss & Co,, IDEO Product Development and the Alzheimer's Association of Northern California/Northern Nevada. Mike has been providing consulting services in since 1991. Clients have included GreenInfo Network, BATS Improv, San Francisco Shakespeare Festial, Peninsula Family Service, San Mateo 4Cs, and West Valley Gymnastics School.
Whether it's a complete, ground up networking installation, bringing you or your organization on line for the first time with web and email services, regular and emergency maintenance and repairs, standardization of desktop operating systems and software, and training. His experience runs the gamut of platforms and operating systems and includes all Macintosh and Windows desktop and server releases as well as Linux..
Mike is extremely knowledgeable about such complex installations as Windows Active Directory and Microsoft Exchange as well as Virtual Private Networking (VPN) for both remote access and connecting remote locations together. Think of it as one stop shopping for desktop, network and server support. Having worked with a number of non-profit organizations, he is also well versed in working with limited budgets and utilizing free and low-cost software that can sometimes meet your needs better than the big boys. Mike also has a sliding fee scale for non-profit organizations with limited budgets.
Mike's philosophy is that computers should be tools. When tools are working against you and not for you, then you have a problem that needs to be solved. Systems for their own sake don't do anything but eat up your time and money. Ultimately you shouldn't need a PhD to run your computers. Contact Mike today and get on the road to solving those computer and networking problems, instead of working around them.