Message from the CEO: January

I.T._service_and_solution_companies_invest_in_I.T._solutions_leading_I.T._company2013 was a great year. And we expect 2014 to be even better!

Over the past 12 months I have shared our successes in detail; ranging from awards and acquisitions to our most sincere thanks to our customers. While all of those events included effort from the company as a whole, it takes outstanding individual performances to realize team accomplishments.

That being said, I would like to recognize our 2013 annual award winners:

Finance & Administrative Person of the Year- John Meholovitch
Marketing & Development Person of the Year- Ashley Smith
Operations person of the Year- Zack Wildman
Remote Systems Engineer of the Year- Josh Puckett
Sales Support Person of the Year- Kevin Smith
Sales Person of the Year – Dave Thomas
Engineer of the Year- Bryan Jackson

Please help me in congratulating these awesome individual performances!

But now we move forward and are fully focused on 2014 (as I am sure you are as well). As a first order of business, I must alert to all organizations who are operating Windows XP and Exchange 2003. You will need to upgrade your applications before April 8, 2014- this is the last day those systems will be supported by Microsoft.

Cybercriminals have been preparing for this day for a long time, and assuredly have detailed and sophisticated plans to attack the remaining unsupported systems as the clock winds down. I ask that you please take the steps necessary to protect the integrity of your business and its valuable data. NetGain Technologies and Microsoft will be hosting a webinar on January 30th to help you understand how this may best be accomplished! If your business needs protection, please register here.

Just as this is an important milestone in Microsoft history, 2014 will bring about an important NetGain Technologies milestone – our 30th birthday. Please join us as we embark on a year full of celebration of our three decade past, our future and you; the reason we come to work each day.

Thank you,
Mark Jacobson, CEO

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