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Nexxtep Develops IoT Hero Buttons to Provide One-Click Emergency Support

By January 17, 2019 10 Comments

VALDOSTA, January 17, 2019- Nexxtep Technology Services, Inc., an IT consulting firm based in Valdosta, recently launched a custom-designed IoT (Internet of Things) Hero Button. This cloud-connected device allows users to notify the Nexxtep support team with the click of a button

The Hero Button is an Amazon Web Services (AWS) IoT button custom programmed by Nexxtep’s development team with a business’s contact information. When an IT disaster such as hardware failure or cyber-attack strikes, customers simply press the button and Nexxtep’s support team receives the business’s contact info by phone, email and their internal messaging system. The Hero Button is designed to give business owners peace of mind and make it easier than ever to contact support in the event that IT issues arise.

Stuart Avera, Nexxtep VP and creator of the Hero Button said, “We’re always eager to show companies the level of support they should expect from an IT provider. The Hero Button takes IT support to the next level by making it simple to contact us while demonstrating how responsive our support team is.”

Any business with 5 or more workstations located in Georgia or Florida may request a Nexxtep Hero Button. Nexxtep will give Hero buttons to the first 30 organizations that request one. Existing Nexxtep clients are excluded from this offer. There is a limit of one IoT button per business/organization.

You may request a Hero Button here.

 

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