Liberty Technology was founded by Ben Johnson in 2008. Ben pulled together a close-knit team of professionals who believe in hard work and are dedicated to providing customer service second to none. Our philosophy at Liberty Technology is that our success depends on the success of our clients. We take care of all your technology needs, so you can focus on your business.
Liberty Technology specializes in making IT simple for SMB, nonprofits, and SLED (State and Local Government and Education). We have a host of highly trained, certified experts who assist our clients with immediate remote support as well as on-site service. Our mission is to ease our customers' technical pains by keeping their systems running smoothly and efficiently, as well as educating them on how to make the most out of their systems and software. We provide proactive services to resolve issues and keep them resolved.
Each employee of Liberty Technology has a specialized position within the company; however, we all work together as a team to meet the common goal: to achieve the highest level of customer service through communication and technical skill.
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That chicken (project/job/task) is depending on you. Chase it down, feed it, love it, make it your own. A fully formed human anticipates need, takes initiative, finds the needed resources, and gets the job done right and on time.
Be the person your team wants to be around and the person clients want to work with. Know what you know and, more importantly, what you don’t. Be a changer, not a complainer. As Scott Adams says, “Be brief and say something positive.”
A fully formed human is a lifetime learner – on and off the clock. Nobody has it all figured out, so have the drive to become a master of your skill set. Seek constructive criticism and act on it.
Maintain a sense of urgency and responsibility toward the task at hand. Sink your teeth into it and don’t accept defeat. Meet challenges and change with boldness and determination.
As Stark County’s Phil Davison famously quoted Einstein: “In the middle of difficulty lies opportunity.” Have the winning passion to learn from your mistakes and see pain points as opportunities for disruption. Keep striving for the best outcome in a bad situation.
You’re only as smart as we all are, together. Don’t just answer; teach. Be connection oriented (TCP) over connection-less (UDP). Be a reliable human data transmitter who adds value by sharing what you’ve learned. Remember: A rising tide lifts all boats; and sinks the anchored ones.