The IT Therapist

“Ethan Feerst is serious about his I.T. and even more serious about yours.”

First, there was the big bang. The earth cooled. The dinosaurs lived and died. Gutenberg invented the printing press. Shakespeare wrote Hamlet. Bill Gates founded Microsoft. Google was born. After 15 billion years, there are now an estimated one billion computer users worldwide. In just five more years we’ll be at two billion worldwide users.

Technology years are like dog years. With so very many generations of new tech every year, the evolution is remarkable and can be overwhelming. The Technology Therapist and his team stay on top of it so you don’t have to.


 “Feerst and his team have cultivated an arsenal of unique and up-to-the-minute solutions that can deliver a wide range of powerful and lavish technologies to your business.”


Your computer and how you use it should be an expression of who you are. It should greatly accelerate your ability to plan, create, communicate, and run your life and business. How do you feel about what’s on your desk now? If you want better, smarter, faster, more integrated, more synchronized with all the key parts of your life and business, that’s where Feerst and his team come in. Their approach is highly personal and custom tailored to you. Often, just a bit of key information or the right attention/tune-up/upgrade will make a huge difference and open up possibilities you never knew existed.

Fortune 500 Solutions for Any Size Business

Microsoft Exchange. Servers. Websites. Blackberry Enterprise. Microsoft ActiveSync. Virtual private networks. These technologies use to require fulltime IT staff and racks of expensive equipment. Feerst and his team have cultivated an arsenal of unique and up-to-the-minute solutions that can deliver a wide range of powerful and lavish technologies to your business. Large or small offices, single or multiple locations, all managed, served, hosted, connected, integrated –enterprise-level performance is delivered on-demand and on your budget. These solutions are designed for ease-of-use, sensible work flow, and explained in plain english.

The couch is open.

What’s on your mind these days? Find out more, call or email The IT Therapist for a free consultation.

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Ethan Feerst, The IT Therapist · 310.406.6237
ethan@itwithiq.com