What is an Armor Tech?

David Galica - CEO/Innovator

What is an Armor Tech? An Armor Tech is a member of a group of technicians, developers, innovators, data entry and internet technology administrators who are always training and keeping abreast of current technology. An Armor Tech is moving forward in career development to build a set of skills based on problem-solving, employee etiquette, process, work ethic, and customer service. From those, we train hardware and software troubleshooting, data recovery, soldering, computer programming, series/parallel circuits, and more. We then review products that fit our clients and provide our recommendations to fit their needs at the right price point. Then, an Armor Tech continues with certifications such as Microsoft Professional, A+, and a wide range of I.T.-based training certifications.

What makes an Armor Tech better than other I.T. professionals? We work diligently with open-source software and focus on electronic repair. We have solutions for repair methods, network maintenance, security systems, phone systems, firewalls, websites, internet marketing, training, human resources, content filtration, ticket systems, and a number of alternative customized solutions at affordable prices for small business.

Working with the open-source market gives an Armor Techs a better background of how things work from building from the ground up, which increases our understanding of how I.T. works. Besides having years of experience fixing and upgrading computers, we also sell brand new computers with warranties. We specialize in creating custom systems as well. So, if you want Windows 7 instead of 10, or your favorite Linux distro dual-booted on it, we can do that. You want more RAM, a better video card, the operating system cloned to a bigger hard drive; we do I.T. We also build custom firewalls and phone systems.

The last part of an Armor Tech is making sure that we follow a code of ethics. I.T. professionals have an enormous amount of power and have a responsibility to implement that technology ethically (sadly, this is often ignored in our industry). This is why we now follow a code of ethics.

Armor's code of ethics is based on the Archimedean Oath by the École Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne, and makes up our mantra that commits to the following statements and endeavors to reach towards the ideals that they represent:

Consider the life of Archimedes of Syracuse who illustrated the ambiguous potential of technology since the Antiquity,

Considering the growing responsibility of engineers and scientists towards men and nature; the importance of the ethical problems stemming from technology and its applications have caused a number of issues in society today,

  • I shall practice for the good of mankind, respecting human rights and the environment.
  • I shall recognize the responsibility for my actions, after informing myself to the best of my abilities, and shall in no case discharge my responsibilities on another person. I shall endeavor to perfect my professional abilities. When choosing and implementing projects,
  • I shall remain wary of their context and their consequences, notably in their technical, economic, social, and ecological aspects.
  • I shall give particular attention to projects with military applications.
  • I shall contribute, to the extent of my abilities, to promote equitable relationships between people and to support the development of economically weaker countries.
  • I shall transmit, with rigor and honesty, to discerningly chosen interlocutors, any important information, if it constitutes a gain for society or if its retention constitutes a danger for others. In the latter case,
  • I shall ensure that the communication yields concrete action. I shall not let myself be governed by the defense of my own interests or those of my corporation.
  • I shall endeavor, to the best of my abilities, to lead my company to take into account the preoccupations of the present oath.
  • I shall practice my profession in complete intellectual honesty, with conscience and dignity.

These reasons are what makes it better to work and grow with an Armor Tech. What to know more? Stop in.