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Re: FBI tells the public to call their ISP for help
In article <[email protected]>, Scott Weeks <[email protected]> writes
If Joe Sixpack has a Mac, calls his ISP for help, is told the ISP only supports Micro$loth, asks for escalation and can't get that (or even doesn't ask for escalation) I would think Joe would move to another ISP. Thus my earlier statement that the ISP which does this we-support-Micro$loth-only crazyness is doomed to failure.
No, they are only doomed to service the 90% (or whatever) of the market that is running that particular software.
I'm surprised no-one has said it's largely a training issue: you can have people on the helpline who are experienced at talking customers through issues on a well know and well understood (warts and all) platform, but when the customer is using something with minority market penetration it gets really difficult really quickly.