i need a bit of advice. my father has a business that has approx. 50 workstations in three different locations. there's a central file server and some hacky remote-desktop and VNC file sharing keeping them in touch. in his industry, most of the businesses aren't very big, so they don't hire IT staff. they hire consultants who work on a ~$200/hour basis to keep things going. the problem is that the guys he uses (there have been multiple) constantly recommend massive hardware upgrades and STILL the network runs like shit. so i want to recommend that he hire a full-time IT staff. someone who's salaried and has nothing to gain by pointless hardware upgrades and actually lives with the network to keep it running. do you think that's the right move?