, left, and Luke Morningstar, stand in the BlueStar
office in downtown Goshen.
"There was myself, and a part-time accountant," said Jon Morningstar, founder and president of the company.
"I just knew somebody who worked there and they got us in to help them with a little project that they had, " Jon
"We actually ended up helping them get a couple of work stations and then getting their first server back in 1999."
From there other business owners heard about Morningstar's
ability to keep computer systems up and running and the business grew through word of mouth.
Those who have a hard time staying current with the capabilities of their latest phone app or computer operating systems, should appreciate how IT workers like the Morningstars have to stay current on a variety of business and personal computer systems as well as all the smart phone systems that owners want to use at work.
"Lot of training, lots of reading, lots of... research and setting up test networks," is how Jon
staff stay current on new technologies.
said the staff uses new systems at work so they can learn to understand them.
"Everything changes," he
"That's the constant, everything changes.
Nothing that we do today would even have existed back then (2004)," he
and some of his
clients have four devices, a phone, a laptop, a tablet and a desktop computer, that all have to be synchronized to work togehter.