If you’d like to work with another worker cooperative, our number one recommendation is to check out the Tech Co-op Network — its member coops provide a huge spectrum of technology services.

Need to register a domain name? We recommend GKG, as they possess the three qualities needed in a registrar: they’re affordable, their online systems are well-organized and straightforward, and most importantly they provide quality customer support when you have a problem.

Need a web designer? Design Action Collective (Oakland) specializes in graphic design and visual communications for progressive, non-profit and social change organizations.

Need a web developer? Radical Designs (Oakland), FivePaths (Bay Area), or one of these other development shops may be able to help.

Need help keeping your CMS up to date, or recovering a hacked site? Give a call to C4 Tech & Design (New Orleans), Palante Technology Cooperative (NYC), or Webskillet (VT).

Need help with web strategy? Aspiration (San Francisco) is a great resource for technology planning/process help and RFP design.

Need hosting that Electric Embers doesn’t provide? If you’re looking for dedicated servers or for MS Windows-based hosting, try GAIA Host Collective (New England). For server colocation or virtual server hosting, try our colo provider, MonkeyBrains (San Francisco).

Need a full-fledged newsletter/CRM service, with message personalization, list segmentation, open rate tracking, and such? Check out the Salsa platform or MailerMailer, or take a look at this excellent survey of other providers as of January 2012 put together by our friends at Groundwire.

Need a tech consultant in the San Francisco Bay Area? Try Tech Underground or Giant Rabbit.

For stellar computer service and data recovery in San Francisco, trust TechCollective.

We can finally recommend local San Francisco ISPs! Try MonkeyBrains, or Astound, depending on your exact needs and location.