We’ve all read about large-scale phishing scams and ransomware attacks on organizations ranging from Sony Pictures and Target stores to the U.S. Government. But you probably haven’t read about the thousands of smaller companies that have suffered similar attacks.
Maybe it’s the name: “cloud” does not sound like the most secure and robust technology ever invented. Whatever the reason, we hear a lot of questions that indicate customers are a little uneasy about moving to the cloud: Should I? When will be I ready? What exactly does it take?
ITS, Inc. is celebrating 20 years of dedicated customer-focused IT expertise this year. The company today serves clients across North America and beyond in a myriad of industries, including manufacturing, distribution, healthcare, retail, higher education, and other consulting companies.
ITS, Inc., a leading U.S. IT solutions provider, contributes to many good causes in Maine and across the country. But as a player in today’s globally connected world, ITS also supports an organization that helps bring safe drinking water to impoverished residents thousands of miles away, in eastern Uganda: Wheels4Water (W4W).
As business owners, our top priority must be to keep our staff employed and the business profitable. We believe, however, that being a good corporate citizen is also a critical component of business leadership in the United States. Even in the hardest times, companies can and should help the less fortunate.
By developing a relationship with an IT Services and Consulting firm, you can count on having an expert available to answer your questions and discuss your concerns, fears, opportunities and roadblocks. Your trusted advisor can give you an outside perspective on your business and help set your IT strategy on the right path.
Your in-house Information Technology infrastructure costs you time, money and energy. While the concept of moving that hardware and headache out of your facility and to a dedicated storage facility makes sense on paper, how do you get it done? How do you know it's safe and operating in your best interests?