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?
The results of the 10th annual GlobalCost of Data Breach Study confirmed the tangible costs of a data breach increased 23 percent from just two years prior to a staggering $3.8 million. Released by the Ponemon Institute and sponsored by IBM, this study is the security industry’s gold standard for measuring the costs of a data breach.
There is no way to truly guarantee the safety of your organization’s digital information, other than storing all your business records on a PC hidden in a broom closet while disconnected from the internet. Since this is not practical, it’s essential to be both cautious and proactive in keeping your data secure.
As businesses continue to collect, process, use, and store more data than ever before, the costs of data protection can skyrocket. But a recent IBM white paper offers “Ten ways to save money with IBM data protection”. As an IBM Premier Partner, ITS can help you implement these ten key ways.
User adoption is crucial to making your new IT solutions effective. It’s also one of the most difficult components of upgrading your technology products or systems. No matter who is involved, IT solutions that are convoluted, confusing, and otherwise hard to use will never provide the results you’re looking for.
Once you’ve decided to hire an IT consultant or a managed services provider, it’s time for an IT assessment. If you’re thinking the process is going to be expensive, don’t worry – many IT service providers offer low-cost or complimentary assessments —including ITS.
ITS is an IBM Premiere Business Partner. IBM membership levels offer businesses an array of benefits that trickle down to customers and clients. Read through to find out why we chose to become an IBM Premier Business Partner, and what that means for you.
Disaster Recovery (DR) involves a set of policies and procedures to enable the recovery or continuation of vital IT infrastructure and systems following a natural or human-induced disaster. DR is something a true enterprise company budgets for as a form of insurance.
ITS, Inc. strives to be the best information technology solution provider to our network of clients throughout North America. We help our customers realize the full potential of their technology infrastructure by offering insightful consulting, hardware, software, and services based solutions.