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Business Computing Solutions Built for Your Business

Upgrading a perfectly functional computer may be a hindrance and a cost you don’t necessarily want to make, but in order to benefit from a potentially bad situation, consider how I&T can provide answers for all of your company’s IT questions. Our complete array of managed IT services can compliment your business’ operations to expand profitability and promote efficiency.

We will first determine which workstations can be formatted and used with the new software. Then, working with our corporate partners, we will find you the hardware and software solutions that present you with the highest degree of functionality at the most affordable cost. We then will use our comprehensive backup and disaster recovery solution to redundantly back up your files. This way, your organization doesn’t run the risk of losing your data; the lifeblood of your company. Once your new hardware is in place, your files can be restored, removing long periods of expensive downtime from the equation.

I&T’s services provide optimal value; by having a solution for all of your organization’s IT pain points. For more information contact us today to speak with a consultant bout getting your workstations fitted with supported software.

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  • Your business has specific security needs
  • You have never considered network security in the past
  • Your business holds sensitive and/or Personally Identifiable Information
  • You’d like to learn how to defend against hacking
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