The most wonderful time of year… for scammers!

December 18th, 2017

Written by Brandi Koloski, Marketing Assistant at i3 Business Solutions
Here it comes - The most wonderful time of year! This is the prime time to be with family and to be a little more joyous and giving than usual. The winter holidays are generally considered to be a wonderful time of year – but don’t let the overpowering scent of pine trees and peppermint take you off your guard.

What is most important in your business? Your data!

November 13th, 2017

Stop for a moment and consider your most important business asset. Your data may be the first thing to come to mind. So if your data is so important, shouldn't you be taking the necessary steps to protect it from disaster?

Take a peek at our video on backup and data recovery and how we can help you protect your most important assets.

Incase you missed us, here is a recap of our Document Management and Securely Sharing event

November 6th, 2017

Dang it! Did you miss our event: Document Management & Securely Sharing?
Sometime's going to an event that isn't at your desk is a really difficult thing to do during your work day... especially on a Friday when you have so much to do because the weekend us upon us! That is why we felt it was important to share our event information with you!

First off, have you ever had a document that you wanted access to on another computer, or that you wanted to send to someone else? The solution to this kind of scenario would be to attach it to an email and send it off.

Why Managed IT Services? Check out our new video!

October 19th, 2017

 

Video Transcript:
So you're a business owner.
You might be a doctor's office or a bakery or maybe you're a financial advisor, and no matter what your core business is, there's no denying that technology plays an important role in your daily operations.

Think patching is unimportant? Ask Equifax

September 15th, 2017

Written by Brandi Koloski, i3 Business Solutions - Marketing Assistant
Has your security ever been breached after sharing too much information online?

With i3’s ReliabilITy, The answer would be NO because the team here at i3 is constantly updating and protecting your organization, information, and technology.

Are you prepared for your Cyber Breach?

November 3rd, 2016

Written by Mike Ritsema, President and Partner

You own a small business.  We own a small business.

Although i3 Business Solutions and technology specialists recommend layers of security, we say that a cyber-breach is a matter of when and how.  Be prepared.

Microsoft Office 365: What Should I Look for When Selecting a SaaS Data Protection Provider?

October 19th, 2016

Summarized by Molly Luxem, Marketing Assistant

Daily and On-Demand Backup

Daily, automated backup means that, if you choose, you can “set and forget” your backups, knowing you’ll always be protected without any effort on your part. Choose a backup provider that lets backup run quietly in the background, but also gives you the option to run a manual backup whenever you choose.

Can I retrieve that deleted file or email from Microsoft Office 365?

October 12th, 2016

Written by Mike Ritsema, President and Partner

According to Microsoft: “When you entrust your data to Office 365, you remain the sole owner of the data: you retain the rights, title, and interest in the data you store in Office 365.”  Many of us believe that if it’s in the cloud then it’s all out there somewhere.

Microsoft Office 365: Data Loss in Cloud Application

October 7th, 2016

Summarized by Molly Luxem, Marketing Assistant

When disaster strikes your organization, you can’t just “start over”, unless you have a dependable backup and restore solution for SaaS data protection. Many of us believe that while cloud solutions are highly available and highly redundant, they’re also backed up to our own expectations.

Ransomware: How expensive can it really be?

September 28th, 2016

Summarized by Molly Luxem, Marketing Assistant

I shared a meal not long ago with a source who works at a financial services company. The subject of ransomware came up and he told me that a server in his company had recently been infected with a particularly nasty strain that spread to several systems before the outbreak was quarantined.