Outsourced IT services save you time and money! When you outsource your IT services with Integrinet IT, we team up with you to manage your technology so you can focus on the rest of your business. We optimize your network, quickly get your systems up and running when they are down, and increase your cybersecurity shields.
If your technology is not optimized, your business loses money. For instance:
A sluggish inefficient computer network ends up costing you a lot of time and money.
When your systems are down, your business loses money.
Vulnerable networks are being hacked into more and more often. Victims of ransomware pay hundreds of thousands of dollars to get their confidential and proprietary data back.
Take advantage of the benefits of specialization by partnering with a professional IT company.
Specialization Makes the Best Financial Sense
In 1776, the year our country became a nation, a Scottish economist and moral philosopher named Adam Smith published a book called, “The Wealth of Nations”. Since that time, it has become a part of classic economic thought.
In this book, Adam Smith evaluated the benefits of specialization. By observing pin makers at a factory, he found that one worker could hardly produce one pin a day. But 10 people working together and performing different pin-making tasks could produce 48,000 pins a day.
It makes sense that productivity increases with specialization. This is true because a person’s ability to perform the same task improves with practice. Additionally, repetition and iteration usually result in the improvement of tools and processes.
Outsourced IT Services = Specialization
With outsourced IT services, a team of seasoned and licensed IT professionals manages your computer network while you focus on what you do best.
Outsourcing your IT services saves you time by delegating the care of your IT environment to a team of IT service engineers. These professionals are highly efficient at what they do because they are trained, certified, and experienced. They work on IT all day, every day. And for small to medium-sized businesses, outsourcing is much more budget-friendly than paying for a full-time IT technician.
To sum up, the result of choosing an IT Managed Service Provider is metaphorically equivalent to 48,000 pins a day for your company!
We bring expertise to our Outsourced IT Services
Try us out for a month or two at no risk to your company. If you are not satisfied with our services, you are not held to any contracts. We are that confident that you will be pleased with the IT expertise we bring to your team.
If you are looking to outsource your IT services, we want to be your IT company. One of our technical consultants will come out and do a free assessment of your network and go over all your IT needs. Give us a call:
As an IT company for Utah and Idaho small businesses, we specialize in providing IT Services for 3PL organizations (Supply Chain Logistics & Fulfillment Center). For the past four years, we have managed Elite OPS‘s network and have identified 5 critical IT services that every successful 3PL company should have.
API integration to offer 100% customization
Experienced personalized network management
Clear WiFi coverage throughout warehouse
Strategic network configuration for times of growth
Business to business cybersecurity
1: API integration – 100% customizable
Firstly, API Integration is one of the most critical services 3PLs should have. Elite OPS seeks to be 100% customizable to their customers. Every one of their clients has customized branding, software, and business operations. In order for their customers to manage business finances, operations, and customer relations, they use a variety of software and services. For example – their CRM software: some use Amazon Prime Seller Fulfilled, others use Magento, and still others use Oracle NetSuite to name a few. Elite OPS manages these integrations with a state-of-the-art warehouse management system. It translates the orders coming from each of these CRMs so that Elite OPS can efficiently process them.
That is to say, it takes a lot of strategy behind the scenes to allow the different network configurations and software packages to play nicely together. Incompatibilities between unique businesses with unique computer networks are inevitable. API, or Application Programming Interface, is a tool that connects two or more applications and allows them to exchange data. In other words, it enables Elite OPS and other fulfillment centers to organize the multitude of incoming orders and outgoing shipments. And that increases their productivity. If you haven’t yet taken advantage of these technology tools and want to learn more about them, here are 2 videos and one article:
In order for Elite OPS to get the most out of their infrastructure and warehouse management system, they need all of these components to work together seamlessly. They need them to be consistently up and running. For this reason, Integrinet IT’s service engineers work behind the scenes to manage their network. They know downtime is revenue lost and work hard to prevent it from happening.
Our engineers monitor their systems 24/7, provide onsite and remote helpdesk services, ensure their WiFi coverage is clear and consistent, back up their data regularly, and tighten their security. When we first started taking care of Elite OPS, our engineers spent months getting to know the ins and outs of their infrastructure. They created network maps to document their extensive configurations. So, when something happens (and it always will), they can more efficiently troubleshoot it.
We Provide Elite OPS with:
Onsite & Remote Services
Hardware Care & Procurement
Email Health & Maintenance
Data Backup & Business Continuity
Personalized & Professional Pro-Action Team
If you don’t have an IT company with expert service engineers that get to know your computer network personally, you most likely are experiencing a lot of unnecessary pain.
3: IT services for 3PL organizations must include clear WiFi coverage throughout their entire warehouse
Thirdly, most supply chain organizations have huge warehouses to manage their customers’ inventory. Elite OPS has a 450,000 sq ft warehouse with 60 ft Ceilings. They also have huge 30 ft shelves to safely store their customers’ goods. But these shelves end up blocking WiFi signals generated from low-level access points. And while large spaces and shelving units are perfect for their fulfillment services, they always present a challenge for WiFi coverage.
When we first began services for Elite OPS a few years ago, they didn’t have WiFi coverage at all. So one of our first major projects with them was designing and building a powerful wireless network. It provides them with Internet access at every square foot of their space. Mounting several access points from the 60 ft. ceilings has enabled their teams to stay in continuous communication with their customers, their management system, and each other. We implemented tools to remotely monitor the hardware on the ceiling to keep it fine-tuned, ensuring it works with all devices. Rarely do our technical engineers need to physically get up there to service them.
If you don’t already have a powerful wireless network that reaches every square foot of your fulfillment center warehouse, you need to find a good IT company to design and build it for you.
Read more about Integrinet IT’s WiFi/Internet Solutions:
4: Strategic network configuration for times of growth
Fourthly, with the E-commerce, logistics, and distribution boom over the last year, 3PLs have experienced an intense spike in growth. While this has been an exciting journey for Elite OPS, it has given them a lot to manage. Our service engineers worked long hours to assist them with their rapid expansion of services. They recommended and installed new hardware, software, cabling, security, and WiFi system in their new Georgia warehouse.
So, if your 3PL business is expanding exponentially, you need an experienced managed IT service provider that has already set up the infrastructure for other businesses like yours. Choosing an IT company that is familiar with your specific industry’s needs and has actual experience taking care of 3PL organizations will reduce the time it takes to set up your network and thus your costs.
5: IT services for 3PL organizations & business-to-business cybersecurity
And last but definitely not least is cybersecurity. As a large 3PL company, Elite OPS interacts with countless businesses. They have the responsibility to keep their confidential and proprietary data safe. With ransomware attacks on the rise, it is more important than ever to fortify your network to safeguard your business as well as your clients’ and partners’ businesses. Integrinet IT’s service engineers and remote tools are working 24/7 to secure Elite OPS’s network. We monitor their servers 24/7, ensure they have a strong backup and disaster recovery plan in place, and administer employee security training.
Additionally, we perform security patches, operating system updates, hardware drive/firmware updates, and server monitoring. Server monitoring includes weekly checks of event logs. We ensure their hard drives have plenty of disc space to store data and data backups. Our service engineers watch for alerts that signal it’s time for equipment replacement. They make recommendations to purchase new equipment before the old fails or warranties expire. This minimizes downtime and cost. In the event of a crash or hard drive failure, they are covered by their warranties and backups.
Because you do business with other businesses, you need to keep your network cyber secure. Cyber gangs are working 24/7 to hack into large and small businesses. Don’t make it easy for them. Did you know that if you are hacked, they can potentially hack into your customers’ networks through your portal as well?
If you don’t have a strong defensive cybersecurity strategy that consists of multiple layers of protection, make the move now to reach out to an experienced IT company to help you get started.
Updating technology is a major concern for today’s businesses. Technology has rapidly developed over the last 40 years. And these days, it seems like tech companies are coming out with a new hardware or software version before we’ve even learned how to use the previous one. It sometimes feels like we are being manipulated into buying the newest fandangled devices and software features even though we don’t really need them. While it’s true that some of the new features solve real workflow issues, there are others that don’t seem to make any significant improvements.
On top of that, software updates usually outpace the need for hardware updates. There always seems to be a tradeoff when it comes to updating: If I update now, will my desktop computer, laptop, mobile phone, or tablet be able to handle it, or will I have to buy a new one?
And even with all the tech companies now offering monthly plans with “free” software updates, replacing hardware can get pretty expensive. This is why most of us resist updating our technology.
We don’t want to spend money on something before we actually need it.
We want to put to good use, for a good long time, the investment we have already made in our current technology.
We remember all too well how much we shelled out for it.
Plus, we like to stick with processes we know. And it’s usually not just us that have to learn the new system. Our entire staff needs to learn it too. Learning a new way of doing things initially slows down our productivity even if it later improves it. So, long story short, there are many opportunity costs to taking the time to retrain everyone.
The real reason for updating technology
The truth of the matter is, there is a balance between hanging on to the old and buying the new. That balance amounts to 3-5 years. Holding onto devices longer than five years means significantly increased issues, repairs and patches, and security vulnerabilities. This basically adds up to increased costs and slower, clunkier workflows
Here is why this is the case: Software applications are meant to interact with other software applications and hardware. And computers are designed to interact with other computers and devices. When there are incompatibilities between them, things get messed up. The result: Network Vulnerabilities. And cybercriminals are always searching for these vulnerabilities. That’s how and where they hack into our network to steal our valuable data.
Computers keep us connected
Computers connect us with the rest of the world – our clients, customers, partners, wholesalers, resources, and every other person we interact with and do business with. Because this is true, we have to keep our computer network compatible with the computer networks that belong to those people.
It is also the hard truth that if our competitors are updating technology, and it increases their speed and decreases their delivery time, our potential customers get used to being treated that well. They will come to expect that of businesses in our industry. And they usually come to expect it of businesses in every industry. This may not be a pretty picture, but it is the way it is. We all know it because we also play the consumer role in many of our relationships.
So, the bottom line is that we all are reliant on each other for personal and business relationships. We do a lot of interacting and communicating through technology. This is especially true in business. We conduct most business transactions over computers, phones, email, and the Internet. Speed and quality of communication and delivery are highly dependent on our level of technology. To achieve a high level of efficiency, it’s important that our hardware and software remain compatible with each other’s. Incompatibilities slow and break down the lines of communication. They also create vulnerabilities in networks.
Many of us (myself included – proud owner of an iPhone 7) avoid updating because we like to keep it simple and we don’t like to make purchasing decisions based on the latest craze. But now that we know that updating isn’t about that, we can make smarter decisions. (After writing this, I think I’m going to update to the iPhone 12 or maybe wait for the 13 coming out in September.)
There are actually signs we can watch for that indicate it is time to update technology. Three to five years is still a sizeable window. And four to five years is usually pushing it. Within this window of time, it would be good to know when our hardware is getting to what they call “End-of-Life” or EOL. When hardware or software reaches EOL, it means that the companies that design them stop making the parts and security patches for them. And again, most software companies now offer monthly plans which provide automated updates. So, our real concern is when to replace our desktop computers, laptops, tablets, smartphones, and other network devices.
The signs to watch for
The device is regularly running out of storage.
Updates cause your computer to have increasingly more issues (e.g., white, black, blue, green screens of death, colored stripes in places they shouldn’t be).
There are strange lovely noises coming from your computer.
You can’t even install the updates for your critical software.
Because we’re all on this ride together, we need to keep our technology current. So, hang on to your technology for the full three years before replacing it if everything is working fine. In years four through five, be extra vigilant in watching for the signs. Incorporate the necessary technology updates into your budget. One idea is to replace a percentage of your devices each year so you don’t have to replace everything at once.
If you need help with monitoring your software and hardware, choosing good machines, and keeping them fully functional within their life spans, give us a call: Idaho (208) 510-0967 or Utah (385) 316-7202.
Every business requires Customized IT Solutions because everybody’s business is different. The way people run their business and the layout of their buildings is different.
Industry Specific Tools
Everybody has different needs and different IT solutions. When you have this uniqueness between clients you can’t just use cut-and-paste solutions. My goal is to help tailor the IT solutions to the client’s needs.
Every business has industry-specific tools that integrate with their network in unique ways. We have clients who run equipment from imaging machines for x-rays to CNC machines (a computer-controlled cutting device). With each business, I have to consider the best, customized solution.
Customized IT Solutions: updating hardware & software is an investment
Another thing we run into a lot is that many of our clients invested a lot of money several years ago into their IT hardware and software when Windows 7 was still around. This makes it a challenge to come in and clean up their network. When a business has old equipment, there are a lot of things that need to be upgraded for it to run smoothly. I know it’s an expense for a company and it seems like it doesn’t directly profit them. It takes a portion of their budget and it’s hard to see the benefit of the investment.
Updating hardware & software is like maintaining the tires on a pickup
Their investment is kind of like the tires on a pickup. You can spend time with flats, downtime, and low traction. You can spend a lot of time and effort constantly fixing flat tires. Or you can invest in some new tires which don’t slow you down and keep your workflow optimized.
The tires on the truck don’t make the truck money but they are a crucial part of the truck that allows it to function optimally. They are vital for the truck to run, whether it’s coming or going.
Wi-Fi stability & connectivity issues at a school with a large campus
Recently, I assisted with restructuring a large network to improve Wi-Fi stability and connectivity speeds across a school’s large campus up in Idaho City. The students at this school constantly rely on assigned laptops. They have to carry them from class to class. And they reported that they were having nothing but headaches with their connectivity. Their speeds were slow. The signal was constantly dropping off.
Customized IT Solutions: the handoff
Because the structures of businesses’ buildings are always different, the way we have to run cable for Wi-Fi connectivity is also different. But, I’m constantly trying to apply the knowledge that I learn from one client to issues that another client has. When I troubleshoot, I’m always looking for something out of place and something that needs to be improved.
I recently worked on optimizing connectivity for another one of our clients who was having similar issues in their large warehouse. I applied the same solutions to the school district in Idaho City. When I went out to look at their campus, I noticed that a lot of their network was not optimized. So, I took a map of the school and mapped out the location of all the access points. I then restructured the way that their controller was set up in order to make the handoff smoother.
Handoff is when students with laptops walk outside of the bubble that the access point (AP) is capable of listening and talking on.
I corrected the handoff issues they were having by adjusting what’s called the RSSI or Received Signal Strength Indication. When the performance level goes down, the laptop knows that it needs to look for another access point.
Tailored IT Solutions: access points and laptops need to communicate
With the RSSI adjusted, the access points and laptops could communicate with each other. Now, when a student walks to the edge of a bubble and the laptop gets to that threshold of performance, the AP says, “Hey you’re out of my limit. You need to start looking for another access point because I’m going to drop.” The device will then respond, “Okay, is there another access point that I can connect to that I’m getting closer to?” The laptop searches for a closer access point and switches over to it with barely even a hiccup.
Monitoring outages mitigates major issues
I also wiped out and rebuilt their controller on the server, so it was easier for us to manage and monitor outages. After setting up remote alerts for their network, I could see their outages ahead of time. We are able to mitigate major issues because I call the school every time a switch or an access point goes down.
The outcome of our Customized IT Solution
Before, the students would avoid using the wireless because it was just too unreliable. After I implemented these solutions, the students are using the Wi-Fi and are more confident that it will work. Now, it’s actually helping students with their education and learning. They can actually complete assignments. The Wi-Fi is being used for what it was intended for.
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A large manufacturer in Boise needed WiFi extenders. They needed them because they were adding a new ERP* system to assist with tracking and in-production job costing for their manufacturing line. They planned to use iPads in multiple buildings and throughout the property to update where they were in production.
*“Enterprise resource planning (ERP) refers to a type of software that organizations use to manage day-to-day business activities such as accounting, procurement, project management, risk management, and compliance, and supply chain operations.” –Oracle
The company had wireless internet in their business office and in their main building. But they did not have it in their other facilities throughout their property. To run multiple underground cables to different buildings would have been extremely expensive. It would have also disrupted their business’ production processes. In their day to day workflow, materials needed to be continuously shuttled around the property. And a major underground cable install would have considerably slowed this process down. So, their CIO asked our sales engineer if Integrinet IT could help with a solution to solve the issue.
Our Solution: WiFi Extenders
As a wireless solution partner with Ingram Micro, we leveraged their expertise with ours. After providing our clients with a map and their property dimensions, we put together a Point-to-Point solution to beam Internet to the other facilities on their property. We did this by mounting WiFi extenders–strong exterior wireless access points throughout their propert–which gave them WiFi coverage everywhere.
The cost savings for the project were considerable. Because they didn’t have to trench to multiple areas of the property and run conduit and cable throughout the entire area, they saved thousands of dollars. The project came in at less than $2,500 and the underground cabling system would have come in at ten times that.
With WiFi extension throughout the property, the company can now easily update inventory and track production line stages. These improvements have significantly increased efficiency in their overall production tracking process.
To conclude, if your business is experiencing similar problems, schedule a free consultation. Joe (Utah) and Fred (Idaho) specialize in learning about your specific business needs. They are excited to help you find solutions that are right for your business.
Improve your business communication & collaboration
Clifton Coffee Roasters (CCR) was the first specialty coffee roaster to adopt the Teamwork solutions from the Microsoft platform. This means they’re breaking new ground in communications methods for their industry. As the company expands, they depend on Teamwork solutions from Microsoft to:
manage their growth
help their employees connect in the most meaningful and productive ways possible
Want to increase productivity and drive innovation in your business? Check out this video to see how this company leads the way in business communication and collaboration innovation in their industry. And then contact Joe (Utah) or Fred (Idaho) at Integrinet IT to learn more by Scheduling a Free Consultation.
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The number-one benefit of Microsoft 365 for us has been the improved access. We have access to everything, anywhere we are in the world, as long as we can get online.
Will Hawkins President, Allpro Construction
The actual way you can maximize your business productivity
OneDrive for Business enables effortless access to files, including 1 TB of data for each user. As a result, you and your employees can work together and share documents easily, wherever you are.
When you access and edit your documents offline, your updated files sync automatically when you’re back online. This enables you to just pick up where you left off in your document when switching devices.
View or revert to a previous version of your document thanks to automatic saving and file versioning.
In addition to that, you can preview more than 270 common file types right from OneDrive for Business. That means that you won’t have to open a separate app.
Furthermore, you can stream a video on demand without waiting for it to download.
A large nonprofit company with multiple locations in Treasure Valley, Idaho was struggling with its project management. They had been using notepads, email, and in-person meetings to create and manage projects. It was difficult for them to track and advance a project. As a result, no one knew where they were in the process. Subsequently, it was a challenge for management to complete projects in an ineffective and efficient manner. So, they called us to discuss some technology options that would increase their productivity.
Inability to See the Bird’s Eye Perspective
Because they were not able to get an overall perspective of the components of each project, it took a long time to complete them. Consequently, this workflow was terribly slow and often frustrated everyone involved.
Additionally, frontline workers were not being supported throughout the problem resolution stages. It was difficult to maintain effective communication on projects between offices and departments.
Disorganized File Systems
Moreover, mid-level managers were doing more work than needed. Each time they had to put a project down to work on something else, they would often lose their place. Upon returning to it, they wasted a lot of time finding their notes, documents, and where they had left off.
Inability to Make Decisions Quickly & Confidently
The upper management was not able to make executive decisions as quickly as they wanted. As a result, their resolution and implementation processes moved too slowly for their needs.
As their Managed Services Provider, we researched various solutions. We presented them with 3 to 4 options. After hearing about each one, they chose the following Microsoft 365 products:
OneDrive and SharePoint for file storage
Teams for chat, video conferencing, and project management
Impact on Project Management
Manage your Files with Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint
They started using Microsoft OneDrive and SharePoint to save project files in one location. And everyone on the project team had access to them. With all the files in one place, each person always had an overview of the project. Team members that had to juggle multiple projects were able to move between projects more easily without wasting a lot of time figuring out where they left off.
Microsoft Teams gave them the ability to quickly communicate with each other about their projects. No need to compose another email for a short question. A secure conversation could be ongoing from a project’s start to end. Because Teams saves all conversations, they had the ability to easily review previous communications to bring them up to speed when returning to a project.
And with video conferencing available at a click of a button in Teams, face to face meetings were a breeze. Even with employees working remotely or at different office locations, they could easily and efficiently collaborate in video meetings.
Organizing communication and project files increased this company’s productivity. Microsoft 365 gave them the tools and we facilitated the install and management. They now are able to work more effectively and efficiently as teams to complete their projects. This solution has been a great relief for them and continues to save them time and frustration.
If your business is experiencing similar problems, schedule a free consultation. Joe (Utah) and Fred (Idaho) sit down with you to learn about your specific business needs. They are excited to help you find solutions that are right for your business. Give us a call (844) 400-0616.
Before switching to a Digital Business, employees at Clifton Coffee Roasters used analog solutions to communicate. They physically printed out all documents, filled them out by hand, and then brought them into the office. In the office, they would get scanned and entered into a computer. Sounds tedious, right?
Making the Switch from Analog to Digital
Powered by Teamwork solutions from Microsoft, Clifton Coffee Roasters team members communicate better than ever. Now, their team members stay connected from wherever they are located. With flexible communication tools like Forms, employees can contribute and work together on shared documents from personal devices. No printing or scanning required.
Check out this video (or read the transcript below) to learn how this business switched from analog to digital business solutions by connecting their teams and resources with help from Microsoft solutions.
We used to use a lot of paper from invoicing to timesheets to engineering logs for our food accreditation service. In the roastery, we had to physically write a list or sign off check sheets every morning when we opened to show that we were safe for food production. And we’re able to take a lot of those forms and make them paperless.
And then the other big one was when I used to visit coffee farms, I’d be scribbling notes on the back of a notepad or on my phone and then trying to either send the information back or get it back to the office so we could just be able to tell the story. Microsoft has allowed us to record this information through forms and allow anyone in my team to get access to it in real-time.
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Contact us to learn how you can switch from analog to digital business solutions by connecting your teams and resources with help from Microsoft solutions.
You may be already taking advantage of Office applications like Word, PowerPoint, and Excel. But do you know that Office 365 gives you the capability to access content from any device? Do you know that it allows you to leverage the power of AI to create more impactful content? Check out this guide for more on how Microsoft applications can help protect your sensitive data and accomplish more in your workday.
Choosing an MSP for your IT Services increases your Engineering Company’s productivity. Engineering companies come in all shapes and sizes. Your work sustains our homes and communities. It involves surveying, designing, producing, building, inspecting, testing, and validating the structures and systems that all of us use on a daily basis. This includes our roads, houses, wastewater systems, airplanes, automobiles, and more. Your goal is to design solutions with a lower carbon footprint and enhanced sustainability.
In order to achieve maximum efficiency with this kind of superhero work, you need a top-of-the-line and up-to-date computer network. Your computers, software, cloud connections, phones, servers, websites, cabling, and cybersecurity all need to work nicely and work nicely together. In our ever-evolving technological world, this is a full-time job on steroids. To increase your productivity, choose a managed service provider (MSP) for your IT Services.
Increasing your productivity is about saving you money and time. It includes keeping your data safe and sound.
Productivity = producing products and services in the least time and at the lowest cost without compromising quality and safety
Choosing an MSP Saves Time: Productivity increases with Specialization
Outsourcing your IT saves you time by delegating the care of your IT environment to a team of licensed professionals. These professionals are highly efficient at what they do because they do it all day, every day.
Way back in the year our country became a nation, a Scottish economist and moral philosopher named Adam Smith published a book that has since become part of classic economic thought. It’s called, “The Wealth of Nations”. He evaluated the benefits of specialization. By observing pin makers at a factory, he found that one worker could hardly produce one pin a day. But 10 people working together and performing different pin-making tasks could produce 48,000 pins a day.
Productivity increases with specialization because a person’s ability to perform the same task improves with practice. Repetition and iteration usually result in the improvement of tools and processes.
With outsourced IT services, a team of licensed IT professionals manages your computer network, while you focus on what you do best. Green building, seismic anchoring, aerospace, power generation, and many other awesome things. The result can be metaphorically equivalent to 48,000 pins a day for your engineering company!
Choosing an MSP Saves Money: The Economy of Scale
Because Managed Service Providers use the same tools to provide centralized services for multiple companies, they are able to offer them at a significantly reduced cost. Purchasing and maintaining these services on your own will cost you much more.
Additionally, IT service technicians act as your IT department. You won’t have to handle the normal responsibilities, costs, and liabilities that come with hiring an employee. And for small to medium-sized businesses, outsourcing will usually cost you much less than paying one employee’s salary.
Add Expertise: Keep Your Systems and Data Protected and Running at Peak Efficiency
Integrating a complexity of devices and people is no easy job for anyone, especially when they also have to be well trained in hackercombat and cybersecurity. Because your engineering firm has a handful of customized technology, your IT environment is most likely a complex management puzzle.
When you choose an MSP, there is a team of experts that knows your systems personally. They have foundational technical knowledge, significant experience, and a healthy desire and dedication to keeping up with rapidly changing technology. Having more than one person monitoring your systems 24/7 and on-call all day, every day is a highly effective solution for keeping your valuable files, systems, hardware, and data safe and running at peak efficiency.
If choosing a MSP for your IT services makes sense to you, give us a call today. We’re Integrinet IT, and we currently work with several engineering companies from Boise to Provo. We would love to be a part of your team to increase your productivity.