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Can Your Business Get Back on Track Quickly After a Disaster?

Can Your Business Get Back on Track Quickly After a Disaster?

When you are running a business, you have to be prepared in case a disaster strikes. Businesses that struggle to get back on their feet after a flood or other natural disaster often have difficulty remaining open over the long term. Whether you are just getting...

5 Ways Managed IT Services Can Save Your Business Time and Money

5 Ways Managed IT Services Can Save Your Business Time and Money

As your small business grows, the technology needed to run it becomes more complex. Although you can hire staff to handle your IT needs, assembling a team who can manage and monitor all your hardware and software can become expensive. In addition, dealing with...

ProviDyn Becomes Dropbox for Business Solutions Provider

ProviDyn Becomes Dropbox for Business Solutions Provider

Atlanta, Georgia – June 13, 2016 – Integris, a provider of IT support, strategy and services for small and medium-sized businesses and nonprofits, today announced it has joined the Dropbox Partner Network's channel partner program. In joining the program, Integris...

2 free tools every business needs for disaster preparedness

2 free tools every business needs for disaster preparedness

From earthquakes and hurricanes to power blackouts and cyberattacks, disasters can wreak havoc on business operations – sometimes permanently. According to the U.S. Small Business Administration, an estimated 25% of businesses don’t reopen after a major disaster. The...

The Real Story: Continuity Vs. Backup

The Real Story: Continuity Vs. Backup

This is a MUST READ for Business Executives! The difference between continuity and backup is akin to the difference between the pitcher and the whole baseball team. Backup is a part of continuity, but in the IT world of today it is only a player and not the whole...

How downtime may cost your small business big dollars

How downtime may cost your small business big dollars

Technology is not perfect (as much as we might like it to be). Despite all the advances, we still expect hardware to break, Internet to go down and software to become infected with viruses. When these events happen, they cost any business, no matter the size. The data...

Top IT questions you need to ask when scaling your business

Top IT questions you need to ask when scaling your business

For any business owner, growth is a positive indication that you’re on the right track to success, whether it takes the form of increased employee numbers, boosted profits or a presence in new markets. However, being able to anticipate how to scale your business to...