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IT Consulting Services: How Small Businesses Can Leverage IT

IT Consulting Services: How Small Businesses Can Leverage Technology

IT (Information Technology) is sometimes considered to be a tool used by large multi-nationals to wield power and master efficiency in the digital world that we live in. It is often thought that small businesses cannot afford decent IT or IT Consulting services and as a result many small companies often make do with under powered and antiquated IT systems.

There are several factors that lead to these views – one of the most common ones is the lack of publicly available information and knowledge about IT as a business tool. Unfortunately IT is often shrouded in mystery, which makes it difficult for a non-technical person to really understand and consequently to relate to business needs.

The reality is that IT and specifically, IT consulting services, can help all businesses and it doesn’t have to come at a crippling cost to the business. At the core of IT lies automation – it is the key concept that makes IT what it is and it’s also one of the best tools that a business of any size can leverage.

it-consulting-servicesONIT Technology Solutions IT Consulting Services for small businesses in San Antonio understand that IT for small companies should mean the analysis of current business practices and the implementation of technology that enables those practices to work faster and more efficiently than before.

By its very nature an efficient and appropriate IT system will save a company countless hours of work through efficient processes, automation and effective communications across the board.
Of course, the opposite is true for antiquated or failing IT systems: having an IT system in place that has faults, is slow and crashes often is a drain on any business. If an IT system exhibits those flaws it is draining time, resources and money from a business on a daily basis, and potentially producing sub-standard work and processes that have a negative effect on the business at a much broader level.

When you consider what it is really costing a business to run a system that has those continuous problems, you can again see how investing in suitable and up to date IT really is just that – an investment.


Areas Covered

We provide a wide range of IT Consulting services in San Antonio as well as, cloud services, computer IT support, network services and data backup plans to get rid of computer problems to businesses throughout south Texas and Schertz, Seguin, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Stone Oak, Universal City, Pleasanton, Castle Hills, Leon Valley, Converse, Shavano Park, Cibolo, Olmos Park, Live Oak, Timberwood Park, New Braunfels.

IT Consulting management in San Antonio with local experts who can help and visit your business to resolve computer problems: Cloud services, IT Support San Antonio, Stone Oak IT Consulting, Leon Valley Network Services, San Antonio Data Backup Plan and Disaster Recovery, Stone Oak Information Technology Consulting and San Antonio Anti-Virus and Data Security.

 

Not “Feeling The Love” From Your Current IT Support Company?

Do They Act Like They Could Care Less About Keeping You As A Customer? 

Is Your IT Support Company Not Responding To Your Calls Quickly, Nickel-And-Diming You For Everything, Leaving Problems Unresolved For Days And Forcing You To Manage Them?

Getting your computer network, phones and software applications to work shouldn’t be a monumental project, yet we constantly hear the above frustrations (and worse!) from local business owners who call us when they’ve finally had enough of the poor services and excuses from their current IT support company.

Our Sweet Valentine’s Day Gift For You

If you’re finding that your current IT company just isn’t “showing you the love” anymore, we’d like to offer you a “sweet” Valentine’s Day gift of $250 in FREE IT support and services as a no-risk way of introducing our services to you and to entice you to “break up” with your current unresponsive, uncaring IT support company and give us a try.

… And even if you don’t have an immediate problem to solve, you can use your $250 in free services to have us conduct our proprietary 57-Point IT Systems Security And Performance Assessment on your office network.

During this Assessment, we’ll look for hidden problems developing under the surface that could turn into bigger, more disastrous events that could cost you thousands in lost productivity, downtime and computer repair bills. If nothing else, you’ll get a 3rd-party review of your computer network’s security, backups and performance; it never hurts to get a second opinion.

There’s Only One “Catch”

Because we’re giving away such a generous gift that will require a significant investment of our time and resources, I can extend this offer only to the first 7 potential new clients who respond, or until February 28, 2015, whichever comes first. This offer is valid only for businesses with 5 or more computers.

Call Us Today or Fill The Form Below To Activate Your $250 In Free IT Support Services To Diagnose And Work On The Computer Problem Of Your Choice And PROVE We Can Do A Better Job! 

Offer Expires February 28, 2015

Services We Provide:

Computer Support, IT Consulting, IT Network Security, Cloud Computing, Flat-Fee IT Services, IT Help Desk, Server Support, Server Migration Planning, Data Backups, Web Developement, and much more…

 


Areas Covered

We provide a wide range of email archiving systems as well as identity theft protection in San Antonio. Cloud services, data security, computer IT support, network services and data backup plans to get rid of computer problems to businesses throughout south Texas and Schertz, Seguin, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Stone Oak, Universal City, Pleasanton, Castle Hills, Leon Valley, Converse, Shavano Park, Cibolo, Olmos Park, Live Oak, Timberwood Park, New Braunfels.

Email archiving and security management in San Antonio with local experts who can help and visit your business to resolve computer problems: Cloud services, IT Support San Antonio, Stone Oak IT Consulting, Leon Valley Network Services, San Antonio Data Backup Plan and Disaster Recovery, Stone Oak Information Technology Consulting and San Antonio Anti-Virus and Data Security.

 

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Importance of Email Archiving for Big Data Trend

5 Reasons Why Companies Large And Small Are Rushing To Implement “E-mail Archiving” To Protect Themselves

Here’s an issue you may not have given much thought to, but that could become a major issue at some point: saving e-mail communications to employees and clients that contain company policy changes, contract changes, alerts or other critical communications.

So why not just save them in your inbox? Because eventually you’ll run out of space; and searching through hundreds of thousands of e-mails is not always a simple and easy task. Here are 5 BIG reasons why you need an email archiving system:

1. Compliance. While the e-mails and data subject to regulatory statutes varies by industry, ALL e-mails that contain employee and client records, contract negotiations, company policy changes and employee reviews and reprimands should be stored and archived for easy retrieval.

2. Litigation Support. If you are ever sued, you may be ordered by the court to produce documentation to support your case; such documentation includes e-mails. Problem is, pulling e-mails off a tape drive backup can be a massive undertaking. In one such case, USB Bank had to pay an IT firm over $265,000 to pull e-mail communications previously sent.

3. Free Up Storage Space. If you’ve ever had your e-mail stop working because you’ve exceeded your storage space, you know how frustrating this can be. Email archiving eliminates this problem finally and forever.

4. Improve Workflow Systems And Procedures. Another upside to email archiving is your ability to search, document and organize information pertaining to servicing customers, delivering a product, sending out an RFP, selecting vendors, etc.

5. Ease Of Finding E-mails. Let’s face it; we’ve all had the daunting task of trying to find an e-mail sent months ago. An email archiving system would allow you to perform searches of both keywords and attachments to find e-mails in minutes – even seconds – rather than hours or days.

Want To Discover How Easy And Inexpensive E-mail Archiving Is? Call Us During The Month Of April For A FREE E-mail Evaluation And FREE Month Of E-mail Archiving Service: 210-273-4524 or drop us a line here.

Areas Covered

We provide a wide range of email archiving systems as well as identity theft protection in San Antonio. Cloud services, data security, computer IT support, network services and data backup plans to get rid of computer problems to businesses throughout south Texas and Schertz, Seguin, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Stone Oak, Universal City, Pleasanton, Castle Hills, Leon Valley, Converse, Shavano Park, Cibolo, Olmos Park, Live Oak, Timberwood Park, New Braunfels.

Email archiving and security management in San Antonio with local experts who can help and visit your business to resolve computer problems: Cloud services, IT Support San Antonio, Stone Oak IT Consulting, Leon Valley Network Services, San Antonio Data Backup Plan and Disaster Recovery, Stone Oak Information Technology Consulting and San Antonio Anti-Virus and Data Security.

 

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Identity Theft Protection, Could You Be The Next Hacking Victim?

Identity Theft Protection

Over 100 Famous Hollywood Actresses’ Secret Naked Smartphone “Selfies” Stolen By Hackers And Brandished All Over The Internet.

As you probably read, earlier this year over 100 celebrities (including Hunger Games star Jennifer Lawrence, swimsuit model Kate Upton and many more) recently had naked and explicit photos hacked from their iCloud accounts and published online. The hackers aggressively attempted to blackmail many others, threatening to post their pictures online.

While it’s very easy to dismiss these hacks as a publicity attempt targeting only the rich and famous, it’s scary to think of all the data we have in our businesses that we would never want in the hands of any criminal.

Small Businesses Are Actually A Cybercriminal’s Favorite Target

Why? Because small business owners don't have any kind of identity theft protection and are not prepared, making it easier on criminals. One of the biggest issues facing small business owners in the fight against cybercrime is the lack of a cybersecurity plan. While 83% lack a formal plan, over 69% lack even an informal one. And over half of small business owners believe that cybercrime will never affect them.

Cyber-attacks cost SMBs an average of $188,242 each incident, and nearly two-thirds of the businesses affected are out of business within 6 months (2011 Symantec/NCSA Study). A separate study by Verizon showed that over 80% of small-business cybercrime victims were vulnerable because of insufficient network security (wireless and password issues ranked highest). With insecure networks and no formal identity theft protection plan to combat them, we make it easy on the criminals.

Fight Back Against Cybercriminals With This Free Report: What Every Business Owner MUST Know To Protect Against Online Identity Theft

This free report outlines in plain, non-technical English common mistakes that many small business owners make with their computer and network security that put their personal information and identity at risk of being stolen.

Download this FREE REPORT here.


 Areas Covered

We provide a wide range of identity theft protection services in San Antonio as well as, cloud services, computer IT support, network services and data backup plans to get rid of computer problems to businesses throughout south Texas and Schertz, Seguin, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Stone Oak, Universal City, Pleasanton, Castle Hills, Leon Valley, Converse, Shavano Park, Cibolo, Olmos Park, Live Oak, Timberwood Park, New Braunfels.

Identity theft protection and data security management in San Antonio with local experts who can help and visit your business to resolve computer problems: Cloud services, IT Support San Antonio, Stone Oak IT Consulting, Leon Valley Network Services, San Antonio Data Backup Plan and Disaster Recovery, Stone Oak Information Technology Consulting and San Antonio Anti-Virus and Data Security.

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Data Security Warning If Running Server 2003

Data Security Warning For Businesses Running Windows Server 2003

If your organization is currently running Microsoft Server 2003 on one or more servers in your office, you need to know about a dangerous data security threat to your organization that must be addressed very soon. Please take a moment to read this important announcement.

As your local Microsoft Registered Partner, we are aggressively reaching out to all businesses within the San Antonio area that use Microsoft Windows Server 2003 to alert you to this serious data security risk to your organization and inform you about what you need to do now to protect your company.

Server 2003 Changes Must Be Made Between Now And The Middle Of 2015 data-security-san-antonio

Microsoft has officially announced that it will retire support on the Server 2003 operating system on July 14, 2015. Once support ends on this 11-year-old product, there will be no further patches or data security updates, exposing any company running this software to major data security and compliance risks. Any server with this software installed will be completely exposed to serious hacker attacks aimed at taking control of your network, stealing data, crashing your system and inflicting a host of other business-crippling problems you do NOT want to have to deal with.

Unless you don’t care about cybercriminals running rampant in your company’s server, you MUST upgrade any servers running this operating system.

FREE Windows Server 2003 Migration Plan Shows You The Easiest, Most Budget-Friendly Way To Upgrade

As a local Microsoft Certified Partner, my company has committed to helping businesses in the San Antonio area by offering a Windows Server 2003 Migration Plan for FREE.

The first step in any major project is preparation. At no cost, we’ll come to your office and prepare a customized Server 2003 Migration Plan for your office. In this plan, we will map out the exact steps you need to take to ensure proper migration, including the need for planned downtime, software and data restore procedures, and alternative migration options that minimize the costs involved.

You can call us at (210) 273-4524 or contact us.


Areas Covered

We provide a wide range of data security services in San Antonio as well as, cloud services, computer IT support, network services and data backup plans to get rid of computer problems to businesses throughout south Texas and Schertz, Seguin, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Stone Oak, Universal City, Pleasanton, Castle Hills, Leon Valley, Converse, Shavano Park, Cibolo, Olmos Park, Live Oak, Timberwood Park, New Braunfels.

Data security management in San Antonio with local experts who can help and visit your business to resolve computer problems: Cloud services, IT Support San Antonio, Stone Oak IT Consulting, Leon Valley Network Services, San Antonio Data Backup Plan and Disaster Recovery, Stone Oak Information Technology Consulting and San Antonio Anti-Virus and Data Security.

 

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Urgent Notice, Very Dangerous Cryptowall 2.0 Ransomware

What exactly is CryptoWall ransomware?

CryptoWall is a file-encrypting ransomware application launched around the end of April 2014 that targets every versions of Windows including Windows XP, Windows Vista, Windows 7, and Windows 8. The mass media is normally confusing CryptoWall with the CryptoLocker virus, when it is far more comparable to the CryptoDefense ransomware. The most obvious similarity being that CryptoWall’s Decryption Service is practically identical to the one for CryptoDefense. In the second week of October 2014, the malicious software programmers launched a brand new version of CryptoWall referred to as CryptoWall 2 .0. This latest variation integrates a few extra modifications.

When you are initially affected with CryptoWall it is going to scan your system for documents and “encrypt” them utilizing RSA encryption so these files will no longer be able to open. As soon as the virus has encrypted the documents on your personal computer drives it will launch a Notepad window and an Internet Explorer page, which contains directions on how exactly to access the CryptoWall Decryption Service where you can pay a ransom to buy a decryption package. The ransom price begins at $500 USD and after 7days increases to $1 ,000. This ransom has to be paid out in Bitcoins and sent out to a Bitcoin address that is created per affected user.

This new version of CryptoWall is an enormous danger for computer users and network staff because it will encrypt all of the local data and documents situated on network shares. CryptoWall 2 .0 currently contains modifications which make it far better for the malware creator and many times tougher for a victim to recover their documents free of charge. These modifications consist of distinctive wallet IDs to send ransom payments, safe removal of original unencrypted computer files, as well as the usage of their unique TOR gateway.

CryptoWall is spread through email messages with ZIP attachments consisting of executables that are concealed as PDF files. These PDF documents simulate to be invoices, purchase orders, bills, or any other business communications. After you double-click on the bogus PDF, it is going to contaminate your PC with the CryptoWall infection and deploy malware data files either in the %AppData% or %Temp% folders. Once infected with the virus, the installer will begin to examine your computer’s hard drives for files that it is going to encrypt. While the contamination is looking through your computer it will skim through all drive letters consisting of removable drives, network shares, or even DropBox mappings. To sum up, when there is a disk drive letter on your desktop it will be scanned for documents by CryptoWall.

What do you have to do if you find out your system is contaminated with CryptoWall

Should you realize that your PC is affected with CryptoWall you have to rapidly scan your system with an anti-virus or anti-malware software. Sadly, most of the people usually do not realize CryptoWall is on their computer system until it shows the ransom note and your documents have already been encrypted. The scans, however, will at least, identify and also get rid of any other virus that may have been set up in addition to CryptoWall.

Can you decrypt documents infected by CryptoWall?

Unfortunately at this time, there is NOT any solution to retrieve the private key which you can use to decrypt your data files without paying the ransom on the CryptoWall Decryption Service. Brute forcing the decryption key is not reasonable as a result of the amount of time needed to break an RSA encryption key. Additionally any specific decryption resources and software that have been launched by numerous organizations is useless with this virus. The only possibilities you have of recovering the documents are from a backup, file recovery tools, or if your fortunate from Shadow Volume Copies.

Network Shares on infected computerscryptowall

CryptoWall will encrypt computer data on network shares but only when that network share is mapped as a drive letter on the contaminated computer. In case it is not mapped as a drive letter, then the virus will not encrypt any data on that network share.

It is highly recommended that you protect all available shares by only permitting writable accessibility to the ony the essential user groups or authenticated individuals. This really is a crucial safety standard that needs to be always in place no matter if you have a virus like CryptoWall or not.

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cryptowallAn adjustment which will benefit affected people who want to pay the ransom are the addition of exclusive bitcoin transaction addresses for every single victim. The first version of CryptoWall could not generate an exclusive bitcoin transaction internet address for every victim. This made it easy for individuals to take other victim’s payment activities and utilize them toward their ransom. With unique payment addresses for everyone, this is no longer achievable.

An additional modification is that CryptoWall will now securely erase the original documents. Initially, CryptoWall would encrypt the computer data and then just erase the original. It would then be possible for you to utilize computer data recovery programs to attempt to restore your information. Now that CryptoWall is securely eliminating your data, this technique will no longer do the job, therefore, you will have to restore from backups or pay out the ransom.

The last refinement is that CryptoWall 2 .0 utilizes unique TOR network gateways. CryptoWall’s ransom payment servers are situated on these TOR computers which permits the virus designers to remain invisible from the respective authorities. To be able to get connected to the server you need access to the TOR network and for the majority of individuals, the installation of TOR is a complicated and challenging procedure. To resolve this, CryptoWall used a Web-to-TOR gateway which would permit affected people to quite easily access the transaction server. When the Web-to-TOR gateway companies realized that CryptoWall was employing their gateways, they began to blacklist those payment servers in order to make them inaccessible. Now that CryptoWall 2 .0 utilizes a unique TOR server they don’t need to bother about getting blacklisted. The existing Web-to-TOR gateways controlled by the CryptoWall designers are tor4pay .com , pay2tor .com , tor2pay .com , and pay4tor .com .

We are still evaluating this most recent variation and as more details are available we’ll to make sure to report it. For more information on this, to get help if you’ve been infected or need to prevent these from happening in your company,  call us at (210) 273-4524 or Contact Us.

 

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Does Your Computer Expert Scare You To Death?

Does The Thought Of Your In-House Computer Expert Leaving Scare You To Death?

Here’s a scary question most businesses don’t think about: what would happen if your computer guy suddenly quit? Most business owners think it would only be a temporary inconvenience, when, in fact, the opposite is usually true. Want to know how much you are at risk? Ask yourself the following 6 frightening questions:

  1. Do you have written network documentation about your computer network? What software licenses do you own? What are the critical administrator passwords to your systems and devices? Howcomputer-expert-san-antonio is your computer network structured? What hardware do you own and when do your equipment warranties expire? Are there cloud vendors for e-mail, online storage, hosted line-of-business applications, etc., that you don’t currently have? You should NEVER allow a single IT person or company to keep this information under their full control over your network and company. If they suddenly left for any reason, this could lead to huge consequences for your company.
  2. Do you know where your backup files are stored and if they are being stored properly? If you are like most business owners, you’re too busy dealing with the “crisis of the day” to think about system backups and probably leave tasks to your internal expert. If your database gets fried and your tech is nowhere to be found, you might be in a lot of trouble.
  3. Do you have a written plan for restoring your network fast in case of a disaster? If you don’t have a fully tested disaster recovery plan for your office, you could be at serious risk without ever knowing it until something happens.
  4. Do you know where all of your software is stored? Bad things can happen to computers and servers, and the situation can be made worse if you are not prepared. Taking a minute to organize and store your software in a secure place can save you a considerable chunk of money in the event that you need to restore a program on your systems. If you don’t have access to the software or don’t know where it is located, you might be forced to buy the software again.
  5. Do you know what routine maintenance is being done on your network? I know that the very idea of learning about and keeping track of all the servers, workstations and peripherals on your network is about as welcome as a black cat crossing your path, but it is important information to maintain. If your in-house expert leaves, who will take over?
  6. Do you know how to protect yourself from an ugly security breach if your in-house computer expert leaves? What happens if your in-house expert splits with no warning AND has access to your company’s network? As soon as humanly possible, you should disable his or her access, including remote access to your network and all cloud-based applications.


So how did you do? If you answered “no” to even one of these questions, you need to get the answers now, before it’s too late. Call us at (210) 273-4524 or Contact Us for immediate help.


Areas Covered

Our computer experts provide a wide range of complete computer IT support, disaster recovery, network services and data backup plans  to businesses throughout San Antonio, Schertz, Seguin, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Stone Oak, Universal City, Pleasanton, Castle Hills, Leon Valley, Converse, Shavano Park, Cibolo, Olmos Park, Live Oak, Timberwood Park, New Braunfels and throughout Southern Texas.

Local computer experts who can help and visit your business on-site: IT Support San Antonio, Stone Oak IT Consulting, Leon Valley Network Services, San Antonio Data Backup Plan and Disaster Recovery, Stone Oak Information Technology Consulting and San Antonio Anti-Virus and Security.

 

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Disaster Recovery and 5 Easy Things You Should Do To Protect Your Business Now

Disaster recovery? Insurance? Policies?

Let’s face it: no one likes to think about bad things happening to them, much less plan for them. But since September is National Disaster Preparedness Month, we want to give you a quick “brush-up” on some simple things you can (and should!) be doing to protect your business.

  1. disaster-recovery-san-antonioReview Your Business Insurance Carefully. Most businesses carry some type of general liability insurance that would pay them if their building and the things in it were damaged. However, many businesses do not have enough coverage to replace all the computer equipment and devices, desks, art, supplies and other things they’ve accumulated over the years that are housed in their office. Make sure you review your policy every year and keep in mind new additions and assets you’ve accumulated during that year.
  2. Consider Cloud Computing. One of the biggest advantages of cloud computing is that your data and assets are stored off-site in a highly secure, high-availability data center, with failover and redundancy built in. That means that if your building were destroyed and you had to evacuate, or if your server melted down due to an unexpected hardware failure, everything you’ve worked so hard to create over the years is safe and not a sitting duck in your unsecured closet or server room.
  3. Secure Your Data. Making sure that your data is protected from theft is a never-ending battle you don’t want to lose. Companies that get hacked and expose sensitive client and employee data can face severe penalties, lawsuits and massive loss of credibility in the marketplace. Make sure you never have to send an e-mail to your customers explaining the bad news that a hacker accessed their info through you. Further, if you keep any sensitive information (even passwords to portals containing sensitive information) on portable laptops, phones and other devices, make sure you have a way of controlling and safeguarding that information.
  4. Write A Simple Disaster Recovery Plan. The key word here is “simple.” If your plan gets too complicated or difficult, you won’t do it. But at a minimum, think of the disaster that is most likely to happen and that would have a severe and negative impact on your company’s survival.
  5. Review Your Employee Internet Policy. With so many people “addicted” to Facebook and Twitter, it’s important that your employees know where the line is in what they can and can’t post online. We also recommend content-filtering software to block content and web sites you don’t want employees visiting during work hours.

 

Call us at 210-273-4524 during the month of September and we’ll give you a Disaster Recovery Business Assessment for FREE (a $497 value)!


Areas Covered

We provide a wide range of complete computer IT support, disaster recovery, network services and data backup plans  to businesses throughout San Antonio, Schertz, Seguin, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Stone Oak, Universal City, Pleasanton, Castle Hills, Leon Valley, Converse, Shavano Park, Cibolo, Olmos Park, Live Oak, Timberwood Park, New Braunfels and throughout Southern Texas.

Local experts who can help and visit your business on-site: IT Support San Antonio, Stone Oak IT Consulting, Leon Valley Network Services, San Antonio Data Backup Plan and Disaster Recovery, Stone Oak Information Technology Consulting and San Antonio Anti-Virus and Security.

 

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HaaS – Hardware As A Service Is Becoming A Common Option For Businesses

Hardware As A Service

Could Buying A Computer Actually INCREASE Your Cash Flow?

If you dread writing checks for a network upgrade because it hits your cash flow in a big way, then you’ll want to look into HaaS or “hardware as a service.” HaaS is becoming a more common option for bus
inesses because it allows you to pay for ALL your IT services – hardware, installation, security, backups, applications, Internet, etc. – as a flat-fee service, thereby eliminating the heavy cash-flow hit of upgrading or expanding a computer network and giving you the ability to write off 100% of your IT expenses without having to depreciate those assets over time.

Additionally, your IT provider takes total responsibility for the maintenance of your network. Like businesses that lease their equipment, HaaS (hardware-as-a-service) customers pay monthly for their infrastructure. This allows them to keep more cash in their pocket and gives them the tax advantage of converting a typical capital expense into an operational expense. But unlike leasing, HaaS can also do the following:hardware-as-a-service

1) No More Expensive Surprise Upgrades. With HaaS, your computers are automatically replaced with new ones every 3-4 years, ensuring compatibility with almost any software refresh. No end-of-lease buyouts of
outdated equipment or ever having to re-lease equipment again.

2) Warranties Are A Thing Of The Past. With a HaaS program, you get your equipment AND the service included in the monthly cost. Anything that goes wrong with the computer (like the inevitable computer crash just days after your warranty expires) is our problem to resolve. Plus, since HaaS computers are replaced on a regular schedule, you don’t have to settle for refurbished parts or old computers for long.

3) One Easy Invoice. Purchasing via a HaaS program is like having a condo. You get control of what goes in it, but don’t have to worry about maintenance, building-code issues or updating the facade. Everything in one low monthly fee!

Looking to upgrade equipment while saving cash? Call us today at 210-273-4524 to find out if HaaS is right for you.

Looking for a way to get new computers without the big up-front outlay of cash? Call us today to learn more about HaaS (hardware-as-a-service) and find out if it’s a right fit for your business.

Enjoy these benefits with HaaS:

– Avoid expensive computer and server hardware upgrades.
– Free software licensing and upgrades.
– Your warranty is covered by us.
– Pay-as-you-go service.
– Your full monthly expense is a tax write-off.

Call 210-273-4524 or go online: www.123onit.com/HaaS to start saving.


 

Areas Covered

We provide a wide range of complete cloud services, hass, hardware as a service, and IT support, network services and data backup plans to get rid of computer problems to businesses throughout San Antonio, Schertz, Seguin, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Stone Oak, Universal City, Pleasanton, Castle Hills, Leon Valley, Converse, Shavano Park, Cibolo, Olmos Park, Live Oak, Timberwood Park, New Braunfels and throughout Southern Texas.

Local experts who can help and visit your business on-site to resolve identity theft problems: Cloud services, IT Support and computer service in Stone Oak IT Consulting, Leon Valley Network Services, San Antonio Data Backup Plan and Disaster Recovery, Stone Oak Information Technology Consulting and San Antonio Anti-Virus and Security.

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It’s Time To Declare Freedom From Online Identity Theft

Online Identity Theft

If you want to prevent your personal or business identity from being stolen by a cybercriminal, this report is a MUST-read! This informational report outlines in plain, non-technical English common mistakes that many small business owners make with their computer and network security that puts their personal information and identity at risk of being stolen. It also further explains what identity theft is, and how you can prevent it from happening to you and your business.

You’ll Discover:

– The top 3 ploys used by online identity thieves to easily gain access to your business and personal information, and how to avoid them.identity-theft

– 10 sneaky e-mails used to steal your identity that you should IMMEDIATELY delete if they land in your in-box.

– One easy, surefire way to keep your network and computers safe and secure from online thieves.

– What you need to know about the NEW scams being used to steal personal information via social media sites like Facebook.

– Best practices to prevent you or your employees from inadvertently giving away passwords and other “keys to the castle” to Internet criminals.

 

Download your free copy today!

During the month of July, we are offering a free download of our informational report, “What Every Business Owner MUST Know To Protect Against Online Identity Theft.”

Get yours FREE today

Areas Covered

We provide a wide range of complete cloud services, identity theft protection, computer services and IT support, network services and data backup plans to get rid of computer problems to businesses throughout San Antonio, Schertz, Seguin, Boerne, Canyon Lake, Stone Oak, Universal City, Pleasanton, Castle Hills, Leon Valley, Converse, Shavano Park, Cibolo, Olmos Park, Live Oak, Timberwood Park, New Braunfels and throughout Southern Texas.

Local experts who can help and visit your business on-site to resolve identity theft problems: Cloud services, IT Support and computer service in Stone Oak IT Consulting, Leon Valley Network Services, San Antonio Data Backup Plan and Disaster Recovery, Stone Oak Information Technology Consulting and San Antonio Anti-Virus and Security.

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