Free Resources from ITNS Consulting!

We’re always looking to find new ways to help our clients, prospects, and our community. One of our key objectives is focused on increasing Security Awareness within our business community through our blog postsSecurity Awareness Training, and by providing helpful tools that make managing your IT systems more effective. Here are a few FREE resources you can use to assist in those endeavors…

Need a great checklist for assessing an IT provider’s security offerings?

When it comes to protecting your business, making assumptions can be a very dangerous proposition. That’s why it’s so important to identify and understand exactly what your IT Vendor is doing to securely protect your organization. This handy checklist will help you separate the “wheat from the chaff” when interviewing either your existing IT provider, or a prospective IT provider with regard to the level of security they bring to the table. Any IT provider that cannot answer each question in the checklist positively, or attempts to dodge, redirect, or make excuses should be avoided.

Download our 10 Cybersecurity Questions You Should Be Asking Your IT Vendor checklist.

We also invite you to also read the full article at: https://itnsconsulting.com/10-cybersecurity-questions-you-should-be-asking-your-it-vendor/

Trying to get a handle on your computer system’s inventory?

Here’s a handy Computer Inventory spreadsheet (Downloadable in either PDF or Excel format) that you can use to keep track of all your devices and create a computer refresh/replacement schedule.

Planning to move to Windows 10 and looking to upgrade those older Windows 7 computers?

January 14, 2020 is getting closer each day… and so is the end for Windows 7 and Server 2008/2008R2. We have a blog at https://itnsconsulting.com/the-end-is-near-for-windows-7/ to help you determine if any of your computers are qualified candidates for system upgrades to Windows 10 instead of paying for complete replacements. This is worth a serious look, as you can SAVE an estimated $600 per qualified computer! Download our Windows 7 upgrade checklist as a quick reference guide to help you decide.

ITNS Consulting  Provides Secure Solutions for Smarter Businesses…

Your business requires durable solutions that will provide maximum security, optimum versatility, and measurable productivity for every aspect of your operation. Our premium business solutions are designed to keep your organization protected against cyber threats, system failures, and other costly issues that result in unnecessary downtime and expense. We want to make sure you get the value and protection you deserve at a price you can afford. That’s why all of our services are provided by certified professionals who are dedicated to protecting your business.

Isn’t it time we had a meaningful conversation? Get in Touch with ITNS Consulting today and start receiving a better return on your technology investment. You’ll be glad you did!

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