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Work From Home is Here to Stay. Are You Ready?

Work From Home is Here to Stay. Are You Ready?

The year 2020 was nothing like what we had seen before. At a certain point in time, it felt like the world would come to a standstill. With lockdowns and travel restrictions imposed across the world, businesses were pushed into a ‘new normal’. One of the things that was a part of the ‘new normal’, was working from home. This WFH set up brought along with-it multiple challenges, especially to those organizations which were not into this model already. Accessing critical work information,...

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Are Your Data Security Measures Strong Enough?

Are Your Data Security Measures Strong Enough?

Let me start this blog by asking you a question. How did your business respond to the security threats brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic? The reason we are discussing this is because a recent survey conducted by Password Keeper and Ponemon Institute revealed that during the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic, the effectiveness of organizations’ IT posture in terms of cybersecurity dipped by almost 30%. One of the main reasons for the compromise in IT security was the hurried transition of so many...

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Your Guide to Microsoft 365: Part 1

Your Guide to Microsoft 365: Part 1

Are you considering investing in Microsoft 365? Whether you already use the Microsoft Office Suite and are now thinking of switching or considering whether to opt for this Microsoft product as your first Office tool, this blog will help you understand Microsoft 365 better. Learn what Microsoft 365 is all about in our 2-part blog series.   What is Microsoft 365? Let us start with what Microsoft 365 is. Microsoft 365 is a suite of Microsoft Office programs that includes email client,...

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Your Employee’ Social Media Account Was Hacked. How Does It Affect You?

Your Employee’ Social Media Account Was Hacked. How Does It Affect You?

Did you know that social media accounts are one of the favorite targets for cybercriminals? You may think cybercriminals would prefer to hack online banking accounts or shopping accounts, but that does not seem to be the case. Here is why. Social media accounts hold A LOT of personal information including name, email ID, date of birth, place of birth, place of work (your business!) high school attended, names of family, friends and pets, anniversaries, and more...which means, they are...

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New Protections for Enhanced Safe Browsing Users in Chrome

New Protections for Enhanced Safe Browsing Users in Chrome

Posted by Badr Salmi, Google Safe Browsing & Varun Khaneja, Chrome Security In 2020 we launched Enhanced Safe Browsing, which you can turn on in your Chrome security settings, with the goal of substantially increasing safety on the web. These improvements are being built on top of existing security mechanisms that already protect billions of devices. Since the initial launch, we have continuously worked behind the scenes to improve our real-time URL checks and apply machine learning models...

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Data Security in the ‘Work-From-Home’ Environment

Data Security in the ‘Work-From-Home’ Environment

2020 threw a lot of challenges at the world. One of them, from the business perspective, that overshadowed the others was cybersecurity. How to ensure data safety and security in an environment where businesses cannot really control what employees do even during work hours? With the world almost a year into the pandemic, new best practices emerged that will be in use not just during the pandemic, but probably also in the future, post-pandemic era. Because the trend of working from home now...

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Podcast: Cyber Resilience in a Remote Work World

Podcast: Cyber Resilience in a Remote Work World

The global pandemic that began to send us packing from our offices in March of last year upended our established way of working overnight. We’re still feeling the effects. Many office workers have yet to return to the office in the volumes they worked in pre-pandemic. For MSPs, that makes up a good portion of their clientele. Remote workers were abruptly pulled out from behind the corporate firewall, immediately becoming more susceptible to the targeted attacks of cybercriminals. Acceptable...

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5 Tips to get Better Efficacy out of Your IT Security Stack

5 Tips to get Better Efficacy out of Your IT Security Stack

If you’re an admin, service provider, security executive, or are otherwise affiliated with the world of IT solutions, then you know that one of the biggest challenges to overcome is efficacy. Especially in terms of cybersecurity, efficacy is something of an amorphous term; everyone wants it to be better, but what exactly does that mean? And how do you properly measure it? After all, if a security product is effective, then that means few or no cyberattacks should be getting through the lines...

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A Security Hack Does Not Have to Mean the End of Your Company

A Security Hack Does Not Have to Mean the End of Your Company

Statistics are showing that each year over 50% of small firms are victims of a cyber-attack or data breach. Why does this matter? Most smaller firms have not prepared business continuity plans to keep their IT infrastructure going in the event of an attack. Failing to do so often leads to the failure of the business. Delaying the creation of a business continuity plan is a bit like a younger person delaying writing a will, on the grounds that they are not likely to die soon. That may be true,...

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With Ransomware, The ONLY Cure Is Prevention

With Ransomware, The ONLY Cure Is Prevention

It just keeps showing up in the news. Ransomware seems to just not come to an end. If you have not heard, ransomware is a particularly nasty virus that freezes access to your data and then demands a ransom, usually in bitcoin. The worst thing about it is that once you are hit, there is almost nothing you can do. There are only 2 options: do not pay the ransom and lose your data or pay it. There is no "downloadable" fix. You are stuck. With ransomware, the ONLY cure is prevention. In the case...

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IT Red Flags to Watch Out For

IT Red Flags to Watch Out For

As someone running a SMB, you probably have a lot on your plate. You are the core decision maker, responsible for growing your business, keeping your clients happy and getting all the working done. Often, when you have so much going on, one area that gets overlooked is IT. When you are so busy looking into other things, the start of IT issues may slip your watchful eyes. In this blog, we discuss the IT red flags that you need to watch out for. Adware Ambush This happens generally when your...

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How a Positive Hybrid Work Culture Can Help You to Mitigate Insider Risk

How a Positive Hybrid Work Culture Can Help You to Mitigate Insider Risk

As Vasu Jakkal recently shared, we are operating in the most sophisticated threat landscape ever seen, and coupled with the next great disruption—hybrid work—security is more challenging than ever. Protecting from external threats is only one part of the challenge, though. You also must protect from the inside out—another facet of “assume breach” in your Zero Trust approach. Insider risks can be malicious or inadvertent, but all impact your most important asset: your data. As our recent Work...

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How MSPs can use Webroot Cyber Resilience Solutions to Get their Time Back

How MSPs can use Webroot Cyber Resilience Solutions to Get their Time Back

Although they didn’t always call themselves a managed service provider, that’s exactly what T-Consulting has been since its inception. According to Vera Tucci, founder and CEO of the Italy-based MSP, it was her mission to give her clients more than a basic hardware/software bundle with a few hours of IT consultation. She knew her clients needed a greater level of service, especially those whose businesses had grown from small family operations into larger companies, and that’s what she built...

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We Explored the Dangers of Pirated Sport Streams So You Don’t Have To

We Explored the Dangers of Pirated Sport Streams So You Don’t Have To

Manchester City Win the Carabao Cup Final, Many Illegal Streamers Lose The COVID pandemic has led to a surge in content consumption as people stayed home and turned to Netflix, Youtube and other streaming services for entertainment. Not everyone agrees with paying for the latest episode or album, however, and this rise has ran parallel with a rise in  digital piracy. Piracy is widespread and – ethical issues aside – makes for an interesting case study from a threat research perspective. In...

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Get Smart About Smartphones

Get Smart About Smartphones

With flexible working schedules, remote teams, and Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) policies in force, it is has become commonplace for employees and business owners alike to use smartphones for work purposes. A quick reply to an email, sharing that sales presentation, glancing over that vendor proposal–all on a smartphone–is something we all do on a daily basis. But with this convenience comes great security risks.   This Blog Discusses What They Are and How You Can Avoid Them. Mobile...

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FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

How soon can you start?

Usually we are able to start the on-boarding process the next day after we get an approval from our client. Depending on your specific case the on-boarding can take from 1 to 4 weeks.

How long does it take to speak with IT System Administrators?

We offer 24/7 support. If an emergency problem arises, we respond to our clients’ support needs, including on weekends. If it is a non-urgent service request, our client coordinators will open a ticket and a follow up will be made during normal business hours 8:00AM-5:00PM. On average our response time is 5 minutes. Our IT systems administrators are extremely fast at replying to emails and talking calls.

Do you monitor systems 24/7?

Yes, our IT support system administrators and network monitoring systems watch over the network 24/7 and identify issues before they turn into bigger problems. We identify and monitor all mission critical systems and applications for our clients.

Do your technicians maintain current vendor certifications?

Yes, our Systems Administrators hold various industry certifications and are required to keep their technical skills current through on-going training.

Do you require contracts?

No, we do not require service commitment time period in order to provide services.

What are Managed IT Services (MSP)?

Managed IT services are the practice of outsourcing a company’s IT support needs to a third party organization that specializes in these services.  It is a pro-active approach to managing the IT infrastructure of any company that has more than a handful of computers.  Organizations usually delegate IT operations to Managed IT Service Providers (MSPs) to address those types of responsibilities. This model is an alternative to the more reactive, break-fix or on-demand outsourcing model.  InVision Technology Solutions offers 4 different Managed Service Plans along with break-fix options for small and medium sized companies in the Phoenix Metro area.

Can I get a quote over the phone?

Yes, we can provide an estimate based on your current infrastructure. We need to collect some information about your company and we can give you an estimate over the phone. This process usually takes about 15 minutes.

Do you have written, guaranteed response time?

Yes, we guarantee a 1hr response time for all our managed service clients, however usually it is less than 10 minutes. It is written in our service agreements.

Do you keep track of IT inventory?

Yes, for clients on our managed service plans, we have developed a system which provides detailed information about their IT infrastructure for all systems covered by their plan, including all digital and physical assets.

Are your IT technicians US based?

Yes, all our IT consultants are in the Phoenix Metro Area. Every client has two dedicated engineers assigned and they are all based locally

TESTIMONIALS

What People Are Saying

After searching for months for a full-service IT solution and support provider, we found InVision Technology Solutions four years ago.  Since that time, InVision, and its President, Sandra Juarez, have helped improve the many facets of our IT infrastructure, accommodating company growth, and in a manner that provides excellent service and protects our Company.  InVision employees are knowledgeable, staying up to date on the ever-changing IT industry and, overall, its services fit well within our Company budget.  I highly recommend InVision Technology Solutions as a full-service, IT solution and support provider.

Tony Avalos

Financial Controller, The Quantum Group, USA, LLC

As a medical practice, we heavily rely on technology and quick access to our data in order to provide the best care to our patients. Since we hired InVision Technology Solutions, over 10 years ago, we felt like we finally could focus entirely on patient care rather than being distracted by constant IT issues. They are reliable, professional and knowledgeable. Not only they address issues at hand, but they anticipate, prepare and address potential IT threats before they can hinder our operations.

 

Ania Leyko, MBA

Finance Manager, Allergy Asthma Clinic, Ltd

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