Our IT Services.
Businesses large and small create and manage large volumes of electronic information or data. Much of that data is important. Some data is vital to the survival and continued operation of the business. The impact of data loss or corruption from hardware failure, human error, hacking or malware could be significant. A plan for data backup and restoration of electronic information is essential.
remote and onsite it support
Typically our team has the capability of resolving approximately 80% of client issues remotely, but make no mistake, we do make house calls. Whether it’s the severity of the issue, a miscellaneous requirement of your peace of mind we understand that sometimes onsite IT support is necessary.
Open Source Software
We specialize in software that is free to use but also offers commercial support. We realize budgets are tight and this option allows businesses to choose their own costs
“A deer is attacking the fax machine.”
Nobody likes a pessimist
Until the pessimist could see the future.
- At Interon, we obsess over everything that can go wrong. Little things like Karen in accounting deleting the current year budget spreadsheet.
- Big things like an earthquake leaving you without power for weeks.
- Or a deer running rampant in your office.
By anticipating events that can shut you down, we create a disaster recovery plan and test it.
- Is data backed up?
- Is it offsite?
- Can it be stolen?
- Does it protect critical files as well as servers, firewalls, etc?
We obsess over failures so you don’t have to.
“Try windows updates.”
We are waiting for your call
Our support staff is always available. Scheduled or unscheduled, we know phone calls are the easiest way to resolve a problem.
Until Karen in accounting gets a paper jam in the printer and now there is a burning smell near her desk.
We're running out the door!
If Karen in accounting has been allowed to work unsupervised and now you need someone onsite to make a physical repair, you can count on us to show up quickly.
We can also recommend great HR software to handle the various “Karen” incidents in the future.