5 of the Most Compelling Reasons to Outsource Managed IT Services

5 of the Most Compelling Reasons to Outsource Managed IT Services

Here at Prototype:IT we want to help take your business to the next level, and outsourcing IT is one of the best ways to do that. Not only is outsourcing IT beneficial to you, it’s also great for your customers. If you’re still on […]

By |October 2nd, 2014|Technology|0 Comments|

The Importance of Cloud Computing

Cloud-based services seem to be everywhere. In fact, today many companies find it hard to imagine life without the Cloud. Their applications and technology infrastructures would not perform as well without the Cloud.

Today’s cloud computing can be said to have made companies much more efficient, allowing them to reduce costs and increase their businesses’ […]

By |September 11th, 2014|Technology|0 Comments|

The Benefits of Migrating to Office365

Migrate Your Office to the Cloud with prototype:IT and Office365
Office365 is the latest generation of the popular productivity suite from Microsoft – the the first to take your office to the cloud.

The benefits of migrating your business to Office365 include:

Cost - Since Office365 is a subscription-based service, it is fully scale-able on a user by user […]

By |May 1st, 2014|Technology|0 Comments|

Monetize Your Public Wi-Fi and Keep it Secure

Introducing Smart Access Management Service from Ruckus Wireless and prototype:IT…
Let prototype:IT simplify the roll-out of your public Wi-Fi network with the new Smart Access Management Service from Ruckus Wireless.  This new wireless solution is one of the most powerful Wi-Fi solutions currently available for restaurants, retail stores, hospitality – any environment where public Wi-Fi […]

By |April 21st, 2014|Company News|0 Comments|

Heartbleed bug: Time to Change Your Passwords Again

The Heartbleed bug is all over the news, but what is it and what do you need to do about it?

The Heartbleed bug is a glitch that leaves sites that rely upon a security system called Open SSL vulnerable.  The bug affects 1000s of sites ranging from Yahoo and Google to Tumblr and Healthcare.gov.  […]

By |April 17th, 2014|Technology|0 Comments|