Lamont Hatcher Recognized by Channel Futures DE&I List for Promoting Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Technology Channels

Lamont Hatcher Recognized by Channel Futures DE&I List for Promoting Diversity, Equity & Inclusion in Technology Channels Launched in 2021, the Channel Futures DE&I 101 recognizes individuals from diverse and multicultural backgrounds who are driving diversity, equity, and inclusion in the information and communications technology channel through their words, actions, and leadership. While organizations in […]

Ready To Migrate To The Cloud? Here are the Top 5 Benefits of Managed Cloud Services

The 2020 pandemic forced a lot of businesses to adopt remote work solutions to help improve their agility and resilience. Companies across the country made the switch to managed cloud solutions in order to keep up with the ever-changing tech landscape. By outsourcing their cloud needs to a third-party, these businesses can focus on their […]

Is Your IT Solutions Provider Protecting Your Organization From Supply Chain Attacks?

Cyber threats targeted against small to mid-sized businesses continue to increase and evolve as companies utilize technology for their processes. One of these growing threats is supply chain attacks, which are detrimental to businesses that depend on third-party suppliers. A recent study shows that supply chain attacks saw a 300% increase in occurrence from 2020 […]

AIS Ranked on INC 5000 list

AIS ranks in Inc. 5000 fastest-growing private companies

Inc. Magazine Unveils Its Annual List of America’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies—the Inc. 5000 Indianapolis, August 12, 2022 – Inc. magazine today revealed that AIS is ranked on its annual Inc. 5000 list, the most prestigious ranking of the nation’s fastest-growing private companies. The list represents a unique look at the most successful companies within the […]

How to Encourage Digital Transformation Without Putting Your Data at Risk

The COVID-19 Pandemic brought changes to just about every aspect of peoples’ lives. It also changed the landscape of many businesses in terms of how they operate and carry out services. One specific change was the rapid increase in digital transformation adopted by companies. Due to the pandemic, 64% of surveyed US respondents reported that […]

How Does Having Old Hardware Affect Your Cybersecurity?

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We know that replacing your company’s hardware—a whole computer, CPUs, drives, RAMs, etc.—can be expensive and time-consuming. But with the lightning-quick pace of technology advancements, old hardware has become a cybersecurity problem: legacy systems can double your risk of a data breach. You wouldn’t feel safe driving a car that needed an oil change 5 […]

Cyber Threats to the Educational Sector and How to Prevent Them

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While schools may not seem like the prime victims for cyber threats, the education sector is actually one of the most targeted industries for cyber crime.  In June of 2021, educational organizations were the target of more than 6.1 attempted malware attacks, whereas private businesses only experienced about 900,000 attacks. So why is the educational […]

AIS Ranks No.120 on Inc. Magazine’s List of the Midwest Region’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies 

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With a Two-Year Revenue Growth of  37.87%, AIS Ranks No.120 on Inc. Magazine’s List of the Midwest Region’s Fastest-Growing Private Companies  Companies on the 2022 Inc. 5000 Regionals Midwest list had an average growth rate of 147% percent.  Indianapolis, July, 12th– Inc. magazine today revealed that AIS is No. 120  on its third annual Inc. […]

So, You Think You’ve Been Phished? What Do You Do Next?

Cybersecurity attacks have become a major issue affecting companies everywhere. While there are various attacks cyber criminals use to gain access to sensitive data, phishing has proven to be one of the most common. These attacks become increasingly problematic as they become more sophisticated and harder to detect. Midway through 2021, there was a spike […]

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