Intelligent Solutions is GROWING! We are pleased to announce that we have two new career opportunities in our IT Division and one opportunity in our CAPERS software division. If you know of anyone incredible and awesome, please send them our way. (An ... Read More
Intelligent Solutions is offering multiple opportunities both on the IT/Networking side of the business and within our CAPERS Software division.
Network Support Specialist - Intelligent Solutions, Inc.
(1-5 Years of Experience Desired)
Lau ... Read More
PRESS RELEASE: Richard Fugett Announces Retirement as CEO and President; Reed Konnerth Named Successor
MOKENA, IL (May 8, 2014) – Intelligent Solutions, Inc., a full-service network services provider located just outside of Chicago, IL, announ ... Read More
Good news! Microsoft has issued a security fix for the Internet Explorer Security Flaw announced earlier this week. Please ensure this update is applied to any workstation using Internet Explorer.
According to Microsoft:
Customers who have au ... Read More
Today, Government Security Response Teams issued a release urging Windows users to consider using Chrome or Firefox browsers instead of Internet Explorer; until Microsoft delivers a security fix.
This flaw affects all versions of Internet Explorer.
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As hackers get savvier, users need to be more vigilant. The latest attack is aimed at Google Docs and Google Drive users.
An email containing the subject line: Documents - contains a request to view an important document on Google Docs and includes ... Read More
Network Security Measures in Achieving CJIS Compliance
Stories of network security breaches seem to be in the news daily; from hackers accessing databases containing health information, debit cards and PINS, to malware taking over computers files an ... Read More
Every business is built on data. Data acquisition, processing and utilization have increased massively in the past 5-6 years; from customer and financial data, to proprietary data directly related to your business.
What would happen if you lost acce ... Read More
We are writing to alert you to a particularly nasty version of malware that is currently circulating. This malware called Cryptolocker, is also known as ransomware because it encrypts the files on your computer so that you can no longer ope ... Read More
Picture this. You walk into the office and everyone is staring at their computers, unable to access the network. This is frustrating by itself, but then comes the notion that the client database cannot be accessed, nor the network, nor any of your co ... Read More
There always seems to be an on-going debate among industry professionals regarding IT Certification importance in maintaining relevancy in the field. After all, isn’t experience just as important?
IT Certification is a formal process of determ ... Read More
As our appetite for storage continues to increase, we find ourselves moving to larger disks and larger arrays. In the past, RAID fit the bill as the statistical probability of two disks failing at the same time was low. As the number of disks and sto ... Read More
As centralized computing is moving back into the spotlight, business and organizations of all sizes are finding themselves faced with a dilemma that had been all but solved 15 years ago. In the 1990’s, we saw a shift from dumb terminals on desk ... Read More