July 2019 Newsletter
Know What Your Team Needs? Teams.
Did you know that 80% of employee time is spent collaborating with others? That begs the question: Are you giving your teams tools to make working together seamless?
Here at ITP, we use Microsoft Teams. It’s a tool enabled in Office 365 that provides one-on-one and group chat, screen sharing, and audio/video calls. It’s super slick – and it’s making huge improvements in team profitability and productivity.
Join Us at Forward Fest
We’ve partnered with Wisconsin’s largest technology and entrepreneurship festival to host a special event. Mark your calendar for our Hacker’s Havoc Happy Hour on Tuesday, August 27 from 5-7 PM.
Join us at the Palette Bar & Grill inside the new Hotel Indigo in Madison to discuss the current state of cyber threats and how organizations can safeguard their data. We’ll cover best practices and tools for protecting your business and your family from cyberattacks.
Beware This Office 365 Phishing Campaign
The latest phishing attack making the rounds will really put your employees’ cybersecurity awareness to the test.
The phishing email pretends to be from the “Office 365 Team” alerting recipients of an unusual amount of file deletions occurring on their account. It then encourages them to click a link to review the alert. The link takes them to a fake Microsoft login page that captures their login credentials.
For Microsoft accounts and Outlook.com logins, login forms will come from microsoft.com, live.com, microsoftonline.com, and outlook.com domains only. If you encounter a Microsoft login form from any other URL, avoid it.
WEBINAR: Hyperconverged for Cities and Schools – July 11
Think hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) is too expensive and complex for cities and schools? Think again. We’re dispelling the myths of HCI and showing just how simple and cost-effective it can be in your environment. Join ITP and the folks at Scale Computing for a look at how HCI can strengthen and streamline your network.
READ OUR BLOG POST: How to Radically Improve School and Gov’t IT Infrastructure
READ OUR CASE STUDY: City of Pewaukee
We Turned 16 This Year!
Time sure flies when you’re having fun helping businesses manage their IT. To mark this milestone, our CEO Paul Hager shares some of our history and highlights from over the years in a recent blog post. Learn how ITP got its start and what’s helped us make it this far. Plus, see how our website has changed over the years.
WEBINAR REPLAY: Cloud Backup and Disaster Recovery Planning
Whether it’s a natural (tornado or flood) or a digital (accidental deletion or ransomware) disaster, risks to your technology and infrastructure are always looming. Where do you even start to protect yourself?
This 30-minute webinar is designed specifically to help small and medium-sized businesses prepare for all aspects of a disaster.
READ OUR BLOG POST: Be Honest. Are You Really Prepared For a Data Disaster?
ITP Among the Best Small Businesses in Madison
Out of 32 nominees, ITP was among 6 companies to be named a 2019 Dane County Small Business of the Year. The awards spotlight companies with stellar community involvement, employee benefits, and growth.
Let’s Party! Photos From the ITP Employee Picnic
It ended up being a gorgeous (and windy) day for our annual employee picnic on June 22. Employees and their families gathered on the shores of Lake Winnebago at Lakeside Park in Fond du Lac for food and fun.
ITP at InBusiness Intros
We joined top executives and emerging leaders in the Madison business community at the beautiful Sylvee theater for an evening of networking.
We Walked to Support Easterseals
On June 26th, some ITP employees and their families headed to the Milwaukee Zoo for the 13th annual Walk With Me family fun walk. All proceeds from the event fund local programs providing vital services for children and adults with disabilities.