ISDesign Joins Atlanta-Based MSP Medicus IT

ISDesign Joins Atlanta-Based MSP Medicus IT

Information Strategy Design (ISD) has officially joined forces with Atlanta based MSP, Medicus IT effective January 17th, 2019. By uniting these two healthcare-focused Managed Service Providers, the combined Medicus IT (MIT) organization is now one of the largest healthcare-focused MSPs in the nation.

ISD Introduces Beachhead SimplySecure™ as New Encryption Platform

ISD Introduces Beachhead SimplySecure™ as New Encryption Platform

Beachhead’s SimplySecure™ Management System is a single, configurable, web-based console with device modules that can be added in any mix or quantity for iPhone & iPads, Android devices, Windows & Mac PCs and USB storage devices. This unique system allows you to remotely secure the vulnerable devices in your organization - including those owned by employees.

This Month in Technology – June

This Month in Technology – June

June 4, 1977 – Introduction of VHS
The VHS videocassette format is introduced at a pre-show press conference at the 1977 Consumer Electronics Show in Chicago. VHS, or Video Home System, was based on an open standard developed by JVC in 1976. VHS featured longer playtime, faster rewinding, and fast-forwarding, enabling it to eventually dominate competing technology Sony BetaMax.

ISD Holiday Closures

ISD will be closed on Friday, December 25, 2015 in observance of the Christmas holiday and Friday, January 1, 2016 in observance of the New Year holiday.

On-call support will be available as needed at the after-hours rate.

Please call ISD at (480) 970-2255 and follow the prompts for after-hours support.

ISD’s Anchor Solution Offers Secure File-Sharing Services

Consumer-grade file sharing services like Dropbox™ can leave your business vulnerable. The need for a robust, secure file sharing and collaboration service - endorsed by IT and embraced by users - is now more crucial than ever.

Dropbox™ is a popular sync and file sharing solution with roots in a college dorm that has found mass adoption by consumers.

What Happened to Windows 9?

I guess Microsoft figured Windows 8 was so bad they needed to skip version 9 altogether. Microsoft recently gave the first look at its Windows 10 operating system, a major release to span all hardware from PCs to phones and try to address the ills that have dogged Windows 8. Microsoft promised an OS which will be more intuitive for the millions of workers still on Windows 7 and older OS’s. Here’s a rundown of some of the key points we learned about Windows 10.

What's in a name?

The natural name would have been Windows 9, but Microsoft is eager to suggest a break with the past.