Is Your IT Partner Properly Managing Your NJ Insurance Agency’s Network?

Is Your IT Partner Properly Managing Your NJ Insurance Agency’s Network?

If you’re operating a New Jersey insurance brokerage or insurance underwriting firm, you’re working in a highly competitive market. Can your company afford to run afoul of insurance regulations and compliance matters when it comes to your computing? Or, deal with a system failure that prevents you from writing or renewing policies and handling your clients’ needs?

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Managed IT Services for Entertainment and Hospitality Venues

Managed IT Services for Entertainment and Hospitality Venues

Whether you’re running a five-star hotel or a country club, a multi-screen movie theatre or multi-faceted sports complex, your New Jersey entertainment or hospitality venue can’t afford downtime, glitchy Wi-Fi, or a POS system that’s non-compliant. Your guest experience needs to be seamless to stay competitive and your computing needs to be up and running as expected to provide great customer service as well as for your network’s protection.

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How IND Corporation’s IT Road Map Ensures Your NJ Company Meets its Business Goals

How IND Corporation’s IT Road Map Ensures Your NJ Company Meets its Business Goals

We’ve talked before about what your IT services provider should be doing to align your IT with your corporate goals. Now we’ll share what IND Corporation does for our clients as part of our consultative approach to managed IT services.

At IND, we develop your IT road map- the strategic plan that helps make sure your IT assets meet your business goals now and down the road. Meet our technology cartographers:

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How IND Helps NJ Companies Stay Clear of the Dark Web

How IND Helps NJ Companies Stay Clear of the Dark Web

We are all accustomed to navigating the surface web—the publicly available, searchable level of the internet we all browse. But like an iceberg, this is only about 4% of all web content; the overwhelming bulk of web content lies beneath, in the deep web and the dark web.

The deep web is content that is not or cannot be indexed by standard search engines, such as intranets, limited access networks, online banking websites, medical records, and email clients. It is estimated to comprise 95% of all internet content.

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