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You’ve Been Breached: Now What?

It can happen to anyone – you’ve taken steps to limit your exposure to a cyber incident. You’ve purchased and implemented top-of-the-line IT solutions. You’ve carefully thought about security best

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How to Spot a Phishing Attempt

Phishing is one of the most common, yet dangerous methods of cybercrime. It utilizes deceptive messages to trick victims into clicking untrustworthy links, downloading malicious attachments, or divulging sensitive information.

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HIPAA 101

Maintaining compliance in today’s ever-changing environment is no easy task, particularly within the healthcare space. In the past, hackers opportunistically targeted providers due to poor security networks and infrastructure. Over

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CyberSecurity

4 Phishing Attack Trends of 2019

Few cyber threats are as prevalent and costly as phishing attacks. In 2018, Microsoft documented a 250% increase in phishing campaigns, which masquerade as legitimate products or services but actually carry malicious

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Remodel Started

We will be moving into our very own building in July. The new building is also located in Kent so we will be calling Kent our home for the foreseeable

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2019 South Sound Heart Ball

Raj and Kamal co-chaired the 2019 South Sound Heart Ball on Friday April 26th. Under Raj and Kamal’s leadership, the campaign raised $400,000 – which is the most amount the

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Employee of the Year – 2018

2018 was an amazing year for my personal growth and improvements, but I couldn’t have done it without having such a willing and able team helping me along the way.

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Karson and Noodles

Meet Karson! When he isn’t working hard to resolve your I.T. issues, he is enjoying noodles at his favorite noodle place in Seattle Samurai Noodles. When asked what attracts him

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5th Year Anniversary

Happy Anniversary!

We are celebrating our 5 year anniversary this year. It has been an amazing ride. In the 5 years, we have cultivated many relationships, clients on 3 continents and team

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New Team Member – Roy

We welcome Roy to our growing team of technology enthusiasts. Roy was born and grew up in the Pacific Northwest. His interests are music and technology. Roy teaches piano to

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Seattle Sikh Parade

On Saturday May 26th, inTech participated in the Annual Sikh Parade at the Showare Center in Kent. Heart disease is the leading cause of death among people of Indian descent

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New Team Member – Jake

We welcome Jake to our growing team of technology enthusiasts. Jake is originally from the state of New York. His interests are music, hiking and cats.

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Employee of the Year – 2017

Brayden was recognized as the Employee of the Year for 2017. We have a committee that recognizes and awards our team members monthly for Employee of the Month and the

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iPhone 8

Everyone knows that there is a huge fan base for Apple’s iPhone. On September 12th, Apple is scheduled to make some interesting announcements and the main announcement will be the

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Raspberry Pi Timer

At one of our manufacturing customers, something strange was happening. Employee lunch was at 11:45am. That became 11:40am over several months. And it was only moving earlier. After tracing out

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Seattle Sluggers Beep Baseball

It was Saturday Aug 26 and a beautiful Northwest summer day. We reached Rainier Beach High School and met with Kevin Daniel, coach for Seattle Sluggers. Seattle Sluggers are a

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Remodel

We are remodeling our office to add more space for our new team. We have been growing pretty rapidly – adding 2-3 people per quarter over the last year. We

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inTech Canada Location Opening

We are pleased to announce the expansion of inTech team to Vancouver, Canada. With our new office located at 8333 130th St, Surrey, BC. We are excited for the new

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iSwitched back to the iPhone

When your phone dies at 36 percent battery remaining, you replace the battery. When the second battery does the same thing, and re-calibrating the battery doesn’t work, you get a

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Kent Business Expo

Come see us at our booth at the Kent Business Expo today at the ShoWare Center. Looking forward to meeting some great people.

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We are at VMworld!

We are at the VMworld conference this year learning about all of the new technologies that are being introduced by the biggest names in the industry. We will post what we learned

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Know your terminology

We constantly come across a fair number of security related articles talking about security flaws, worms, viruses, Trojans and all manner of nasty sounding programs. With a large selection of malicious

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MIT Rivals Tor

MIT Rivals Tor   What is Tor? Tor is free software for enabling anonymous communication over the internet. It stands for “The Onion Router,” based on the original software project

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Password Security

The Basics of Security                 In any environment, the security system is only as strong as its weakest link. Why would you have a state of the art firewall if

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So You Want To Get Into IT…

We are always on the lookout for new talent, and as manager of our services team I interview a lot of candidates.  Some are just starting their career, some are

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Spring Forward!

Remember that Sunday morning we set our clocks FORWARD by one hour! Daylight savings has to do with energy savings. Remember, this Sunday on March the 13th, “Spring Forward” into the

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Using O365 Mailboxes and Permissions

Office365 is a fantastic mail platform with many options. However, due to the large amount of options, certain features are often unexplored. Specifically, there seems to be a lot of

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Crypto!

CryptoWall Viruses CryptoWall viruses such as CryptoLocker, AlphaCrypt and TeslaCrypt to name a few are ransomware trojans that encrypt any file that it has access to your on machine, delete

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Get off your phone!

Has technology become so important that we stopped paying attention to our surroundings, friends and loved ones? What happened to getting together with group of friends and just talking about

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De-Cluttering with Office 365

It’s Monday morning at the office, and you just came back from a lovely trip to Hawaii. It was a long overdue break from the technology, phone calls, and commutes

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Hoverboard Technology

You may have heard of Lexus creating a hoverboard, but that’s not this one! This hoverboard uses “Magnetic Field Architecture” (MFA) to hover around. Greg Henderson is the founder of

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Self-driving cars!

Google has launched their new cute little autonomous vehicle (self-driving car)! Isn’t that neat? A few of the company’s prototype vehicles are now roaming the streets of downtown Austin, Texas

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Cap-and-Trade System

The cap-and-trade system, designed by China, will combat the country’s pollution levels by setting limits and charging companies for their greenhouse gas emissions. This will come into effect in 2017.

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Autonomous Vessels

Earlier this month, the El Faro cargo ship went missing around the Bahamas. Approaching the Bahamas, El Faro came in contact with 125-mph winds and 50-foot seas of Hurricane Joaquin.

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Office 365

Today we will discuss the importance of having your emails in the cloud and what options you have you to choose from.

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