The Intrinium Review, May 2020

The Intrinium Review, May 2020

Spring has officially sprung here at Intrinium -and with all the great new growth around us, we are growing too! We are proud to share, we are now supporting dental and orthodontics offices, their security needs, and the special challenges of coming back to the office after COVID-19 with our Dental IT program. Whether you are a dental practice or if you have any questions regarding this challenge and how Intrinium can be of service, please contact our office. 

As we all begin adjusting to work and our new way of life, we know many people have questions about how best to change and grow while keeping their information and systems secure and running smoothly. Intrinium is dedicated to assisting with this transition no matter what your business needs are. Whether you are still working from home and concerned about privacy, or an essential business navigating uncharted territory – Intrinium has the solutions and advice you are seeking.

We also have a new White Paper for your review and knowledge – it can be reached here. This whitepaper specifically describes the tricks and challenges of Ransomware and how best to keep your company secure. With the increase of targeted cyber attacks since COVID-19 began, we are seeing new strains of ransomware that are more destructive than ever before. To learn more about this topic and more relevant cybersecurity news, feel free to take a peek at our recent blogs below.

Thank you again for your continued support of Intrinium, our employees and their families during this time. As always, our team is here to help, please reach out to us here with any questions, comments or concerns.

 

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