Five for Five: 5 Updated You Can Read in 5 Minutes

What's been going on throughout November? We're bringing you the most relevant updates to aid the ongoing success of your business and keep you informed. 

Microsoft 365 Assessment

Are you using Microsoft 365 and Microsoft Teams? Has your organization configured it correctly? Has it been secured properly? Are you utilizing the correct licensing or are you paying for stuff you don't need? Take our Microsoft 365 Training and Webinars a step further. Get more information on requesting a Microsoft 365 assessment from The IT Company today!

More Information on Requesting an Assessment 

Are You Prepared for Crisis?

2020 has presented us all with unknowns in the workplace and in our daily lives. Were you prepared? Paul Sponcia joined Hank Brown in creating a series of video content discussing the best ways to prepare yourself and your business for crisis. 

Episodes two and three focus on risk management and normalcy bias, in terms of preparing for crisis. Check out the "Are You Prepared for Crisis?" series.

Watch the Series!

The IT Company is About Growth.

At The IT Company we end your I.T. frustrations to help you achieve the strongest business outcomes possible. That means that as you continue to grow and expand, we walk alongside you in ensuring your I.T. needs match the vision of your growth. 

Baptist Eye Surgeons has been serving East Tennessee since 1997, offering a wide range of medical and surgical eye care aimed at preserving or restoring the gift of sight. As a medical practice, the security of their I.T. is imperative. In the nature of their business and what they do, they cannot survive without I.T. For the past 13 years, The IT Company has been managing Baptist Eye Surgeons' I.T.

Read the full case study to learn more about the ways their I.T. has excelled as they continue to evolve.

Read the Full Case Study!

Phishing Attack Targets Office 365 Users

Experts have warned Office 365 users of a phishing attack targeting Microsoft Teams.

Presenting itself as an email from Microsoft Teams, it claims that the recipient has missed a message through Teams. In reality, the fraud email is attempting to steal credentials from the recipient. This attack should be taken seriously by all Office 365 users and users should stay alert. 

For more information on what to look out for, visit the link below.

More Information of this Phishing Attack

Aligning IT- Podcast Series

Have you followed our podcast series- Aligning IT? The IT Company team members have been spending time with experts of the Knoxville community to provide a series of topics relevant to your business. Conversations surrounding COVID-19 and how it is impacting our work world, sales and setting up your business for success, full recordings of webinars and more! 

Follow Our Podcast!


Recent Posts