Partnering with CNS and Microsoft maximizes your IT health and security, letting you focus on your core business.
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By partnering with CNS and Microsoft, you will maximize your IT environment’s uptime and efficiency, letting you focus on your core business.
With Managed-IT CNS oversees your cloud and on-premise technology and support for a flat monthly fee that includes 24/7 unlimited help desk support and on-site technical services. We also cover the latest technologies for data protection, disaster recovery, security, system monitoring, administration and much more.
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Imagine the value of a fully staffed IT department at a fraction of the cost. Our Managed IT Support Services provides a solution tailored specifically for small to midsize businesses that wish to focus their efforts on their core business without the distraction and added costs of managing an IT department.
Outsourcing with Capital Network Solutions, Inc. for your managed services enables you to receive enterprise‑class benefits at an affordable rate.
Founded in 1977 by partners Richard Morton and John Pitalo, Morton & Pitalo Inc. is the oldest locally owned civil engineering firm in the Sacramento area. Morton & Pitalo helped build some of the most significant structures in the area, including the Golden 1 Center in Downtown Sacramento and the Mondavi Center in Davis. In our latest customer case study, we look at how Capital Network Solutions helped Morton & Pitalo increase efficiency by overhauling an outdated IT infrastructure.
Sacramento journalist Daniel Barnes rounds up the latest stories about data breaches affecting American businesses and organizations. In this week's data breach news roundup, Daniel looks at cyber attacks involving a university in Oregon, a sock company in New York and a police department in New Hampshire. He also covers the many new data breach notification and consumer privacy laws getting passed by state legislatures across the country.
On May 7, hackers infected the City of Baltimore's network with ransomware, effectively shutting down many municipal services. This cyber attack shut down real estate transactions, government emails and payments to city departments in a city of over 600,000 people. If hackers can shut down a city the size of Baltimore, imagine what they can do to a small business. Click to read more about the ongoing recovery and investigation, and find out how you can protect your IT network against ransomware attacks.