Jon Wright is the Chief Technology Strategist for IT Indianapolis. Throughout his career he has used technology to improve the bottom line of the companies he ran, and IT Indianapolis has been doing the same for its clients for almost 4 years. In his role at IT Indianapolis, he’s responsible for business development, systems design, and managing the growing team.
Business today relies on technology in a way which we have never seen before. It makes up the core of almost every firm currently in existence. Today going digital impacts small companies more than large ones; it can make new opportunities..
Watching a business grow is as satisfying as it is rewarding. Whether opening a new office, starting a new department, or bringing in a new employee; it's a positive step in the right direction. Upward growth often requires new office tech and IT..
Sounds scary doesn’t it? Almost like a swat team dressed in black is going to swing in and start yelling orders. While just as effective at disabling the bad guys, Unified Threat Management (UTM) is a special kind of IT solution focused on..
The team at IT Indianapolis is closely monitoring the latest information regarding the “Spectre” and “Meltdown” vulnerabilities. The issue, briefly stated, involves recently disclosed vulnerabilities in CPU architecture. The vulnerabilities..
We all love our Google, quickly finding everything we need on the Internet. It’s replaced dictionaries, encyclopedias, instruction manuals, newspapers and in many cases, even doctors. However, sometimes your search results aren’t the real thing..
We are proud to announce the unveiling of our new state of the art operation center. We'll be moving over the coming weekend and fully operational Monday, April 3rd. We'll host a ribbon cutting May 25th. You're invited! Check back soon for..
Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider (CSP) is a Microsoft licensing program that allows IT Indianapolis to directly manage our clients Cloud solutions in a clearer and more flexible way. IT Indianapolis can now provision, manage and support all..
It sounds crazy, but it is true. Apple is deleting music from subscriber's computers...on purpose. When you sign up, Itunes evaluates your music library looking for matches. When it finds what it considers a match, it deletes yours. After all,..