Secure your data and
protect your customer’s


Provide the tech support
your employees need.


Securely access your
data anytime, anywhere.


Prevent downtime and
promote business continuity.


Planning. Design. Policy.
Procedure. Training.


Promote efficiency
by providing the
tools your employees


Integrity Technology Solutions is a trusted business and technology partner for local businesses in Central Illinois. We provide customized technology solutions built for your business.

Through personalized support we become an extension of your team, offering level one support to CIO level technology planning and consulting services. Our promise to you is to always act in your best interest, respond quickly, and to do things right the first time.

Are you in need of a fully staffed IT department or supplemental services and support for your internal IT employees? Integrity has the training, experience, tools, and resources to support you and the business knowledge to understand the impact to your business.

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Read the latest blog posts from Integrity

  • How to Find Affordable Technology Support for Businesses

    The line separating business and technology has been shrinking for years. Now, it isn't just razor-thin - it's vanished completely.  Almost every business stores their most important data digitally and relies on Internet access and a computer network for almost all important operations. Not having strong technology support is inviting disaster. But, just because need has risen sharply, that doesn't mean that the budget necessarily reflects it. So now, business owners and decision-makers are in a fix: they need strong, flexible, built-to-scale tech support at a price that fits within their allotted budget. […]

  • 3 Unique Challenges of IT Support For Banks and How To Overcome Them

    It should come as no surprise to anyone in the banking industry: IT support for banks comes with higher standards. After all, banks store some of the most important personal data available. Unfortunately, that makes financial institutions a prime target for cyber crime. Any type of data breach could mean that names, addresses, account numbers, and other vital data could be stolen or lost. To protect the public, the government (agencies like the FDIC) require that banks meet higher-than-usual data security standards. […]

  • Two-Factor Authentication and Why You Should Use It

    Almost all online accounts in use today are secured by usernames and passwords. Common passwords can easily be cracked through brute force methods, giving hackers full access to your personal accounts. As the use of this form of authentication in the near future will likely remain the same, there are other security measures that consumers can take advantage of to protect their private information. […]