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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.

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  • Shadow IoT: The Effect Of Non-Business Devices On Your Network

    The number of connected devices is expected to balloon to more than 75 billion by 2025, a fivefold increase from 2015. This explosion, which has been called BYOD on steroids, will have a significant impact on enterprise networks in the form of what’s being called shadow IoT. […]

  • How To Optimize Cloud Costs

    The top cloud initiative in 2019 for businesses is optimizing cloud costs, according to a RightScale / Flexera survey. Sixty-four percent of organizations said they wanted to optimize their existing cloud usage this year, an increase from 58% in 2018. […]

  • What Is A Supply Chain Attack?

    A routine software update recently turned into what Kaspersky Labs is calling “one of the biggest supply chain incidents ever.” More than a million people automatically downloaded an update from ASUS that allowed hackers to infiltrate their systems and encrypted data. […]