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Introducing Harmony Cloud

Posted by Matt Almendinger on Sep 17, 2021 2:00:00 PM

What is Harmony Cloud?

Leveraging our knowledge of client needs over the past two decades, we have been able to design cloud solutions specifically for businesses like yours. Meaning Harmony Cloud can be a hosted infrastructure at a fraction of the cost of public clouds providers. Using a scalable and redundant infrastructure, your business gets turn-key access to high-performing hardware without any upfront investment.

Harmony Cloud represents the pinnacle of our Harmony philosophy - providing simple, robust solutions that are available from anywhere. Plus, Harmony Cloud is designed to integrate with our full stack of solutions, providing you with the most complete user experience of all of our solutions.

Meet the next evolution of your business' computing.

Harmony Cloud is built upon our Harmony philosophy by providing effortless flexibility and peace of mind to you and your staff. Moving your workloads and electronic processes to the Harmony Cloud allows your team to work from anywhere without ever worrying about purchasing another server again. And with the Harmony Cloud doing all the heavy lifting, you don't need to invest in expensive or bulky PCs. Use long-lasting thin-clients, repurposed computers, tablets (such as iPad or Android), or even cost-effective Chromebooks. These systems also represent an increase in security by using hardened Operating Systems that reduce your exposure to ransomware.

Harmony Cloud is not only designed to be highly redundant and scalable but flexible, too, by allowing you to run our stack on your premises.

If you're ready to do business anywhere, read on...

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Topics: Harmony, IT services, Managed Service Provider, Remote Workforce, Harmony Cloud

Nick Cage, Hitting Emotet Where It Hurts & Business Harmony Everywhere

Posted by Griffin Ball on Feb 12, 2021 11:45:20 AM

The Lighthouse IT Podcast - February 12th, 2021

Join Matt and Griffin as they discuss Nick Cage (as usual) as well as how the giant trojan Emotet got hit pretty hard by a multinational attack and the really cool stuff Matt is doing to bring Harmony to businesses everywhere.

Listen here!

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Topics: Harmony, Managed Service Provider, Internet Safety, Ransomware, Cybersecurity, Malware, Remote Workforce, Podcast

Make Your Tech Work For You!

Posted by Mark Nash on Feb 5, 2021 11:00:00 AM

‘Harmony’ has a few definitions, but the most relevant to Lighthouse IT Solutions is both the “pleasing arrangement of parts” and “internal calm.” This is what Lighthouse IT Solutions’ Harmony services strives to provide you with; a suite of IT solutions that work with each other and your business in order to harmonize with your workflow.

Harmony combines the following categories into one cohesive plan: infrastructure, security, business continuity & disaster recovery, technical support & systems management, and finally mobility.

Let's take a look at each of these and how your business can benefit from the perks of experiencing Harmony.

Technical Support & Systems Management

Technical support and systems management is, of course, the first and main pillar which we are built around. We would not be much of an IT company if we were not able to help you with your technical problems. So, to ensure that we can help you with all your tech problems Lighthouse IT Solutions offers both onsite and remote help desk support. This is all neatly managed within our ticketing system. In the event of an emergency, such as a cyber-attack that brings your workflow to a halt, we offer 24-hour support to get your systems back online as soon as possible.

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Topics: Harmony, VoIP, IT services, Continued education, Office 365, Business Continuity, Managed Service Provider, Cybersecurity, Malware, Remote Workforce, Downtime

Lightbulbs hearing you, FB email marketing, & the 'Lock-down Whopper'

Posted by Griffin Ball on Jun 20, 2020 1:45:00 PM

The Lighthouse IT Podcast - June 19th, 2020

Matt and Griffin discuss Breachstortion, reading sound waves through a telescope pointed at a light bulb, Facebook's new email marketing initiatives, and Burger King Brazil's new 'Lockdown Whopper'!

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Security News

First there was Sextortion, now there's Breachstortion.

Well, the next big extortion scam is making its way through the internet. If you recall, Sextortion scams sent emails claiming to have "hacked" your webcam and reported you doing some private things. Well, it's getting a new upgrade in the form of pretending that they have breached your website.
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Topics: Internet Safety, Ransomware, Remote Workforce, Podcast, IoT, Email Marketing