News And Case Studies

Basic Working Remote Checklist

By Brett Ramberg - CEO

Altitude Integrations Newsletter Working remote? Here’s your working remote Basic IT Checklist A lot of you are already working with us on moving to remote offices. You and your staff being able to continue working efficiently and securely is our top priority.  Attached you will find an IT guideline for working remote, and we will keep you updated with more information as the days go by.  Please pay close attention to security during this time.  Security is more important than ever due to the massive increase in cyber attacks happening on remote workers and the organizations they represent. A big…

COVID-19 – A MESSAGE FROM THE CEO

By Brett Ramberg - CEO

Dear Partners, We are carefully watching the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) situation and Altitude Integrations is actively taking steps to ensure the safety of your staff, our staff and the continuity of your operations.  We have been conditionally conducting business over the past 2 years remotely on a semi-recurring basis in order to educate our partners through our experience on the benefits of cloud and remote operations.  Because of this preparedness and our cloud operations, we are completely ready to support your organization without interruption if either your or our locations were to be impacted. For the time being, we’ll conduct business as…

We are rebranding as Altitude Integrations where we drive people and business outcomes through technology

By Brett Ramberg - CEO

We have very recently changed our name to ALTITUDE INTEGRATIONS.  The change coincides with the higher level of service we now offer and our continued focus to help organizations bring their technology environment to the cloud.  The biggest change that has come with our rebrand is how we approach technology transformations and support for our client’s.  Unlike other IT support firms, we focus on our client’s business first and technology second. A business first approach is unique in our industry.  It’s very easy for a tech firm to look at supporting environments by requiring the organization to use their technology…

Google is raising the prices of G Suite platforms for the first time in a decade and it’s easy to see why

By Brett Ramberg - CEO

As many of you have probably already heard, Google is increasing the cost of their G Suite licenses.  By all means it’s not a surprise if you look at everything this platform now offers (see below for a general list).  Basic G Suite will be going from $5/month to $6/month per license, Business G Suite will be going from $10/month to $12/month per license and Enterprise G Suite will continue to be $25/month per license.  These prices will go into effect starting April 2nd, 2019 and will be reflected on April’s invoice. We want to be clear, this is not…

InnEdCO – Innovative Education Colorado – Keystone 2018

By Brett Ramberg - CEO

Altitude Integrations was in attendance at this years InnEdCO in Keystone Colorado and got to meet with some of Colorado’s outstanding educational influencers.  Google was once again the main focus.  Google has invested heavily in today’s youth, empowering our educators by providing some of the industries best educational tools.  This is one of the many reasons we are proud to be Google G Suite/Chrome providers, integrators and consultants. If you are in the education sector please consider attending this conference in 2019.  Technology, while used in the right ways, can enhance a students learning experience and increase engagement.  The market…

Helping G Suite customers stay secure with new proactive phishing protections and management controls

By Brett Ramberg - CEO

Security tools are only effective at stopping threats if they are deployed and managed at scale, but getting everyone in your organization to adopt these tools ultimately hinges on how easy they are to use. It’s for this reason that G Suite has always aimed to give IT admins simpler ways to manage access, control devices, ensure compliance and keep data secure. Today we announced more than 20 updates to deepen and expand Google Cloud customers’ control over their security. Many of these features will be turned on by default for G Suite so that you can be sure the right protections…

Does Your Business Need a Server? 3 Reasons Your Business Should Upgrade (or not) to Getting an In-House Server

By Brett Ramberg - CEO

It is more common than ever for offices – especially for larger companies – to possess two different types of computers: a computer on which individuals perform their daily tasks and one centralized computer that stores the resources all other computers on the network can access. The second type of computer is known as a server, and its function is to hold the information that’s on all of the computers, allow and deny access of various files to appropriate parties, as well as to provide a high level of security for the company’s information. While servers are regarded as a…

Altitude Integrations is Finalist for IQ Awards

By Brett Ramberg - CEO

Every year, the Boulder County Business Report highlights the most innovative products and services developed by companies and organizations.  Altitude Integrations is a finalist in the category of Business Products and Services. This just validates the unique way that we serve our clients.  It is not what you do that is important, it’s how you do it.  Our services provide companies with the full range of consultation and support services with a focus in technology innovation.  We focus on local business and sustainable practice. We are excited to be recognized by the Boulder County Business Report for this category.  This…

Prepare for any Data Recovery Emergency with These 5 Backup Tips

By Brett Ramberg - CEO

Losing data is enough to send chills down the spine of even the toughest tech expert. Viruses, malware, corrupted files, accidental deletion, and hardware failure are just a few of the things that could cause a loss of important data. Rather than remain at the mercy of the technology gods, check out the following five backup tips that will keep you prepared for any data recovery emergency: Think About What’s Most Important Give yourself a moment to consider the most important data you want backed up. This includes personal photos and videos, music, documents, application data, and your system itself.…

Five Tips to Consider When Moving or Opening a New Office

By Brett Ramberg - CEO

Our business team is constantly working on new network build-outs for clients who are either moving their offices to a new location or opening up an entirely new business. Business IT Services Director and project manager, Christina Savage, has learned a lot about this over the years. Here, she compiled five tips to consider when opening up a new business or moving to a new space. Internet Service Provider (ISP) and Telco Options: This is the number one factor that goes overlooked. Before you sign a lease, contact your sales rep and see if the ISP will service the new area. If…