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Integrated Systems
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Integrated Systems

Our team of experienced and certified technicians provides a full range of network solutions, allowing for the seamless flow of information throughout your office.


Networking brings out the true power of computing: to connect, organize, streamline, and integrate your office. Many businesses take their networks for granted—until they go down. In today’s world, the reliability of your network is crucial to the success of your business. A secure, reliable network infrastructure lets you share data and resources (such as printers), keep your records safe, access documents from anywhere, and even keep an eye on your facility from afar.


Integrated Systems realizes the importance of a trouble-free network to your practice.

We can design the network you need, whether your staff is large or small, in-house or mobile. From traditional LANs, WANs or the latest wireless LAN technologies, Integrated Systems has the right solution no matter what your need, including:

  • Communications: E-mail, instant messaging, chat rooms, telephone, video telephone calls, and video conferencing.
  • Device Sharing: Networked printers, scanners, and fax.
  • File Sharing: Access invoices, patient records, spreadsheets, and more from any system, thanks to shared storage. You can even configure access privileges to restrict access as needed.
  • Application Sharing: Run software programs on remote computers without having to install.
  • Backup: We can set up both an in-house backup strategy as well as off-site remote backup service. This will ensure your data is safe in the event of a network crash, power outage, or natural disaster. Backups can occur nightly or even on a real-time basis. Your data is sent via an encrypted connection to ensure privacy and security.

Paperless Office

The paperless office—promised since the first desktop computers started appearing in the 1980s—has yet to become a reality for most companies. Despite the increasing use of computers in all types of businesses, a good portion of most day-to-day work is still paper-based. In addition, basic human behavior works against a truly paperless office: Employees will always want to print documents for more careful study or to bring to meetings.

Despite these challenges, you can drastically reduce the amount of paper documents your business depends on by choosing a document management system. The term document management (DM) covers a range of systems for managing paper and electronic files. To work towards a paperless office, a more specific term is document imaging systems, which include tools to help you convert paper records into electronic files.


Time is Money

Consider this: If it takes 5 minutes to retrieve and replace a paper file and an employee works with 10 paper files per day, that's 216 hours a year—over 5 weeks' time—spent walking files around. At $20 per hour, that's $4,300 per year!

Other benefits include increased security, better disaster recovery protection, environmental benefits, and remote access for your important documents.

Some industries are being forced to adopt DM by-laws that govern the safekeeping of data, such as HIPPAA with patient records. Document management systems are the best way to ensure compliance with strict security and record-keeping rules.      


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