INNOVATIVE SERVICES

Our experience in today’s technology helps us provide customized, extensive and creative services to immediately comprehend your needs.

INNOVATIVE SOLUTIONS

From your home computer to small, mid-level and enterprise businesses, we provide solutions for every technology needs

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SUPPORT

We resolve various IT problems quickly and efficiently with Intacs Managed 24×7 Service Desk Support,and Remote Online Support

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Comprehensive IT Solutions

With over 15 years of experience providing IT support solutions to businesses of all sizes, you can trust Intacs to help you with your IT support needs too.

Customer Care Commitment

Our approach to providing business technology solutions starts with our unwavering dedication to customer support, and our dedicated support team will always strive to ensure that you receive the highest quality IT support services.

Unleash your IT Potential

Confronted with pressures around growth, risk and compliance costs, customer experience, data and the complexity of IT, we give you the freedom to define how you do business next.

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POPULAR SOLUTIONS

HOSTED VOIP

HOSTED VOIP

Next-generation business VoIP solution that improves workforce productivity, so you can focus on running your core business.

Streaming Media

Streaming Media

Deliver live audio or video with the quality your customers demand in multiple simultaneous streams, multiple formats, with adaptive bit rates and resolutions

Web & Mobile Apps

Web & Mobile Apps

Transform your Web & Mobile apps, focusing on good design, web standards, user-experience and SEO.

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Researchers find a way bypass the iOS activation lock

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Remote management app exposes millions of Android users to hacking

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AWS looks to take the drudge work out of data analysis

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What happens when a country cracks down on fake news? Ask China

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The current debate over fake online news has one country feeling vindicated: China. For years, its controversial censorship system has been cracking down on so-called “online rumors,” and last...

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NetSuite goes global under Oracle’s flag

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Lashed to the much bigger ship that is Oracle, cloud software provider NetSuite is setting sail for a new market near you.Until now, the 18-year-old company based in San...

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Mysteries of the GPU in Apple’s iPhone 7 are unlocked

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Users have praised the performance of Apple’s A10 Fusion chip in the iPhone 7, but its underlying graphics architecture may not be so new after all.The GPU in the...

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AWS makes CI, microservices moves for devs

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With its new offerings unveiled this week, Amazon Web Services is making advancements in software building and microservices.The company introduced AWS CodeBuild, into to smooth out software building and...

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Smartwatches wear out their welcome at Motorola

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AWS Lambda adds C# support

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AWS Lambda, Amazon Web Services' event-driven compute service in the cloud, is adding support for Microsoft's C# language. Using the .Net Core 1.0 runtime, developers can build AWS Lambda functions...