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

INNOVATIVESUPPORT

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

INNOVATIVE

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.

LATEST BLOG POSTS

0

How to run Python in R

No Comments , in Blog

As much as I love R, it’s clear that Python is also a great language—both for data science and general-purpose computing. And there can be good reasons an R user...

0

Java thread sanitizer project proposed once again

No Comments , in Blog

Java developers would be clued in to race conditions in their projects, if a thread sanitizer proposed comes to fruition. Project Tsan, proposed in the OpenJDK community, would explore and...

0

What cloud computing can learn from good BBQ

No Comments , in Blog

You can’t beat good BBQ. As long as I’ve been eating, I’ve loved the taste of BBQ cooked correctly, and I’ve loved the science of getting BBQ right, no matter...

0

Next.js 8 now supports serverless apps

No Comments , in Blog

Next.js, a framework for building server-rendered apps with JavaScript and the React UI library, adds serverless computing capabilities as part of its new Version 8. Next.js 8 enables serverless deployment,...

0

How to choose the right data visualization tools for your apps

No Comments , in Blog

If you develop applications that present data to users, you’re likely to have requirements to present a graph, chart, dashboard, or other data visualization embedded in the application. This capability...

0

Parcel bundler: Production builds and best practices

No Comments , in Blog

Over the past couple of weeks I’ve been playing around with Parcel, the zero-configuration web application bundler. I had a few issues with automagical dependency management, but for the most...

0

Why you should use SQLite

No Comments , in Blog

Lift the hood on most any business application, and you’ll reveal some way to store and use structured data. Whether it’s a client-side app, an app with a web front-end,...

0

How to use deep learning to write Shakespeare

No Comments , in Blog

“Many a true word hath been spoken in jest.”― William Shakespeare, King Lear “O, beware, my lord, of jealousy;It is the green-ey’d monster, which doth mockThe meat it feeds on.”―...

0

JDK 12: The new features coming to Java 12

No Comments , in Blog

The release candidate for Java Development Kit 12, the next version of Java SE, is now available. Only Priority 1 bugs will be considered for inclusion in the production release...

0

IBM Cloud Q&A: Kubernetes takes center stage

No Comments , in Blog

Jim Comfort is the right guy to talk to about IBM Cloud, not just because he’s general manager of IBM GTS Cloud Services. By his own account, Comfort was responsible...