Infotech Managemen, Inc Announces Availability of Free Network Assessment

Dedicated to ensuring clients data and information is fully protected and safe, Infotech Management, Inc announces the availability of a free network assessment

San Diego, CA - September 16, 2019 /MarketersMedia/ —

By 2023, it’s predicted that cybercriminals are going to successfully stealmore than 33 billion records. This compared to the 12 billion records stolen in 2018. It’s also expected that approximately 50 percent of all data breaches around the world are going to occur in the United States by the year 2023.

Business owners have to take steps to protect their customer’s data now, or risk becoming part of this ever-growing statistic. To help with this goal, and to ensure that business clients are protected and have addressed all vulnerabilities, Infotech Management, Inc is now offering a free network assessment.

“Our company is dedicated to being a partner in your success,” stated Infotech Management, Inc spokesperson Zia Durrani. “Infotech Management provides clients with access to an array of top-notch technology solutions. We serve an array of professional industries, including nonprofits, government agencies, healthcare providers, small businesses and more. Our experienced team can help your company realize the potential of your IT resources, while ensuring all vulnerabilities are addressed and that no serious risks are present.”

Infotech Management, Inc offers an array of professional services, including managed services (, desktop support, network support, video and data cabling, data backup and recovery, remote monitoring, technology relocation, and office rollout. Each of these professional services can be customized to ensure they meet the needs of modern business customers and that all potential issues and concerns are addressed in a timely and efficient manner.

“Our free assessment will provide a comprehensive look at your existing network and systems to find any vulnerabilities that exist,” continued Durrani. “After completing the assessment, we can present what we have found and a plan to eliminate any vulnerabilities while preventing others from occurring in the future. Our approach is a proactive one to stop issues before they occur.”

Additional information about the services offered by Infotech Management, Inc. can be found by visiting the company’s website at or by filling out the form to receive the free network assessment.


Founded in 2007, Infotech Management, Inc provides clients with the highest level of network support and IT support services. By trusting Infotech Management with your IT, we enable clients to focus their energy on other critical aspects of your business, without worrying about the integrity of a client’s technology systems. The client-centric approach offers flexible solutions for any business, simplifying the complexities of IT systems support and facilitating the ability to manage the cost and scheduling of needed IT services.

Contact Info:
Name: Zia Durrani
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Organization: Infotech Management, Inc
Address: San Diego, CA, 92121
Phone: 858-790-8460

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