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End of Support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2

Service Announcement: Microsoft support for SQL Server 2008 and 2008 R2 is ending on January 14, 2020. Don’t let your infrastructure and applications fall victim to security threats without protection. Arctic IT is here to help you migrate to Microsoft Azure to ensure a smooth transition to greater security, performance and innovation. Azure will help you… Read more


Dynamics GP Year End 2019

Here we go again, Year End! So much to do, so much to know, so many changes and it all must be completed in so little time. At Arctic IT, we take being your partner in business very seriously, which is why our team of experienced technology and software consultants are here to help you… Read more


Arctic IT and Barracuda Present ‘Block and Tackle’

Join Arctic IT and Barracuda for ‘Block and Tackle’ at the Petroleum Club of Anchorage. We’ll cover how to protect the most vulnerable area of your business from cyber threats: the inbox. The best defense is a strong defense. Gear up and get the information you need to keep your staff and your network safe. All participants qualify… Read more


Arctic IT and APICC to Host Non-Profit Cybersecurity Event

How Secure is Your Non-Profit? Arctic IT and APICC invite you to a presentation on the top 10 cybersecurity tactics to keep your organization secure. BREAKING NEWS:  A representative from the FBI cyber crime unit will be our guest speaker for this event.  Come to understand how global threats affect us in our own community…. Read more


Online Safety and Cybersecurity Tips for K-12 Kids, Family, and Friends

September 2019 Volume 14 Issue 9 [Article Repost] From the desk of Thomas F. Duffy, MS-ISAC Chair Every child should be taught how to be safe online. In the new digital world, there are technological wonders, which often introduce cyber threats of many kinds. The online world can be a place of inappropriate conduct and… Read more


Arctic Information Technology Opens Plano Support Center

Anchorage, AK – Arctic Information Technology (Arctic IT), a technology leader in managed services and application services, proudly announces the opening of a full-service support center in Plano, Texas. The support center will serve clients in all US time zones, including point-of-sale application support to the National Park Service, and managed services support to clients… Read more


Multiple Vulnerabilities in Google Android OS Could Allow for Arbitrary Code Execution

If you are an Android device user, you may have noticed today that you were asked to apply a security system update for your phone, tablet, or smartwatch. We advise you to not postpone the update and take five minutes now to apply it. You can read below that a “zero day exploit” is out… Read more


A Warning on Ransomware from Several Government Agencies

CISA, MS-ISAC, NGA & NASCIO RECOMMEND IMMEDIATE ACTION TO SAFEGUARD AGAINST RANSOMWARE ATTACKS Take the First Three Steps to Resilience Against Ransomware for State and Local Partners WASHINGTON – July 29, 2019 – The recent ransomware attacks targeting systems across the country are the latest in a string of attacks affecting State and local government… Read more


Arctic IT Ranked Globally again as a Top Managed Services Provider

Anchorage, AK – July 23, 2019 – For the fourth year in a row, Arctic Information Technology (Arctic IT®) has been recognized as a top managed services provider (MSP) worldwide. The company is ranked number 206 in Channel Futures’ 12th-annual MSP 501 Global Edition — a distinguished report identifying the world’s top 501 managed service… Read more


Arctic IT’s Shawn Hanson Receives Recognition for Microsoft Dynamics 365 FastTrack

Arctic IT congratulates our very own Shawn Hanson, Application Support Manager, for being selected as a Microsoft Dynamics 365 FastTrack Recognized Solution Architect 2019. He was chosen as one of nine solution architects world-wide to receive this honor. Highlights of Shawn’s career include: 23 years with Dynamics 365 Customer Engagement and Dynamics CRM & ERP… Read more