Here is a quick reference of services HI Systems, Inc. offers to enhance your business.
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Every business is unique, and every business has unique needs. That is why HI Systems offer custom programming (software development) service to meet your business specifications. Software development include programming in MS SQL, Visual FoxPro, Visual Basic, Java, C++.
Custom programming (software development) comes with full installation, configuration and personnel training.
HI Systems, Inc. offer setup, configuration, maintenance and personnel training on Wide Area Networks (WAN) and Local Area Networks (LAN).
We use latest hardware and software technologies available to ensure our customers solve their business needs. We also offer full maintenance and support on networking.
We offer the following Internet services:
a. Custom Web Design and Development
b. E-commerce solutions
c. Web Site Management
Data Entry Services
Every company who still keeps paper copies will be glad to know that HI Systems offer Data Entry Services. This include creating and storing (archiving) business information. We will release your company of keeping and training employees, and secure you from service variances due work force changes.
Any medium to large size company needs Data Management : a tool to find your critical information in short time.
Full Business System Setup
Here at HI Systems we offer latest technologies available for full business system setup. Full Business System Setup meant interactivity between different hardwares and hardwares.
Software Conversion Services
If you have your own developed software, inhouse software or Legacy systems, and want to run on new operating systems rather than your old, we can help you. We offer software conversion services from MS-DOS to Windows, from Mainframe to Windows and from UNIX to Windows.
Recent events question cloud security
A recent npr.org blog regarding the celebrity leaked photos, writer Bill Chappell stated that the hackers are suspected of downloading the images from cloud storage services such as Apple's iCloud, which automatically uploads and stores media files from smartphones and other electronic devices. The thieves were able to access personal accounts by exploiting a security weakness in another Apple service. Apple urged "all users to always use a strong password and enable two-step verification."
Other questions raised by the stolen photos center on how difficult it is to delete images and video that are stored on the far-flung servers that make up the cloud. In most cases, deleting an image from a device doesn't also delete it from the cloud, which requires a separate step.
HI Systems urges everyone to take the necessary steps to secure their personal information and data
645 E. Erie Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19134
507 N. York Street
Mechanisburg, PA 17055