IT Services for Your Company.
Since 1986, Huber & Associates has been helping companies solve their problems using technology. Our information technology (IT) solutions will help your business succeed by reducing costs and increasing productivity.
We are a full service, comprehensive IT solutions company. Working with both public and private sectors, we have the breadth and depth of technical expertise to service both large and small businesses.
At Huber & Associates we implement technologies that increase your business’ productivity and efficiencies.
Huber & Associates sells the servers your business needs to operate productively. We go beyond simply providing hardware—we are a full-service IT infrastructure management company with experts in software, networking and storage.
For many businesses, it’s not a question of if but when you’ll be struck with a cybersecurity breach. Let’s take a look at some of the cybercrime trends Rich Kliethermes, one of our cybersecurity specialists, shared with me and learn how you can best protect you and your company’s information.
It feels like summer just began, and we hate to say it, but the start of another school year is right around the corner. Whether you have small children (finally) heading to school or perhaps you’re continuing your own education, it’s time to check items off the back-to-school shopping list. However, chances are there’s one item that is not on the list sent from your school: cybersecurity awareness.
After this past year, if you’re anything like me, you’re ready to get away from home and create some vacation memories. Whether it’s a short weekend trip with your special someone or an international adventure with family, I imagine you are ready for an escape. Unfortunately, the world has changed a bit over the last decade, and with an eye to making sure all those memories you collect on the way are good ones, I wanted to pass along a few tips and tricks that we have learned here at Huber & Associates to make sure your vacation is as stress-free as possible. (Sorry, none of these will prevent your kids from asking “Are we there yet?!”)