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I.T.S. Makes Lists For Growth And Cloud Computing

Lake Worth Beach, FL, October 19, 2022 – I.T. Solutions of South Florida was recently profiled by the South Florida Business Journal after the award-winning Managed Service Provider earned spots on the Journal’s lists of Fastest-Growing Technology Companies and Largest Cloud Computing Companies.

The article below, written by Eman Elshahawy, was published alongside the rankings in late October 2022.

For nearly 20 years, I.T. Solutions of South Florida has helped optimize unique technology and business challenges for an array of small and medium-size companies.

This year, the Lake Worth Beach-based, woman-owned IT firm had about 20%, or over $400,000, growth in revenue, which CEO Deana Pizzo attributes to her team.

“Businesses depend on technology for collaboration and productivity within the evolving remote and hybrid workforce,” she said. “We continue to grow steadily year after year because we help organizations accomplish more by leveraging the best new technologies without the drama.”

I.T. Solutions of South Florida mainly serves manufacturing, construction, education and nonprofit industries, including firms with multiple locations and remote workers.

As more businesses evolve their digital presence, Pizzo said the demand for reliable cybersecurity is on the rise.

Cybersecurity solutions were the company’s most requested services in the last year and, while implementing protective software is an integral first step, she said so is employee education.

According to Pizzo, cybercrime takes $6 trillion out of the economy every year, and the risk keeps growing.

“We mitigate that [cybersecurity] risk with more than a dozen layers of cyber protection,” she said, “And, because 70% of data breaches start with the actions of an unsuspecting employee, we wrap the program up with realistic phish testing and three flavors of cyber education.”

To see the article, titled “Inside the List: IT firm leverages ‘new technologies without the drama’” on the Journal website, visit: