At Solution Innovators, we make it our business to ready your computing infrastructure to reliably serve your IT needs, whatever may come. Sometimes that includes contacting our support team to promptly fix a problem. If you need technical support, please contact us...
Sometimes, bigger things happen. When a disaster like hurricane Irene or snowstorm Alfred comes your way, power and communication lines can be down for days or even weeks. If your business isn't prepared with a plan for handling such major disruptions, you owe it to yourself, your customers and your staff to assess your situation with an IT Audit, and to evaluate readiness options that will help you maintain business continuity through a variety of the problems that this world throws at you.
At the same time, have you given thought to your readiness on a personal level? What happens when sickness, accident or even violence come against you or a loved one? Watching the news for a half hour gives us plenty of reminders that every day, ordinary people all over the world suddenly face tragedy. It's wise to listen to these reminders and ask the ultimate questions they raise. "Is this life all there is?" "How can it be that, after all these people have worked for all their lives, everything is suddenly being taken away from them?" "How long until this happens to me?" We cannot escape the ultimate statistic that every one of us eventually dies. 100%. No exceptions.
What then? Is there an afterlife? A heaven and hell? Is it possible to be completely ready, even for death?
We believe it is possible to be 100% completely ready.
"Alright," you may be thinking, "now I've seen everything. An IT company preaching to me on heaven and hell?" You're right, this is an unusual place for this topic to be discussed. But consider: if there's even one chance in a million that heaven and hell are real, and that God has brought you to this website today for more information on this subject, do you owe it to yourself to read a little further and find out how to be sure you're "Completely Ready," going where you intend to go when you die? Or how about this question: Do you owe it to your loved ones to be knowledgeable enough on this subject to give them guidance on going where they intend to go when they die?
If getting 100% completely ready is something worth reading about on our site, then turn the next page...