The Florida IT Experts


We work hard behind the scenes so annoying technology issues don't slow your business down.

Our mission is to help businesses like yours increase productivity and get more out of the technology you invest in.
We specialize in solutions that safeguard and protect your data and keep operations running smoothly.

Managed IT Services

Intelligent remote monitoring, proactive maintenance, and behind-the-scenes remote support.

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Network Security

Protect your business from threats like malware, viruses, phishing attacks, hackers and other threads.

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Backup & Disaster Recovery

Ensure peace-of-mind in any situation with the most complete data backup solution available.

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Cloud Hosting Solutions

Reduce infrastructure costs, collaborate, and get more done with our unique cloud solutions.

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When you just want IT to work!

There are a lot of computer shops out there that you can call up to fix an issue or install a piece of equipment. They might be able to get you out of crisis mode, but they aren’t looking at the full picture.

At LSeven Solutions, we understand business. We consult. We provide solutions to solve everyday challenges. We just happen to fix computers as well.

We believe (and have proven) that if you proactively manage technology, run maintenance religiously, and monitor a business network, everyday issues and downtime will be greatly reduced.

This is what makes us different than your typical tech support company. Sure, we can fix computer issues when you have them, but our specialty is preventing them in the first place.

Are you looking for a partner you can trust your IT with? Sign up for a FREE IT Assessment to get started today.

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      What Our Clients Say

      • We Can Focus on Our Business
        Scherer Construction

        Since hiring LSeven to manage our technology, we have more time to focus on our business and not IT. Their help desk and experienced engineers are awesome to work with and their response time to issues exceeds the needs of our demanding schedules. 

      • They Have Allowed Me to Focus on My Business
        CHW, Inc.

        I made a commitment several years ago to our employees to remove the frustration computers and their associated issues have in their ability to do their job.  L7 was brought on board and in short order had our 60 plus employees focused on serving our clients and not constantly wrangling with computer issues.  They have also allowed me to focus on the business and not worry about the management of the hardware, software and data storage. Working with the L7 team is a real pleasure.

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      Tip of the Week: Stop Micromanaging and Improve Employee Focus and Collaboration

      Granted, we understand that you have a budget and payroll to consider. This type of business model doesn’t suit every organization’s needs. In particular, those who offer services by the hour wouldn’t be able to implement this strategy. However, this doesn’t mean that you should let it get in the way of improving internal options. Shapiro states: "Unless your business sells services by the hour, it makes little sense to measure your employees by the hour. Instead employers should measure their employee's success by the results they produce."

      We know that letting go of the reins a bit can be nerve-wracking, but studies have shown that autonomous employees are usually the best employees. A study by Gensler reveals some interesting numbers concerning how employees work when given a choice in the matter:

      • Employees with choice were 7 percent more focused.
      • Employees with choice were 4 percent more effective at collaboration.
      • Employees with choice were 3 percent more effective at learning.
      • Companies that offer choice and autonomy in how their employees do their work grow four times as fast, and experience only a third of the turnover of businesses that want more control.

      At first, this statement seems minor and inconsequential, but if you think about it, who actually works best when they’re micromanaged? Giving your team the freedom to schedule themselves and work as they see fit can allow them to flourish, and when your team feels good, they’ll work harder and improve performance. As you might expect, choice drastically improves the employee experience. Innovation, job performance, job satisfaction, and workplace satisfaction, all increase as a result of reducing the amount of control you exert over your employees’ time.

      Instead of focusing on time, your organization can instead focus on the results of your employees’ work. For example, if you’re in a production field, you want the end-product to be exceptionally well-done. If you focus on the quality of this end-product, shouldn’t quality be all that matters, not the time that it takes to reach the product? After all, a quality service is a quality service, and if you want the best work possible, the project shouldn’t be rushed.

      Now, let’s try to put this concept into practice. For example, you should take a similar approach to your IT services. You need results, and the best way to get them is by calling LSeven Solutions at (877) 4-LSeven. We don’t care how much time it takes. We’ll deliver you the comprehensive IT support you need to succeed.

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      Some Evil Genius Just Combined the Pyramid Scheme With Ransomware

      Basically, anyone can take advantage of the Petya/Mischa combo, as long as they pay a simple entry fee to the developers. You can think of it like an affiliates program, where they’re paid a portion of what the ransomware earns. Users are responsible for the spread of the ransomware in order to make a profit.

      For bounties less than 5 Bitcoin a week, the affiliate receives a commission of 25 percent. However, large bounties (defined as above 125 Bitcoin), are worth much more--85 percent. Hackers seem to be more concerned with spreading their ransomware than actually making any money, which is a concerning development in and of itself. So far, the ransomware developers have distributed their 125-Bitcoin affiliates a significant $69,880.63, simply for sharing the ransomware with victims who may not have been reachable before.

      One other incentive for cybercriminals to adopt the Ransomware as a Service model is that the author of the Petya/Mischa double-threat has released the keys to Chimera, a rival ransomware, online. This allows antivirus developers to focus their efforts on eliminating the older threat, and forces potential criminals to consider newer threats like Petya and Mischa as a more viable option. In other words, Petya and Mischa have been mercilessly eliminating their competition--a Russian specialty.

      Thus, the developers of Petya and Mischa have put together perhaps the most devastating storm of ransomware to be seen in recent times. Allowing for the spread of malware through ruthless individuals who want to make a quick buck, the developers have crafted a simple, yet devious method of spreading their malware. This model allows the users and developers to bring in a significant profit, even if it’s throwing a hefty portion at their affiliates.

      Now that this gruesome twosome is available as a service, and including the fact that Petya is no longer vulnerable due to weak encryption, it’s more important than ever to ensure that you keep your system and its users safe and aware of all types of threats. The threat of ransomware could come through more than just a misleading email. Just clicking on the wrong link could initiate an unexpected download of a virus or malware, so it’s important to spread best practices around the office. By taking this proactive approach to network security, you can do no wrong.

      To ensure that your business doesn’t fall victim to ransomware and other online threats, reach out to LSeven Solutions at (877) 4-LSeven.

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      73% of Businesses Want to Grow, But Only 6% are Investing in New Technologies

      The important thing to remember is that you need to embrace change and technology that can help your business grow. In particular, the cloud is an important part of this, as it’s such a tremendously popular and efficient way to improve business operations. A recent survey of small and medium-sized businesses by software provider Exact confirms that organizations need to understand the importance of the latest technology in order to grow. As reported by ITProPortal:

      More than a third (38 percent) believe digital disruptors will shove them aside if they don’t adapt, but just two per cent are actually doing something about it.
      This showcases the difficulty that businesses experience when it comes time to changing their ways. Even if businesses realize that they need to change in order to leverage great new opportunities, saying that they will and actually doing it are two entirely different things. In the case of the SMB, however, things are a bit more complicated due to limited budgets and workforces.

      The problem, in this case, is that you would need to onboard an employee whose responsibilities adhere specifically to the implementation of new and innovative technology solutions. It’s unlikely that your current employees have time to research and implement these types of solutions, and it's also hard on the budget to add a new salary. This is why so many SMBs turn to outsourcing to accommodate this need.

      Almost two thirds (64 per cent) are facing competition from new digital companies, yet just six per cent are investing in new technologies to keep up.
      This figure represents a painful reality that the digital realm of business expands in scope very quickly. Most companies that can’t (or won’t) adapt to these changes will be consumed by them. Organizations that have the latest and greatest technologies are more competitively viable, so failing to utilize new technology solutions could threaten your business model.

      Of course, how much this matters is entirely dependant on the industry. For example, a retail-based company will lose out if they don’t have a point of sale system that can accommodate the sale of products both offline and online, and a social media presence is almost required in order to connect with prospective consumers. The transportation industry is a fine example of how some companies might fail to adapt; taxi cabs have traditionally relied on phone calls, but ride-hailing apps like Uber and Lyft have made it easier than ever for smartphone owners to find transportation. Therefore, users will go with the solution that’s both easier and more affordable, and taxi companies can’t keep up with this trend.

      Almost three quarters (73 per cent) of SMBs said they’re planning on growing.
      Yet, even when businesses aren’t investing in new technologies that can accommodate growth, they expect to grow and onboard even more new team members. It’s possible to make these plans prior to growing and to be prepared for the day when your business expands, but without the latest technology available and ready to use, how can your business hit the ground running?

      For most businesses, using solutions that are designed to grow alongside their business is much easier than it seems. Cloud computing, for example, is a tool that 58 percent of SMBs take advantage of every day. The cloud is capable of increasing in scope and flexibility over time, which helps your business in the long haul. The cloud allows your business to use new solutions that are designed to give you a competitive edge, which can allow your team to further improve your business.

      To learn more about cloud computing and other flexible solutions that can help your business grow, reach out to us at (877) 4-LSeven.

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