IT'S YOUR BUSINESS: Business news releases Friday, June 12, 2009

Harley-Davidson, Hooters raise money for bicycles

Naples Harley-Davidson and Hooter’s of Naples recently hosted their Fun in the Sun Poker Run raising over $1,600 total, with a portion going to Bikes for Tykes.

With more than 80 riders participating in the poker run, the funds raised will go to help Bikes for Tykes provide bicycles for underprivileged children in the local community.

Founded in 1987 and supported by the local Hog Chapter—Paradise Hog, Bikes for Tykes helps underprivileged children get bicycles.

For more information about Bikes for Tykes, contact (239) 450-3366 or skip@bikesfortykes.org or visit www.bikesfortykes.com.

Located at 3645 Gateway Lane, Naples Harley-Davidson has a strong commitment to motorcycle safety as well as the community. For more information on this event or other local Harley activities, please call (239) 594-5504 or visit www.hdnaples.com.

- Contributed by Naples Harley-Davidson

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Qorval retains ITN for technology services

For the owners of Qorval Inc., there was only one choice to make when it came to selecting a company to manage its information technology systems and equipment.

Qorval Inc., www.qorval.com a business advisory service based in Naples, has retained Information Technology Network Inc, (ITN) of Naples Florida to manage all its information technology infrastructure.

“Today we rely upon them (ITN) to document all of our information, monitor our systems for everything from updates to viruses, advise and maintain our security and disaster plans – and work closely with us to identify potential issues before they become real issues. As a company providing a broad array of C-level management services to a broad range of clients, Qorval cannot function without sophisticated, 24/7 functioning IT operations,” said Gayle R. Nelson, Vice President/Administration.

With a core group of experts in the integration of computer hardware and software, and devices that both monitor and protect these systems, Information Technology Network has been launched.

“We offer our clients a variety of services, from our ability to analyze a business’ existing system and to offering forward-thinking solutions so that the technical aspects of a business run efficiently with minimal downtime,” said Adam Morgenstern, senior network engineer, ITN.

Established in 2005, ITN has a team of certified, seasoned professionals whose services range from network building blocks, electronic messaging and communication, data and network security, software applications and solutions to virus protection, disaster planning and backup management, server/network monitoring and full system analysis and growth planning.

ITN is at 2550 Goodlette Road North. Additional information is available by calling (239) 325-5100 or online at www.itnnaples.com.

- Contributed by Qorval Inc.

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