Working Remotely During COVID-19

As the deadly strain of coronavirus known as COVID-19 continues to ravage our nation, many businesses are concerned about keeping their employees safe and productive. During these difficult times, we are here to help. We are completely equipped to take care of what you need and offer support both on-site and remotely. We are also […]

7 Things You Need Before Sending Your Workforce Remote

7 Things You Need Before Sending Your Workforce Remote Due to a recent outbreak of a new and deadly coronavirus known as COVID-19, many companies are being forced to consider work from home options to practice social-distancing while keeping their workforce healthy. However, it’s not just as easy as sending your employees home, firing up […]

What is ransomware, and how can you protect your business against it?

Imagine this. It’s 6am on Monday morning and you walk into your office, ready for another week of work. You sit down at your computer to check your email, but you suddenly realize that something is wrong. You can’t access anything, and your computer appears to have been locked down while you were out of […]

Georgia County Forced to Pay Hackers $400,000 To End Ransomware Attack

A Georgia county was forced to pay $400,000 to cyber criminals last week to get their systems back online after a devastating cyber attack. From 11Alive: A ransomware attack that impacted Jackson County emergency services and crippled the government’s computer systems cost the rural community $400,000, the county manager confirmed Saturday. County manager Kevin Poe said that […]

What Type of Backup Does Your Business Need?

Hi everyone! In our last blog post, we looked at 6 reasons your hard drives could fail, and talked about some of the signs of hard drive failure. Given that you now know how often hard drives fail, how can you prepare ahead of time to protect your business? Today, we’ll address three main types […]

6 Reasons Your Computer’s Hard Drive Could Fail

Did you know that millions of hard drives fail every year? There are various reasons for this, but thousands of people and businesses lose valuable data like bank records, Quickbooks Files, order info, or even customer data due to hard drive failures. Over the next few weeks, we’ll be looking at different issues causing hard […]

Are your computers ready for hurricanes?

Are you prepared for hurricanes? Most of us prepare by stocking up on food, flashlight batteries, and making sure a generator is accessible. But there are important steps you need to take to prepare your computers and IT systems for major storms like hurricanes. As Hurricane Florence makes its way up the Eastern coast this […]

What’s New in Windows 10 – Version 1803

Windows 10 Version 1803 is here! Although most of the usual hype and news about Windows upgrades is centered around the main releases, like Windows 7, 8, and 10, Microsoft also releases smaller version updates on a regular basis. Going forward, we will be providing summaries of these updates so that you know what to […]

How Windows Updates Help Your Business Computers Run Faster and Stay Secure

We’ve discussed a lot of complicated topics on this blog, but today we’re going to talk about something that might seem pretty basic – Windows Updates. If you’ve spent any amount of time using a computer, you’ve probably encountered those annoying messages “Configuring Windows Updates. Please do not unplug or turn off your computer.” If […]