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Best storm preparation is communication

There is nothing worse for a company and its customers than being forced to close because of inclement weather. And with winter almost upon us once again, now is a good time to make sure your business continuity plan is prepared for anything and everything mother nature is looking to throw your way. By communicating […]

*Free Upgrade Offer—Windows 10*

Great news! In a surprise move, Microsoft will offer a free upgrade to Windows 10 for qualified new or existing Windows 7, Windows 8.1 and Windows Phone 8.1 devices that upgrade in the first year! And even better: once a qualified Windows device is upgraded to Windows 10, we will continue to keep it up to date for the supported lifetime of the device, keeping it more secure, and introducing new features and functionality over time – for no additional charge.

It’s hard to believe we are nearing the end of the first quarter of the year.

We have been busy doing projects throughout the state already this year, and don’t foresee the demand ending anytime soon. On top of that, we have put together an aggressive training plan for our technicians to keep up with their skills. Each of our technicians has been given goals of specific skill sets that they need to be certified in by year end.

Summer is here!

Each season brings new issues and the things we are working on now continue to be the hallmark of our business. Upgrading servers so that our customers do not risk downtime, enhancing networks so our customers have continued connectivity to all offices, and updating desktop PC’s so that our customers stay up-to-date with new software, operating systems and hardware.

How do I Protect My Organization If My In-House Computer Expert Quits?

It’s an important question that most organizations don’t think about. Most organizations think it would be a temporary inconvenience when to lose their IT person when, in fact, usually the opposite is true.

Ask yourself the following 6 questions:

1. Do you have written documentation about your computer network? Think about what software licenses you own, critical usernames and passwords for your network, what hardware do you own and when warranties expire, what 3rd party vendors you work with and what is their contact information? NEVER allow a single IT person keep this information under their full control.