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Ransomware Attack Advice

In the wake of last week's global ransomware attack, the time is now to make sure your computer operating systems are updated or upgraded. The WannaCry ransomware program spread globally very quickly. It was able to compromise computers still running the Microsoft...

Gmail Phishing Attack

A Gmail phishing attack had users fooled for a time this week. The attack revolved around Gmail users receiving an email from a contact who was on their trusted contact list which asked them to open a Google Doc. From there they were asked to give permissions to a...

Got Backup? Today is World Backup Day

This past week we worked with one of our many commercial customers. They operate a large plant and has several servers which operate equipment in their facility. They were not able to boot up a server which operated a BIG piece of equipment what was now holding up...

Updated: Tech Support Scams

Tech Support Scams Are Out There Again we've received more phone calls from people who have been affected by scam artists who are using our name to get you to pay for supposed "computer repairs". A woman from Illinois contacted us today regarding a small charge on her...

It’s Pi Day!

We Geeks join our fellow geeks around the world in celebrating PI Day today (March 14th), 3-4 you know. Pi Day is named in honor of the number itself, the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter, which rounds up to about 3.14 if you're an average geek....

Public WiFi Security

While convenient, WiFi in coffee shops, malls, libraries airports, hotels, universities, and other public places are often not secure. If you use public WiFi and send information through mobile applications on your smartphone or websites on your laptop or tablet, it...