Consumer-grade file sync solutions (referred to as CGFS solutions) pose many challenges to businesses that care about control and visibility over company data. Below are seven of the biggest risks that these solutions pose in a business environment. Data theft Most of the problems with CGFS solutions emanate from a lack of oversight. […]
What, exactly, are the key differences between consumer-grade file sync services such as Dropbox Basic and business-grade file sync solutions like ours? While it may prove somewhat helpful, a spec sheet isn’t enough to comprehensively compare a file sync service designed for home use with another one designed specifically with the needs of businesses […]
We recently did a custom PC build for a customer. This is a mobile computer workstation that will be used for homework needs and some gaming. We have a 27″ monitor with wireless keyboard and mouse, and the PC is a micro case that you can see attached to the bottom of the cart. This […]
Why Do Small Businesses in Kansas and Overland Park Need the Services of IT Personnel? Businesses widely use computers to digitize their records and simplify their work, though using a computer efficiently and quickly requires maintenance. Have you ever noticed your computer slowing down after a few weeks or months of usage? Have you noticed […]
Onsite Backup vs. Cloud Backup Backing up important data is very essential; but just recently, available file backup solutions became limited to local storage on devices like thumb drives, CDs and other external hard drives. Now, online data backup becomes in demand and more popular than the first one and now businesses and individuals are […]
Office 2016 for Mac is here. https://blogs.office.com/2015/07/09/office-2016-for-mac-is-here Finally because 2011 was getting really long in the tooth.
So last week we got a call from one of our retail store customers, said his hard drive was full. Sure enough, we had a technician make a visit and the hard drive was full, and the system would not operate. Our tech did a great job cleaning up the system, thinking the typical system […]
AT&T’s gigabit service is $70 if you let it spy on your searches AT&T is currently tearing up Overland Park running new lines to neighborhoods so the can beat Google to the punch and offer gigabit Internet services. Be careful, they will offer a cheap rate – only if you let them spy on your […]
In a brilliant business move, Microsoft announced this week that Windows 10 will be a free upgrade for one year for customers currently using Windows 7, Windows 8, and Windows 8.1. Details here: http://www.pcworld.com/article/2873214/windows-10-will-be-a-free-upgrade-for-windows-7-and-8-users.html
Update: the first unit is a Dell Optiplex 760 small desktop. Windows 7 Professional, 64 Bit; 4GB RAM; 160GB hard drive; DVD-RW drive; dual VGA (two monitor capable); Core2Duo 2.93 GHz Intel processor. This unit is completely up to date with all updates. Keep in mind, antivirus and Microsoft Office are not installed and are […]
Faux Faxes carry new CryptoLocker Please take a minute and read about CryptoLocker. This could help you prevent or someone you talk to prevent the worst form of malware I’ve yet seen.
Judge Rules against Microsoft in email privacy case Don’t think for a minute that the government isn’t scanning your email with their own automated keyword systems. If they cannot get to it easily, they will find a judge that will help them get it. But I give Microsoft credit for trying – most major free […]