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Network Troubleshooting and Solutions

Network Troubleshooting and Solutions

October 29, 2020

Adjusting to Work From Home Adjusting to a work-from-home lifestyle is often easier said than done. With most of us switching to this kind of lifestyle on at least a part-time basis, many of us have found that there can be a multitude of difficulties involved. Some of us weren’t motivated enough, others found that they work too much, […]

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Mission Critical Data: Managed Data Backups in Your Disaster Recovery Plan

Mission Critical Data:  Managed Data Backups in Your Disaster Recovery Plan

April 9, 2019

Natural and man-made disasters can and do happen without warning. From tornadoes and floods to broken dams and earthquakes, these events can be lethal for many business owners. You’ve worked hard to build a strong and successful business, but without a clear recovery and business continuity plan that includes managed data backups, your business could […]

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National Engineers Week

National Engineers Week

February 18, 2019

National Engineers Week is upon us and it’s time to celebrate all of the ways that engineers make a difference in our world every day. From creating the simulations and software that are used in virtual reality simulations to train new surgeons and helping kids explore engineering careers in STEM camps to improving facial recognition […]

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Windows 7 End of Life: Final Year of Security Patches

Windows 7 End of Life: Final Year of Security Patches

February 7, 2019

End of Support On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will officially stop supporting Windows 7 with security updates.  While your computer won’t suddenly stop running after the end of life date, your operating system (OS) will be left vulnerable to emerging threats. The large number of Windows 7 users could actually entice mischievous elements to target […]

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Data Privacy Day 2019: Focus on Security

Data Privacy Day 2019: Focus on Security

January 28, 2019

Data loss is a serious peril for modern businesses. Data Privacy Day is an international effort to raise awareness about security issues and help businesses and individuals learn more about how to safeguard their data and privacy. Data recovery efforts are costly and when your privacy is compromised online you risk identity theft (for both […]

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New Year’s Resolutions for Small Office Managers

New Year’s Resolutions for Small Office Managers

December 17, 2018

With all of the other tasks you have on your plate as an office manager, do you often feel like you’re drowning in IT issues? Take a note from IT experts – you can either manage your IT services or get managed by them. As the New Year approaches, it’s time to make a resolution […]

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Managed Antivirus Solutions for Your Business

Managed Antivirus Solutions for Your Business

November 26, 2018

Computer viruses include all kinds of programs like worms, adware, spyware, ransomware, and Trojan horses that attack computers and devices across your network, with truly harmful effects on your business. Managed antivirus solutions protect your ability to continue doing business – preventing infection of your network, shielding your clients’ data, and keeping you from experiencing […]

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Free Hour of Service and IT Consultation

Free Hour of Service and IT Consultation

October 29, 2018

Whether you need general IT support, temporary rentals, webpage design, or applications engineering, Computer Service Now offers a comprehensive suite of solutions for any IT project or problem. Our free hour of service and consultation is designed to get a better understanding of your overall technology support needs and to help you with basic IT […]

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U.S. Senate Takes On Controversial CISA Bill

U.S. Senate Takes On Controversial CISA Bill

November 23, 2015

Congress finally passed the bill to address Internet data breaches and cybersecurity, after years of delay and false starts. The Senate has been debating the Cybersecurity Information Sharing Act (S.754), or CISA, and finally, on October the 27th, had all the votes it needed to pass. The CISA bill, which claims the legislation, disguised as a surveillance bill […]

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FTC Can Crack Down On Sloppy Company Cybersecurity

FTC Can Crack Down On Sloppy Company Cybersecurity

October 20, 2015

According to an appeals court ruling, the U.S. Federal Trade Commission has the right to take action against any company that fails to protect customer data. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit upheld the FTC’s 2012 lawsuit against Wyndham Worldwide, a hotel and time-share operator. Three data breaches in 2008 and 2009 […]

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