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Computer Security Watch – April 4 2014

Computer Security Watch – April 4 2014

April 4, 2014

Today’s Top Threat O97M.Crigent This virus hides itself inside Microsoft Word and Excel files, and then connects to remote hosts worldwide to download more heinous files. The best defense is to make sure you have a secure firewall up and running. Today’s Top Stories In 2013, the malware UPATRE was noted as one of the […]

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Why To Upgrade Your Old Windows XP Machine

Why To Upgrade Your Old Windows XP Machine

April 4, 2014

Windows XP was launched in 2001 and was the ideal operating system for a very long time; it set the benchmark for business operating systems and home use. Throughout the years of updates and support it was the operating system you could rely on. Well if you are unaware, the support for Windows XP ends […]

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5 Tips To Keep Your Computer Secure

5 Tips To Keep Your Computer Secure

January 3, 2014

These days, computers are essential for keeping our lives going. We do everything on them, work, learn, communicate, and play. Since your computer is likely a huge part of your life, it’s extremely important to keep it safe. Most people don’t know how to do that, because it simply doesn’t interest them or taking the […]

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Audio Visual Installation Projects made easy!

Audio Visual Installation Projects made easy!

October 11, 2012

Audiovisual communications technologies include sound, video, lighting, display and projection systems. Additionally, rental and staging services are included in the audiovisual industry. Computer Service Now has trained professional technicians and installers that can make your corporate AV project easier because we have thousands of qualified AV professionals in thousands of cities worldwide. In essence, Computer Service […]

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Don’t Get Scammed by a Computer Repair “Professional”

Don’t Get Scammed by a Computer Repair “Professional”

October 28, 2011

Whenever there is a computer problem involved, the average user is about as useful as a snowball in Miami. Computers are complex pieces of machinery and the slightest wrong move could take your troubles from bad to worse in no time. Many PC “repair specialists” use this as a way to jack up prices and install a lot of useless things on your computer that will inevitably have you calling them again.

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HP Receives $2.5 Billion Computer Contract from NASA

HP Receives $2.5 Billion Computer Contract from NASA

April 28, 2011

NASA has just awarded HP, one of the largest computer companies in the world, an enormous $2.5 billion contract for desktop computers, devices and services according to a report from HP today.

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Mississippi Sheriff’s Office Upset Over Poor Computer Service

Mississippi Sheriff’s Office Upset Over Poor Computer Service

March 8, 2011

The Adam’s County Sheriff’s Office out of Adam’s County, Mississippi, is more than ready tho throw out a newly purchased $109,000 computer system due to the fact that it doesn’t work, according to ACSO Major Billy Neely. Neely addressed the Adams County Board of Supervisors at their most recent meeting about the faulty system.

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2012 London Olympic Games Threatened with Cyber Attack

2012 London Olympic Games Threatened with Cyber Attack

January 24, 2011

Next year we all get to experience the magic and the spectacle we saw in Beijing not three years ago when the Olympics will take their athletes to the great country of London for the 2012 Olympics. Now aside from the intercontinental tensions and rivalries among athletes, there really isn’t a lot that goes on during the games that people […]

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Nevada Legislators Not Happy With Computer Problems

Nevada Legislators Not Happy With Computer Problems

January 5, 2011

The state Industrial Relations Division of Nevada signed a contract back in 2008 for $243,000 in order to get a new computer system to issue health and safety permits. The system selected was the Versa System but now it is not working. On top of that there is a backlog of 5,000 boiler and elevator permits that need to be issued.

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The Holidays Are No Time for Computer Problems

The Holidays Are No Time for Computer Problems

December 15, 2010

The holidays can be a wonderful and joyous time filled with love, kindness, generosity, thankfulness, and lots of fun. However, they can also be a fairly stressful time. With the way our country is heading more and more towards digital communication, it is safe to say that a lot of people do a lot of […]

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