Computer Security Alert: New Cryptowall Ransomware Threatens to Lock Up Your Files

Have you ever heard of ‘ransomware’? If not, now is the time to become familiar with the concept, as a particularly devious piece of ransomware is making its way around the Internet. Ransomware is an illicit computer program that is placed on your computer when you download infected files. The … [Read more...]

Still Using Windows XP? Your Computer Security Could Be Compromised

Last year, we wrote about how Microsoft decided to finally end support for one of its landmark products, Windows XP. Since that last post, the April 8, 2014 deadline has come and passed. Now, any computer system that uses Window XP (or Microsoft Office 2003, for that matter) is wide open and … [Read more...]

Are You Ready for April 2014? If Not, Your Computer Network Is at Risk

Do you know what happens on April 8, 2014? If you run Windows XP or Office 2003 in your office environment, you should – you could face compliance and security risks if you’re not prepared. On that day, support will officially end for Windows XP and Microsoft Office 2003. This means no more … [Read more...]

The Top Three Reasons Why Your Network Needs Preventative Maintenance

In a split second, without warning, disaster can strike your computers, networking, servers, software, and other elements of your work environment – leaving you crippled and unable to perform. Sometimes, we can pick up on warning signs and take action in the nick of time. Whether it’s a virus, a … [Read more...]

Want to Keep Your Data Safe? Onsite and Offsite Data Backups Are a Must

For businesses in today’s age, data is easily one of the most – if not the most - valuable assets. It’s also one of the most vulnerable. In a moment, data can be corrupted, stolen, or lost – crippling your business’s ability to execute its mission. Since recovering lost data may be impossible, … [Read more...]