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Take the World Backup Pledge on March 31, 2015

Kim Weinberger On: March, 24th 2015 | Under: Data Recovery, Global Newsletter, Industry News: This Week in IT

Remember when TV’s most famous fashionista, Carrie Bradshaw, lost her entire novel when her computer suddenly crashed? After years of laboring over her book, all of Carrie’s hard work suddenly vanished in a flash. Even in 2008, Carrie’s friends were utterly dumbfounded when she claimed that she had never heard of data backup. Really, Carrie? […]

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Data Backup is More Important Than Ever

Kim Weinberger On: May, 15th 2014 | Under: Data Recovery, Global Newsletter, Industry News: This Week in IT

Do you think a data backup solution is simply too expensive for your business? That viewpoint is similar to thinking that insurance for your home is too expensive. Insurance might have seemed expensive until your home is wiped out in a fire and you have lost everything. After the fire is snuffed out, how do […]

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Your guide to understand the Heartbleed Bug

Kim Weinberger On: April, 10th 2014 | Under: Computer Repair, Global Newsletter, Industry News: This Week in IT, Technology & Tools

Monday a massive vulnerability was found in OpenSSL, the open-source software package broadly used to encrypt Web communications. They named this vulnerability the Heartbleed Bug. Many are confused about what this bug is, if they are impacted, and how they can protect themselves. This post will help educate you about the Heartbleed Bug and how […]

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Is Your IT Professional Also a Trusted Business Advisor? They Should Be!

Kim Weinberger On: March, 17th 2014 | Under: Computer Networking, Global Newsletter, Industry News: This Week in IT, Managed Services, Technology & Tools

As a business owner, one of the best moves you can make is to outsource your IT services to a professional provider. When it comes to outsourcing your IT service needs, there are a wide range of service options that involve varying levels of management responsibilities and costs. An IT professional can provide service for […]

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Viruses that Appeared in 2013

Kim Weinberger On: December, 18th 2013 | Under: Computer Repair, Global Newsletter, How To: Technology 101, Industry News: This Week in IT, Technology & Tools

As we close the books on 2013, people begin producing lists that review what has happened. I think these lists are interesting, and look forward to reading them.   As we move into 2014, let’s review the computer viruses that wreaked havoc in 2013 and will most likely continue to in 2014, so you ensure you […]

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Creating a Technology Plan for the New Year

Kim Weinberger On: November, 22nd 2013 | Under: Data Recovery, Global Newsletter, How To: Technology 101, Managed Services, Technology & Tools

We all make personal New Year’s resolutions on January 1st. This year, why not commit to a few professional resolutions for your business, too? Computer Troubleshooters strongly encourages you to put a new technology plan at the top of that list for 2014. We are offering some technology planning guidelines that can help you form […]

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Microsoft Windows XP: End of Life Issues for an Operating System and How This Will Impact Your Business

Kim Weinberger On: September, 18th 2013 | Under: Global Newsletter, Industry News: This Week in IT, Technology & Tools

Who plans a funeral years and years in advance? Microsoft – that’s who! Next year on April 8th, Microsoft officially ends Windows XP operating system’s life cycle. Even with over 600 million worldwide users, Microsoft will no longer sell or support Windows XP and Office 2003. There will be no automatic fixes, updates, free assisted […]

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Outsourcing Your IT Services

Kim Weinberger On: July, 16th 2013 | Under: Global Newsletter, How To: Technology 101, Industry News: This Week in IT, Managed Services

The term “IT outsourcing” is generally defined as the use of a third-party service provider to deliver IT- enabled business processes. Outsourced IT support services typically involves sub-contracting responsibility for some of the following processes: application and software development; data storage via cloud services; web development and hosting; application support and management; database development and […]

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Are you Suffering from Technology Overload?

Kim Weinberger On: June, 25th 2013 | Under: Global Newsletter

It seems to be a fact – the world has never been more digitally connected and less physically connected. Our daily lives are saturated with digital devices including mobile phones; tablets; in-car DVDs; headsets; GPS; touch screens at the supermarket, airport and hospital; gaming consoles; and entertainment screens at the gas pump. The list seems […]

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Why Your Business Needs a Mobile App to Stay Competitive

Kim Weinberger On: May, 29th 2013 | Under: Global Newsletter, Technology & Tools

Mobile Apps are quickly becoming a necessity for small business to stay competitive.

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