You need a second pair of eyes on your business computer, server & network

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If you maintain your own company computer, server & network or do you have someone in-house that does, it might be a good idea to get a second pair of eyes to give your business infrastructure a once-0ver. If you are like most people, when everything is running well, you get comfortable and begin to do the job you were …

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Want to blog and have a few hundred to few thousand viewers? Inquire within… #IT #technology #blog

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Okay, so I was thinking, as the traffic on this blog increases, maybe I could help out someone who has something important to say by allowing them to guest blog. Our traffic ranges from a minimum of 500 hits per post, to over 10,000 visits.  With around 50 people getting the blog daily in their inbox, and another 200+ pulling …

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Happy Valentine’s Day from Microsoft!

JohnMHoyt Business, Computer Repair, Computer Sales, Computer Security, Computer Service, Computer Support, Homeland Secure IT, Microsoft, Office, Secure IT Alert, security, Windows, Windows Server Leave a Comment

Yeah yeah, it’s just patches… This is from our friends over on the WatchGuard Security Center: Most people get flowers, chocolates, and cards for Valentine’s Day, but next Tuesday Microsoft IT professionals can expect a big box of patches. According to their advanced notification post for February, Microsoft will release nine security bulletins next Tuesday, February 14th. The bulletins deliver updates …

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Secure IT Alert: Adobe patches address Reader & Acrobat vulnerabilities

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Homeland Secure IT Alert for Wednesday, January 11, 2012 Yesterday was Adobe’s first patch day of the new year and the security bulletin describes a total of six vulnerabilities in Adobe Reader and Acrobat X 10.1.1 and older, on both Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac. The issues that are addressed are considered “critical” in nature and the solution is to …

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Advantages of equipment leasing and financing for your business IT needs

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When we offer computers, servers, VoIP phone systems and other network equipment that reaches a certain amount, we always recommend clients consider leasing… According to our leasing partner, as one of the fastest growing methods for acquiring capital equipment and software, leasing might be a wise decision for your organization: Lease or finance new equipment and software with as little …

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Would you drive a car without a spare? Why would you not want a backup?

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Would you drive a car without a spare tire in the trunk?  Auto makers are selling cars without spare tires! How about operating your computer without a backup? Not a week goes by that we don’t hear some horror story about computer owners losing data. It could be from a virus, a failed hard drive, a dropped notebook, even a …

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The End Is Near! All IPv4 Addresses Now Spoken For

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We knew the day was coming, and today we learned that it was sooner than later. IANA (Internet Assigned Numbers Authority), the organization that manages IP addresses and domain allocations has assigned two IPv4 address blocks to APNIC (The Asian-Pacific Network Information Centre), which in turn has caused a provision in the IANA rules to go into affect, releasing the …

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Six MILLION dollars for computer virus cleanup? That’s what one man paid!

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A New York Times article that was tweeted yesterday by @randomlycb really caught my attention… It involves a well-to-do gentleman who takes his computer to a local (New York) computer repair facility for a simple virus cleanup / removal in 2006, and things go horribly wrong. The owner of the computer service center tells the PC owner that he has …

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