Managed IT Services

Commercial Business Data Backup Services Tyler, Texas

Why are Data Backups an essential part of everyday business? It is necessary for businesses today to have many computers and a network even if you’re a small or medium sized business. If you are offering products or services you will have to utilize...

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December Deal of the Month: Managed IT Services

We offer comprehensive Managed IT Services throughout Tyler and East Texas Communities. Let us be your off-site IT department for less! For this month only, we will do a FREE I.T. and Network Analysis for you business. We will analyze your work...

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More Bad News For Intel CPUs

Back in May, we took a look at a report in which a security firm found critical flaws in a part of Intel CPUs designed to help large businesses more easily manage their hundreds or thousands of workstations. The flaw had the potential to let hackers take...

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Every WiFi Device On The Planet Needs An Update. Yes, That Includes Yours.

For several years now, it has been the case that if you joined your personal or business wifi network with a password, your wireless connection was basically secure. As of this Monday, you can no longer assume that to be true. A group of security...

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Leave Your Yahoo Mail Behind

Month after month, new bad news comes out about the extent of the breach Yahoo suffered in regards to its email service. We've long known that some Yahoo accounts were compromised and the number of accounts suspected to have been effective seemed to keep...

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Having Problem Getting Email On Your iPhone? Try Updating iOS.

Apple's new iPhone operating system, iOS 11, came out last week and brought a bunch of new features as well as at least one serious bug. Many iPhone users were having issues using their Microsoft Exchange based email accounts with the new OS. Reports are...

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Don’t Let A Lack Of Server Updates Harm Your Business

In May of this year, Equifax, a major credit reporting company, was hacked and sensitive information about more than 140 million US citizens leaked onto the internet. It turns out that this hack was made possible by one of the oldest mistakes in computer...

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Report Shows Just How Insecure Web-Based Security Cameras Can Be

In the past we have taken a look at some of the dangers unsecured devices like webcams and routers can pose to your network and to the Internet at large. Recently, the security firm FSecure released a report on a pair of Internet enabled security cameras...

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Dangerous “WCry” Ransomware Still Out There

Last Friday saw individuals and corporations the world over get infected by a dangerously fast spreading ransomware worm. Ransomware, if you'll recall, is a type of malware that encrypts files behind a passcode that only the hacker knows instead of...

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Cisco Patches Critical Network Switch Flaw

Back in March, a serious flaw was revealed in over 300 Cisco brand network switches that could allow hackers to take control of the devices. The hackers could use the decades old telnet protocol to cause the switches to restart or to even run  malicious...

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