Finding Buried Treasure

This video is rated "ARRRR!" Are you a business owner who thinks your computer network has turned into a "money pit." For years you have spent money supporting your computer network, but has it been supporting you or does it just seem to suck cash?

By addressing hidden soft costs, inefficiencies and risk, we will find the buried treasure that can be returned directly to your bottom line.

What do cars and computers have in common?

Wouldn't it be great if your garage guy could monitor and fix your car while you were driving it. Better yet while it was in your garage at home and you were inside sleeping peacefully?

That's what we can do with your computer network. Our remote monitoring allows us to be on top of any problems 24/7. Downtime is costly and can never be recovered.

BYOD? What’s it all about?

Heard of BYOD, or “bring your own device”, to work before? More and more companies are letting or even asking their employees to bring their phones or laptops to work. There are obvious benefits, but also dangers that may not be as obvious. Read on to find out what they are.

4 Free Tools for Productivity

While there are a lot of free tools, applications, and software available on the Internet, it can be a chore sorting out the good from the bad. To make things easier for you, here are a few handy tools you can use to boost productivity while saving on costs.

Thai Floods Cause HD Shortage

A hard drive shortage threatens to impact the worldwide computing industry due to the floods in Thailand. The majority of the world’s hard drive factories are located in Thailand and are struggling to recover pre-flood production levels.

In the same way the massive earthquake and tsunami damaged Japan’s electronics industry, the flood crisis in Thailand is causing concern for companies that require hard drives for production.

Trend Micro’s 4 Million Bot Bust

A joint operation between the United States Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), authorities in Estonia, and IT security firm Trend Micro recently put down a massive bot network that victimized an estimated 4-5 million users around the globe.

Four million is a big number – which makes four million bots, in security terms, a staggering and frightening number as well.