Have you been dealing with a computer that just can’t keep up with you? Few things are more frustrating than having to wait on a program to respond or the need to completely reboot in the middle of a project because your PC freezes up.
Computers are often tossed aside before their time. They get sluggish, have trouble upgrading, and cause endless frustration. After too many computer support calls, finally, whether a person wants to or not, they have to invest in a new system.
It seemed like just yesterday that your office had that “new computer smell” and your computer was fast, and everything ran smoothly. Now, just a few years later, it’s become sluggish and has a variety of little issues that have cropped up over the years. [Read more…]
Managing your business’ IT needs is a tall order for you as the business owner. With remote IT monitoring & management, you can breathe easy knowing that a competent and reputable IT company is taking care of your business’ technology needs.
Remote management of your computer systems will help with things like installing updates in your computers, keeping your data safe, and dealing with potential IT-related problems all without the need to pay for an expensive on-site visit.
The overall benefit of embracing remote IT monitoring & management is that your critical business technology will continue to run well 24/7. In this article we will cover five ways in which business IT support can give you a peace of mind.
The latest version of the macOS operating system, High Sierra, was released to the public in late 2017 and offered as a free upgrade on Apple laptop and desktop computers. The update includes a number of key performance improvements as well as new features in a variety of Apple-built applications. The Magnify247.com team are Mac support experts and have extensive knowledge of the macOS changes described below.
Browser security has been a concern ever since the dawn of the internet. However the web was much simpler then. Today, you need to arm yourself with some more advanced techniques to protect yourself against malware.
Say you want to keep your house safe. Like, really safe. You buy the most advanced security system money can buy, put up a bunch of lights on the exterior of your home, and even get a guard dog. You install video surveillance with hard drive recording and remote access, and you fervently support your local neighborhood watch program. Imagine, then, that you install all this equipment, and then you leave to go somewhere, double-locking all your doors and windows, and even doing a walk-around to check for potential threats.
Ransomware has enjoyed a lot of media attention this year, but there is a new entrant that is poised to take over. It is called fileless malware. According to cyber security specialists, this type of threat is very deceptive and highly effective in executing whatever task it was designed for. It has proven invisible for most antivirus software and protection programs. However, there are some IT products that can actually get rid of it.