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Friday, October 29, 2010

Virus Alert!

There is a new breed of fake anti-virus going around at the moment called Think Point. The difference between this one and other fake anti-virus programs is that it modifies Windows Operating System files, making removal quite tricky.

Adobe has also announced that there is an email going around with an infected PDF file that will install Trojans on your computer. They are currently working on a fix (see article here)


If you think you have a virus on your computer, don't wait! Contact us now to fix it!

Wednesday, October 20, 2010

How Often Do You Backup?

Your office computer network is probably the backbone of your business. It stands to reason then to make sure things are configured and running smoothly. Imagine what would happen if a fire breaks out, or thieves break in, and you lose your computer with critical data? A backup solution is imperative, including a list of all CD keys and CD images that you have running, so that you don't have to try to hunt down older software versions when reinstalling on a replacement PC. Most importantly, do a full backup at least once a week onto an external drive that is taken off-site at the end of the day. That way you will be protected from the majority of data disasters!

Sunday, October 3, 2010

RAM Problems?

Does your computer randomly crash? Do you have problems installing things on one computer specifically, but not on another? Try testing your RAM for errors, as faulty RAM can cause almost any symptom. You can download a free RAM tester from here.