The Security Benefits of Server Colocation

Server colocation was once a common alternative to the purchasing of dedicated servers or virtual private servers. By placing your own server within a data center, you can retain more control over both your hardware and your software. But this isn't just a matter of control—it's also a matter of security. Colocating a server is often the safest possible method of security. You Have Complete Control Over Your Software Dedicated and managed services come with software preinstalled, some of which could have potential security gaps or exploits. Read More 

The Difference Between A Virus And Bloatware

When a computer is moving slow, many users don't care about the specifics of the problem; if it's making things slow, get rid of it. Others may panic at the very first sign of trouble, thinking that a virus is nearly the end of the world. You need to know the difference between viruses and bloatware in order to avoid having future problems and to keep calm in situations that aren't as dire as they seem. Read More 

3 Benefits of Remote Computer Technology Support

In order to truly keep all of your computer systems up to par, one of the best ways to go about it is reaching out to a computer services company that can provide you with remote technology support. Technology has progressed to the point that IT professionals are able to provide you with remote help for even the most intricate computer or other technological issues. In many situations, they will be able to remotely log onto your system and control it from their location to fix the issue. Read More 

Know The Signs Of A Computer Virus

Many computer viruses make themselves well known, even if they're pretending to be something they're not. Whether there's a virus that obviously mocks your unfortunate situation or a fake anti-virus trying to get your credit card information for a fake fix, it's hard to mistake a virus when it takes hold. If you don't know what to look for or if the computer seems a bit too quiet while still running slow, take a look at a few symptoms and deeper indicators to help you figure out what's going on. Read More 

Manage Your IT Resources More Effectively With Colocation And Managed Services

If your small business relies on technology, but technology is not your primary business, then you want your staff to focus on your products and services and not the computers and network. You can reduce the time and effort required by your business to address your technology needs by using the services of a colocation facility. You'll need fewer staff to be dedicated to supporting your technology, which reduces your HR expenditures. Read More