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C: Drive Out Of Space? Here’s What To Do Next

Posted by Timothy Platt on Apr 18, 2018


Here’s a very common issue – C: drive out of space. This means your hard drive is full, and that’s not good. Windows (or Mac) can’t work properly when there is no available drive space. What should you do when that happens? Here’s some simple tips. C: Drive Out of Space – Windows Whether you are on Windows 7, 8, or 10, the process…

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Apple MacOS Updates – Why They Are Important

Posted by Timothy Platt on Mar 24, 2018


Update: November 2017 – Apple has just released security updates for the Krack Wi-Fi exploits. These updates are available for High Sierra (10.13.x), Sierra (10.12.x), and El Capitan (10.11.x) versions of macOS, but notably, is not available for Yosemite (10.10.x). We recommend anyone still running Yosemite 10.10.x version upgrade to a newer version as soon as feasible. You can view information about the latest…

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macOS High Sierra – Should You Upgrade?

Posted by Timothy Platt on Sep 30, 2017


macOS High Sierra – Should Your Small Business Upgrade? This week, Apple released macOS version 10.13 – also known as High Sierra. As such, it’s the successor to version 10.12 – Sierra. As with all macOS updates, it’s free, but before you upgrade, let’s discuss the new features this release contains and whether this is the right time to upgrade or not. Firstly, High…

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Malware on Apple Mac, Android, and IoT

Posted by Timothy Platt on Aug 19, 2017


Malware on Android, MacOS, and IoT In the news recently, we learned of new variants of malware on Apple Mac computers, Android phones and IoT (“Internet of Things”) devices. While malware and related security threats on these devices are not quite as numerous as on Windows devices – they exist – and we believe this represents a growing threat. In this article, we’ll discuss…

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Don’t Use Obsolete Software

Posted by Timothy Platt on Mar 31, 2017


Don’t use obsolete software – it’s an extreme security risk In the news today – there’s still hundreds of thousands of instances of Windows Server 2003 in usage. And attackers are still finding, and exploiting security holes. This isn’t very different from the normal attack and defend cycle, but the primary difference here: Microsoft is no longer patching Windows Server 2003. It went “end…

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Apple iCloud – Protect Accounts Related to Business

Posted by Timothy Platt on Mar 26, 2017


Today in the news, a hacker group has claimed access to millions of Apple iCloud accounts, and is threatening to wipe the contents unless Apple pays a ransom by April 4th. This falls into the broad category of a “ransomware” attack, although it doesn’t involve a malware, it’s a cloud services compromise. As a business owner, we recommend you take the following action, if…

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