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New technologies and tech companies are launched on a daily basis. Does anyone even remember how we survived before cell phones? Before DVR? When we adopt a certain technology as a culture we soon realize how much easier it has made our lives, and can...

To quote Alan Lakein, "Failing to plan is planning to fail." Not to discount Alan, but your business' IT strategy also needs to plan FOR failure. All things fail at one point. It is important to have a comprehensive plan in place to deal with the...

When discussing network security for small businesses with a potential client, as an Orange County IT support company, we often find one or more items from our checklist forgotten. Securing your business's network is one of the most important things you should consider. Use this checklist...

Gmail had a rough week this week as many people fell for a phishing scam that took over Gmail accounts all over the country. With our hyper-vigilant world we currently live in, why was this particular email's validity so convincing for people? More importantly, how...

Skype for Business ups the ante on the already impressive online collaboration capabilities of Office365. In this post, we’ll explain to you what Skype for Business is, what it brings to Office 365, and where its value lies for small businesses. This discussion is closely related...

  Ransomware is arguably the most notorious malware these days. Its kind has crippled countless systems in businesses, organizations, and large enterprises. One of the most recent ransomware attacks even managed to paralyze (albeit briefly) the office of California State Senator Bob Hertzberg, author of SB...

Last March, a jury awarded Irvin-based lender, Mount Olympus Mortgage Co., at least $25 million in a lawsuit involving stolen loan files, personal information, and other sensitive data. The files were allegedly siphoned by former MOMCo employees from the firm’s IT systems in Orange County,...