Tech After Five!

For everyone who is looking for something, whether it is to gain new customers or show off your success, come down to Tech After Five Charleston! Hosted at Liberty Tap Room (1028 Johnnie Dodds Blvd, Mt Pleasant, SC 29464). It is always a great atmosphere and we’d love to meet you there.te

Stay ahead

Why is it so expensive to repair a computer or fix a network? Why does it cost and arm and a leg to hire someone to do these tasks? Because reaction is always worse than proactive. If you are always late to the party, there is nothing left. If you are proactive about your IT …

Computer Woes

We see all kinds of clients. There are small businesses everywhere. From trucking companies, to doctors offices, to other IT companies. We have multiple services that we offer. We aim to accomodate any market that needs our services the most. Broken computer? We can fix it. Got a virus? We’ll remove it. Older computer? We …

Help us help you

We now have a self-service portal. At the top of our website, under “Portal” click “Self Service” to go to our step by step wizard. This wizard will help us narrow down and find the right fix for your device. This guide currently encompasses phones and tablets. We will soon be moving to reflect desktops, …

Value your business

With everything that is happening just this year so far, can you really risk your business and assets? Each new instance of virus or attack that comes out is a new situation that every business has to deal with. Not everyone knows the answer. And not one person knows everything. We can help with that. …

WannaCry strikes again!

Boeing Co. says it detected an attack using the wannacry computer virus but that the intrusion caused little damage or disruption. A Boeing spokeswoman said Thursday that the ransomware virus was contained to “a few machines” and was fixed with software patches. She said there was no effect on production work for airliners. Wednesday’s incident briefly set off alarm …

Another hit to a municipality

If large attacks for ransomware weren’t enough to push people for data redundancy, another situation has affected a city call center. Hot on the heels of the ransomware attack on the city of Atlanta, another major U.S. city had services disrupted due to encrypting malware. This time, 911 Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) systems went down …