Anti-virus Software Alone is NOT Enough

Posted by admin - April 12, 2013 - Blog

“Anti-virus software alone is not enough”… so says the number one antivirus provider Symantec in this post. A rather stunning admission I would say, and something many in the security industry have known for quite some time. The admission comes on the heels of the successful infiltration of the New York Times by Chinese hackers […]

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Here’s Why Your Geek Squad Appointment Has Been Delayed Until Half Past Never

Posted by admin - July 6, 2012 - Blog

A tipster who works for Best Buy has told us that the company on Tuesday began implementing a “restructuring plan,” which is PR-speak for massive layoffs and the reason your Geek Squad appointment has been indefinitely delayed. So if you got a call earlier this week letting you know that your appointment must be rescheduled […]

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Apple Quietly Pulls Claims of Virus Immunity

Posted by admin - June 28, 2012 - Blog

In the wake of the Flashback botnet which targeted Mac computers, Apple has removed a statement from its messages on its website that Mac operating system X (OS X) isn’t susceptible to viruses. Apple removed the previous statement “It doesn’t get PC viruses” and replaced it with “It’s built to be safe,” and “Safeguard your […]

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The downside of cloud computing: 4 reasons to think twice!

Posted by admin - March 26, 2012 - Blog

You’ve probably seen tons of articles, editorials, and marketing anecdotes about how great the cloud is; how it can save you tons of money, empower you to do incredible things, free your staff up to do all kinds of important projects, and more. There’s a great deal that is true and accurate in all of […]

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A Man Was Accused of Downloading Child Porn Because He Left His Wi-Fi Network Open

Posted by admin - April 26, 2011 - Blog

If you need any reminder to lock up your home Wi-Fi network with a password, here it is: A man was accused of downloading thousands of images of child pornography. Disgusting and gross, right? Yup. But it wasn’t him! Turns out, it was his neighbor that had tapped into his home’s open Wi-Fi network who […]

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Macs: Hardly Malware-proof

Posted by admin - March 2, 2011 - Blog

Security firms and experts are finding out that since people tend to be more complacent security-wise when using a Mac, they make for pretty ripe pickings for unscrupulous online scammers, fraudsters, and thieves. Macs are famous for a lot of things – some true, some false. For instance, many people believe that Macs are virus- […]

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New Storage

Posted by admin - March 1, 2011 - News

This weekend, we installed our new 12TB storage array.  This new storage will be utilized primarily by TekEdge Online Backup users.

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Credit Card Options

Posted by admin - February 28, 2011 - News

TekEdge is proud to announce that we are now offering credit card processing on reoccurring services, hourly and contract labor. We can currently only process service charges only. Payment at time of service by cash, check, debit or credit card will receive a 1% discount on labor and materials instantly

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TekEdge @ Home

Posted by admin - February 28, 2011 - News

TekEdge @ Home provides the expert computer support and maintenance services for your home computer. Think of us as your personal computer expert. You can choose from three service plans to help you protect and repair your computer or you may utilize our services “On Demand” as you need them. See “Residential Services” under the […]

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