Home Network Stability

 Home Internet Security An efficient home network is only possible with the right equipment. One solution does not fit all homes, and that is more true than ever these days as the typical home network struggles to support work- and school-from-home demands. Video communication conferences, VoIP phone calls, online classes, movie and music streaming, and […]

Daily Tweaks

a.k.a. Our Chiropractic Adjustment Every day at 6:00 am, our Remote Monitoring and Management (RMM) system instructs our Managed Service clients’ computers to perform a series of commands. We call this a Chiropractic Adjustment, and there’s no better way to start the day. During this 5-minute process, a script runs behind the scenes performing more […]

Don’t let the Brownout Win Out

One of the biggest issues that plagues any computer network is POWER. In this case, I do not mean a shortage of outlets or a power spike that can pop a circuit breaker. I am referring to the quality of the uninterrupted power delivered to an outlet and then on to your network devices plugged […]


With so many sites requesting that you accept their “Cookie Policy”, it’s important to know what this truly means and how these cookies factor into your security and privacy. In this week’s security tip video, learn about internet cookies, and how you can manage them appropriately. Cookie Training Video Quick Tips Cookies will store certain […]

A Cyber Security Story with a Good Ending (and a moral)

Our client is a local retail franchisee of a national brand. On August 3, at 10:04 pm EDT, hackers accessed a compromised admin account on the company-wide backup system. They used this access to deploy malicious ransomware on each location’s Point of Sale server. When stores opened the next day, the opening staff at each […]

Internet Service Options

Continued from, “How much bandwidth do you need?” By now you should have a good idea about your homes’ bandwidth needs. Now let’s talk about how to get that bandwidth into (Downloading) and out of (Uploading) your home. You’ll recall that bandwidth requirements for the typical home would conservatively be 16+ Mbps download and 6+ […]

How much bandwidth do you need?

Continued from – Secure your Home Most homes and households today have multiple devices that access the Internet. Each requires a certain amount of bandwidth in order to successfully perform their task. Some devices connect for only a millisecond while others may stay connected 24/7. Regardless, these services require an always-on, active, and adequate connection […]

Secure your Home

Wow, have home Internet needs changed in recent months! Due to Stay at Home orders, many employees are working remotely from home – along with their entire family. At the office, they were used to uninterrupted networks with no Internet outages. They were safe and cyber-secure with connections supporting business-related services such as email, video […]

Ware did they all come from?

There are so many threats out there it’s hard to keep track, let alone know the differences. Ad-Ware, Mal-Ware, Ransom-Ware. Malwarebytes has this post to help and educate users. Malwarebytes Education Here are some quick links to the main types: Adware Cryptojacking Emotet Ransomware Spyware Malware Phishing Trojans This is an unfortunately dangerous necessity. You […]