Having Problems With Your MAC? What to Do

If your MAC computer is showing signs of having a virus or other complications, you'll want to talk with a computer repair professional right away. The price you pay for a MAC is higher than a regular PC, but that is because you are getting a great high quality machine. Making sure it runs efficiently and properly is part of protecting your investment. Here are some of the things that you want to consider when you are getting the machine repaired, and to protect it from future problems. [Read More]

Getting Technical Support Without Calling Random Techs

For technical support, residential customers are often stuck between the consolidated tech support services from retail chains or contacting a neighborhood tech. Businesses -- especially small businesses -- lose a lot of money if they aren't able to secure a dedicated tech team, but depending on the level of technical assistance needed, you may not need to hire a full-time technical support team. Here are a few targeted Information Technology (IT) help desk service options to help you get a good fit for your company's tech needs. [Read More]

Bringing A Fully-Equipped IT Department To Small Businesses

Is your business feeling the growing pains of expansion? Small businesses are in that challenging spot of being too big for residential, home, or hobby services, but too small to justify major enterprise equipment. If the idea of hiring a whole Information Technology staff and buying big, expensive servers sounds like a painful, but necessary sacrifice...well, stop what you're doing before someone gets hurt. It's not necessary, and a few computer system scaling tips can help you figure out what you actually need for a business that isn't quite enterprise-level yet. [Read More]

FAQ About PCI Assessments

Have you decided to start accepting major credit cards for your business in an effort to gain more customers? Before you can begin accepting major credit cards from customers, you must make sure that the process can be done in a secure manner. Basically, your business must be able to pass a Payment Card Industry (PCI) assessment before you can move forward. Keep in mind that accepting debit cards that have major credit card company logos means that your business must pass the assessment as well. [Read More]