When I was a kid, my parents were always adamant that the computer remain on at all times—rebooting only when absolutely necessary. The logic was that the surge of power when turning the computer on would shorten its lifespan. While this is true, leaving your computer on 24/7 also adds wear and tear to your […]
We can often take the internet at face value, thinking all there is to it is social media, videos, news and spreadsheets. It is so easier to forget there are cybercriminals trying to identify their next victim. If you have never been targeted by a cyber criminal or had a computer virus, you might think […]
The website team is busy working on several projects including new websites for Innovative Research, Matrix Transportation, Wolf Survivor Gear and Anchor Printing. Several apps programs and software development are in the works for clients such as for Nurse Tabs, Matrix Quality Services, Fox Manufacturing and Parkway Health Solutions.
CPS is also growing in their computer repair and service center. We have begun repairing and fixing screens in a variety of tablets, iPhones, iPads and iPods. Virus removals have also been on the rise for computers being serviced in shop. Be on the look out for a variety of viruses that could infect your computer such as; he Trojan virus, Win32worm, Adware-mywebserach, Rogue virus, Internet Security Pro 2013 and Security Shield.
Our IT professionals are in the field everyday helping new and existing clients with their commercial IT situations, networking, cabling and server builds. They truly provide all encompassing IT services to all clients throughout Livingston County and the surrounding area.
For more information on websites, graphic design, bringing traffic into an existing site or your companies IT solutions contact the team at CPS - We are always here to provide support to our clients!
Today Chase Payment Services released info on a possible security hole in pcAnywhere's code. It states that anyone using pcAnywhere to remote into an office is opening up the possibility for someone to hack into the network through a loophole in the code. It is advised to not use pcAnywhere until a fix has been released. The press release can be found here.
Why Computers Want You to Eject Drives Obviously, yanking out a drive while it’s being written to could corrupt the data. However, even if the drive isn’t activelybeing written to, you could still corrupt the data. By default, most operating systems use what’s called write caching to get better performance out of your computer. When you write […]