Posts Tagged disaster

It May Be Time to Outsource Your Computer Support

Is it Time to Outsource Your Computer Support? Many businesses are beginning to reach that conclusion. “prevention is better than cure” -Erasmus Setting up a small business computer network used to be a relatively simple affair. A small business owner merely needed a few computers, an internet […]

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Defend Against the CryptoLocker Virus

The “CryptoLocker” virus has been making a great deal of noise lately. Though we at Thom Infotech have not personally encountered it, we know others who have. We’ve written this post to help you to understand and defend against the CryptoLocker virus. What is it? CryptoLocker is […]

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Be Prepared for a Data Disaster

I’ve never been a boy scout. Sometimes I wish I had been. I appreciate the fact that preparedness is such a central tenet of the organization. Any good Boy Scout (or wanna-be Boy Scout) should be prepared for a data disaster. What kind of data disaster, you […]

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RescueSMB Backup and Disaster Recovery

Thom Infotech is pleased to announce our new RescueSMB Backup and Disaster Recovery program. This solution brings enterprise-class business continuity capabilities to the Small to Medium Business (SMB) community in an affordable and convenient package. RescueSMB boasts the following features: Frequent Backups –  As often as every […]

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Business Continuity Planning

Keeping your business afloat after a disaster As the owner of a technology consulting firm, I’m occasionally asked to assist with Business Continuity Planning (BCP). As the name implies, BCP is a discipline that attempts to answer the “what if” questions that surround the viability of a […]

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Are you using Postini? It’s time to make other plans

Are you a Postini user? Postini is an email security platform that was gobbled up by Google a few years ago. Google Apps email users have enjoyed the spam and virus protection ever since, as have many clients who leveraged the Postini tools to cleanse their incoming […]

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Java 6 support to end in February 2013

Oracle has announced that the end-of-life (EOL) of Java SE 6 has been moved from November 2012 to February 2013. This is to give organizations small and large more time to transition to Java SE 7. This is the second EOL extension given to Java SE 6, […]

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