Happy New Year! As your Resolution #1, make this the year that you increase the security of Information Technology both at work and at home. And start with your own PC. If you haven’t updated your version of Windows 10 in a while, make sure you do soon. Microsoft recently ended support for early versions of Windows 10 which means you won’t get important security updates and fixes.
To find out which version of Windows 10 you have, enter Settings into the search bar and hit Enter. Select System > About. The version will be listed under Windows Specifications. If you don’t see Version 1709, you need to update your version of Windows.
Microsoft provides a free tool called the Windows 10 Update Assistant that will double check your installed version and take care of any needed upgrades.
If you have any questions or need a hand, contact us and we’ll be glad to assist you.
We’re in the midst of building up a new server for a start-up. After reviewing needs with the customer, we’ve selected the HP ProLiant ML350p G8 server. We selected this server for many reasons; it will scale easily as the company grows and support up to 75 users, it’s extremely powerful with the latest Intel Xeon 10-core CPUs, it’s an incredibly tough machine with redundant SAS boot and data volumes, dual power supplies, and redundant system fans. It’s also backed by the industry’s best service and support with 3-year onsite, 4-hour time-to-response warranty.
MicroData’s President Glenn Mores was just featured in Business News Daily. The story, What IT Department? Online Tech Support is a Small Business’ BFF talked about the significant advantages that SMB can realize from utilizing remote support from an IT provider. Glenn was asked to contribute because MicroData has been a leader in remote IT support services, tools, and techniques for over 20 years.
Business News Daily is headquartered in Ogden Utah. Read the article here.