IT Hurricane Preparedness

Computer Preparedness Checklist Ensure You Have a Backup Don’t wait until the day before a hurricane to backup your files! It’s a good practice to frequently backup your data files. Print a copy of your important/emergency contacts and take them with you in the event that you do not have...
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Happy Administrative Professionals Day!

Not only are the Techs at Clark Computer Services super smart…turns out they are incredibly sweet as well. Even though HR Manager / Office Manager / Office Mom / Lunch Goddess was off yesterday they still remembered to show their appreciation by having this beautiful bouquet of her favorite flower waiting for...
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CCS Gets a Night Out!

Friday night was a special night for the team at Clark Computer Services…we got a night out! Bowling, Laser Tag and Mini Golf were the names of the games so every guy grabbed their girl and headed off to Superplay USA in Port Saint Lucie, FL. We took just a...
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QuickTime – Security Risk!

Do you have QuickTime on your Windows PC? Check out the link below to see why you should remove it immediately. Feel free to reach out to us if you need assistance with the removal process. http://www.networkworld.com/article/3057214/security/homeland-security-issues-warning-about-quicktime-for-windows.html...
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Erase the past

When you’re shuffling files around, you’re bound to accidentally drop one in the wrong folder—or almost more irritating, errantly make copies of a slew of files rather than simply dragging them to a new location. Arrrrrrrrg. Rather than trying to track that missing file down or manually delete the legion...
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Ransomware

Recently we have seen more and more people fall victim to various Ransomware attacks. Ransomware is defined as a type of malicious software designed to block access to a computer system until a sum of money is paid. Even if the ransom is paid, this is no guarantee that the...
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Is that call from Microsoft a scam?

This morning I received a call on my cell phone from someone who claimed that my computer had been identified by Microsoft as vulnerable. They state my computer is sending them notifications… I promptly inform them that I work for a computer repair company and I know for a fact that...
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