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We’re tracking an issue where people can’t open account registers or reports in Quickbooks Desktop. Read on for more details and fixes.
We’re seeing reports today of a new Ransomware nasty making its way around the world. If you’re not a techie, and you see this, take a picture, despite what it says, SHUT OFF your computer, and call us. This one is called PetYa – according to sources it’s using the same attack vector as last[…]
UPDATED 5/15 9AM The first wave of this attack seems to have passed – researchers believe they found a “kill switch” in the program – but we’re expecting to see new variants today. Microsoft has released an update for Windows XP to fix the vulnerability that this uses. Even with this fix XP computers are[…]
We’re tracking a problem involving Epson Workforce WF and WP series printers – you may find that your printer has turned itself off. When you turn the printer back on it will show the EPSON splash screen, make printer startup sounds, then immediately shut down. We’re still in early stages of investigation, but the problem[…]
It’s Tech Tuesday….something a little different today. We’re looking for a few good techs. We are a growing IT Managed Services Provider in Central Massachusetts. Our clients are primarily small-to-medium businesses and municipal offices. Although we’re a technical services company, our core mission is to provide a top-notch service experience for our clients. We have[…]
I got a call from a close friend the other day, “Hey, I’m at the bank. My checking account is empty.” He had taken a road trip and used his debit card at several places during his travels. Someone had forged a copy of his debit card and cleared out his checking account to the[…]
For years, I’ve urged every business I’ve met to swap their free e-mail for a domain-based account. It’s a small investment in time and money, but ultimately well worth it. But why would you stop using a free e-mail account and change to something you’d pay for? Well…what’s in a name? How would your customers and prospects[…]
It’s been a while since we posted our PC guidelines for business. Here’s what we recommend for new systems these days. We now consider 4GB RAM “entry level” even in Windows 7/10. Programs like Outlook, Excel, and Quickbooks/Sage 50 use massive amounts of memory, and memory prices are as low as they’ve ever been. Intel Core[…]