As the summer travel season winds down, and we're looking forward to the next big round of holiday travel in November and December, here are a couple tips from a July FTC alert that will still apply.
Happy 4th of July! Like most of you, most of us will be partying on the 3rd and 4th this month. But don't worry, we'll have techs on call in case there are any problems. Standard after-hours help desk procedures will apply. We'll be notified if our monitoring picks up any problems and if you have any problems you can call in to 610-288-0780 to page support. If you've got people working this weekend, we'll be here to support them as usual.
Thanks to Christian Kline at DaBrian Marketing for this educational guest blog post.
A cheap computer may save you spare change, but cost you in IT support headaches.Recently I was meeting with a client with whom I've worked for years. We have a great relationship, and they love our PC support services. Like every business owner out there in Reading and Lancaster, they want to do the best for their business but they're cost conscious (I don't know a small business owner who isn't in this economy!). They wanted to add a few computers to their network and sought me out for advice, but questioned the price I quoted them for the computer hardware.
If you've been following the news about the Apple iCloud Hack, you may have more questions than answers about how real the threat is and what you should be doing.
As far as the threat goes, only time will tell how credible the current reports are, but there are some things you can do to protect yourself.
On April 26th, our founder and CEO, Todd Schorle, will be speaking to the Greater Reading Chamber of Commerce and our local SCORE chapter's monthly event, Big Focus on Small Business.
WYOMISSING, PA - FEBRUARY 2, 2017 - On January 13, 2017, TS Tech Enterprises completed the relocation of their company headquarters to a new, 3200 square foot facility. With more than two decades of service to the region, TS Tech plans to use their new base of operations to continue providing outstanding managed IT services to small and mid-sized businesses. The relocation was completed without any interruption of support or services for their clients.
Harcum College’s Dental program was suffering from reduced enrollment and graduating students were giving feedback that the schools program did not help prepare them for the Digital Age of Dentistry. School administration held interviews of all local Information Technology Service Providers and TS Tech was selected to help address the following challenges: