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Q & A: User Questions, Tech Answers! Year End 2016

In our ongoing mission to help make your technology easier, we like to provide you with tools and knowledge to make your computer interaction more “user friendly.” This edition will showcase some of the most popular questions asked throughout 2016, and also include some that we haven’t covered yet. So without further adieu…

 

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First Newsletter of 2017

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Happy New Year!
Welcome to 2017! In this issue we review some highlights of 2016 and cover some tips that will make your year get off to a great start!  Thanks for reading!

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Check Us Out!

It’s that time again!  What time you ask?  It’s time for the second issue of our monthly newsletter!  This months edition is packed with spotlighted product, helpful tips, and other great information!

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We’ve Got A Newsletter!!

That’s right, today marks the introduction and first official edition of the Geek Easy Computers Newsletter!  This is a new email based monthly publication in which we can keep you, our clients & fans, abreast of the latest tech developments that will make your technology easier!  It will also include helpful tech tips, Geek Easy information, product spotlights, and general announcements.  Here’s PDF version of the first issue!

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Remote Monitoring

You’ve heard of remote monitoring but don’t know if it would be a good fit for your business? This article will show you the benefits and explain exactly what remote monitoring entails with Geek Easy Computers.
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Unraveling the Mystery of Malware

Malware is everywhere. You can’t really escape it. In fact, 85% of all malware is distributed via the web.

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How Did I Get Infected?

About a year ago, we posted an article about virus infection, “How to Help Prevent Getting Re-infected by viruses (Or Get Infected in the First Place.)” .

 

Todays blog post is a follow up to that.  Here at Geek Easy we frequently get asked “How did I get infected?”.  It’s never a simple answer so we thought we give you some general ideas of how it could possibly happen.

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Q & A: User Questions, Tech Answers!

In this post, we thought we’d answer a few of the most common questions that we get asked on a fairly frequent basis.  We hope this will help to answer any questions YOU may have, and fill in any informational gaps.  Let’s get started!

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Lost in the Cloud

If you’ve been paying attention to technology lately, the buzzword in the industry is definitely the “cloud.” Cloud computing, for people confused yet interested, isn’t some sort of magic technological breakthrough that harnesses the raw power of water droplets and ice crystals to load YouTube videos (although that would be pretty buzz-worthy). Put more simply, the cloud is a method of distributing services (like email, music, videos, documents and even video games) to end-users without having to run a program or save the data on a local computer; even simpler would be to say that it’s a way of computing entirely on-line. Read the rest of this entry »

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