Windows 10 – I’ve been using Windows 10 for a number of months now. First, during their beta program, then the official version once it was released. I’m happy to say that I really do like it, so much that I’ve formatted my Mac Air and installed Windows 10 on it instead (yes, the Mac
Upgrade to Windows 10? We think so!
Veeam EndPoint – Veeam, our server backup and replication solution, and also our Backup and Disaster Recovery Partner, has developed a free computer backup system which works on a standalone basis, or integrates with their server platform. We’ll be using Veeam EndPoint to replace the built-in Windows Image backup system. EndPoint provides for a more
“Phishy” Emails – We’ve noticed an uptick in phishing emails, which look obviously fake, asking you to click on a link. The odd thing about these emails, is many of the people in the TO are legitimate, including the name of the sender. However, the FROM email address is foreign. Please don’t be fooled by
Walter Hutsky Jr. – Walt has been with us for four years now, currently our IT Manager, overseeing all the technicians in our Ebensburg office. Walt also serves the role of IT Consultant, working with our Clients to provide recommendations and review of our IT Management Report. With a number of technical certifications, such as
Apple Health, Medical ID – A feature of Apple’s Health App, which I didn’t know about until I set mine up just recently, is the Medical ID feature. The Medical ID will allow you to list critical medical information, such as blood type, emergency contacts, etc.. This information can be accessed without your phones password,