Gold ActivePCiShield™ Solution

February 14th, 2014

In light of all the breaches being covered in the news and over 1.2 million consumers affected. Center for Computer Resources (CCR) is offering a low cost solution for small to medium sized merchants to help protect your customer’s credit card data and your brand while helping you become PCI compliant.

Windows XP – Support ending 4-2014

December 24th, 2013

Still running Windows XP?
So, you’re still running Windows XP because it works, right? Well, you may be in for a big surprise come next spring. As of April 2014, Microsoft will no longer support Windows XP. After a good run of 13 years, they’re moving on and so should you.

Windows XP Won’t Be HIPAA Compliant April 8, 2014

December 18th, 2013

By: John Lynn

As was announced by Microsoft a long time ago, support for Windows XP is ending on April 8, 2014. For most of us, we don’t think this is a big deal and are asking, “Do people still use Windows XP?” However, IT support people in healthcare realize the answer to that question is yes, and far too much.

What’s A Stolen Credit Card Worth?

December 11th, 2013

The team at Dell SecureWorks (the security services division of Dell computing) has posted a very interesting bit of research on the economics of cybercrime, showing that the prices for some items and services have fallen as supply rises. Classic supply and demand at work.

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Microsoft announces cessation of Windows XP support – are you prepared?

July 2nd, 2013

Does your company use Microsoft's Windows operating system? Chances are high that the answer is yes. So the question we really should be asking is which version do you use? Many personal users and most businesses will answer Windows 7 or 8, however, there are still businesses out there using what many deem to be the best version of Windows: XP.

Did you know that, according to a report by Net Market Share, almost 40% of computers are still running Windows XP? The reasons why users stick with this now three-generation-old OS are varied, but most answers boil down to the fact that it just works, so why change it?' The problem with this viewpoint is that Microsoft has actually announced that they will be terminating support for XP on April 8, 2014.

What does the cessation of support mean for my business?
When Microsoft pulls support for one of its products this usually means three things:

You will stop receiving OS security updates.

Mi-Brew Gets Attention in Detroit

February 11th, 2013

If you haven’t already, make sure to check out our app, Mi-Brew. It’s your one stop guide to breweries all over Michigan. It was even recently selected as CBS Detroit’s App of the Week! You can check out the story below. And don’t forget to visit the App Store and download Mi-Brew today!

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'Windows Delayed Write Failed Fake Alert' Details

October 27th, 2011

New Malware Warning
There is a new malware /ransomware application out that mimics a hard disk failure. The symptoms are multiple messages regarding "Windows Delayed write failure". In addition, there will be no files visible on the machine, taskmanager will not work, etc.

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