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Art for Referrals Program

TweetTake advantage of our Art for Referrals Program How it works: You refer us to your friends For every successful conversion of a referral to a client, you receive a piece of art from our inventory Commercial clients earn you one signed and numbered limited edition framed or stretched print (value up to $400) Residential Continue Reading

It’s Lightning Season Here in North Texas

TweetWhat does this mean to you? It means you need serious surge protection. More importantly it means to fully protect your valuable electronics, you should disconnect all cables that go to the “outside world”. If you are at your home or office when a major electrical storm is coming, we recommend you unplug all power Continue Reading

iCloud Drive Performance Hit

TweetSo far I cannot gather enough information to declare this a wide-spread problem, but in one isolated case I found having iCloud Drive running was causing massive memory and resource usage on a Windows 7 computer. Computer specs: Lenovo G560 Pentium P6100 2.0GHz Win 7 Home Premium 64 bit SP1 4 Gigs RAM 4 Gigs Continue Reading

The Latest Nigerian FBI Scam

TweetI was so fascinated by this email I had to share it.  This was snatched up by our mail server SPAM filter and it piqued my interest enough to open it up and read the whole thing (at the server level – not on my computer). These are the kinds of things that can either Continue Reading

Art for Referrals Program

TweetMost people who know me are aware that I am not just a Computer Wizard, but also a Fine Art Photographer. Unfortunately for me – but fortunately for y’all, I have a lot of inventory in a Frisco warehouse. So here’s what we are doing. For every residential client you refer to us that we Continue Reading

CryptoWall 3.0 Information

TweetRecently one of my clients had his computer massively infected.  What seemed to trigger this situation was an automatic upgrade to his AVG Internet Security software.  It seems that during the “upgrade” process, the system was left vulnerable just long enough to hose the system rather badly. After scrubbing it as clean as I could Continue Reading