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The importance of Windows updates

By Dan Ayars, Business Development Manager, TechSolutions

When purchasing a new car, appliance, piece of office equipment, etc., what if you were told that the item you’re about to purchase comes with on-going maintenance and improvements at no additional charge? The sales person tells you that his company will let you know when there are any improvements or when you need maintenance, and you won’t be required to visit a repair shop or have a repair person visit your office or home.

Qustodio – Winning the war on child device management

By Dan Ayars, Business Development Manager, TechSolutions

Well, my wife and I finally broke down and got my daughter a smart phone last fall. She was 11 at the time and up until that point I questioned the need for it. Over the previous couple of years, one-by-one, each of her friends got a phone, so the ongoing barrage of “daddy can I get a smartphone” had been happening for some time.

Skype – What’s all the hype?

Skype – What’s all the hype?

By Chris Scerbo | Network Engineer | TechSolutions

Many of you have probably heard of or used Skype. It’s a fancy video conferencing tool that Microsoft recently purchased and a lot of the younger generations were introduced to through the Xbox. Originally one would use Skype to video conference with another Skype user.

TSI Bits & Bytes

TSI Bits & Bytes

By Dan Ayars, Marketing Coordinator, TechSolutions

Good for Mary, good for you, good for us

I am delighted to let you know that our Office Administrator, Mary Morris has been promoted to the recently created position of Service Manager and will be transitioning into the role over the next several weeks.

Windows 7 leaves mainstream support, so what does that mean for you?

Windows 7 leaves mainstream support, so what does that mean for you?

By Joe McNerney | Field Technician | TechSolutions, Inc.

In the last few months, you may have heard that as of the middle of last month, Windows 7 is no longer being supported by Microsoft, but that is not the whole story. Microsoft does have a fairly complicated software support lifecycle, but rest assured, there is some method to the madness, so let’s dig a little deeper to get the rest of the story.