The problems with Ransomware attacks continue. Be extremely cautious of emails from unknown senders or even emails from known sources that appear unusual or have unrecognized links. Here's an up-to-date summary of what's known about these exploits and how to protect your systems.
A new ransomware attack called Petya, PetyaWrap, or GoldenEye began spreading worldwide on June 27th, and it looks similar to the WannaCry outbreak in May. It targets Microsoft Windows operating systems and so far reports show that all systems from XP to Windows 10 are susceptible.
In case you haven't noticed, there is no such thing as the "paperless office"! Computer printers come in all sizes and speeds and are important parts of every business. When we founded The Computing Center was founded in 1978, one of the first products we sold and serviced were printers. We still do today.
After many years, our primary printer technician has decided to leave The Computing Center to pursue another position. To replace him, we now have two certified printer technicians available for both warranty and non-warranty service. We'll be announcing our newest printer and computer service technician who is joining The Computing Center shortly. He has decades of experience with Hewlett Packard, Xerox, Dell and other printer systems. And Tom Santspree, who you may have met in his printer consultants role, will also now be assigned to as needed to provide repair services.