Spyware, Adware, Ransomware, and Malware have become more of a significant problem for the business community than viruses are presently. This includes Phishing, Pharming, Pop-ups, Data collection, Spam, Id Theft, Trojans, Ransom encryption, and other annoying, security risking, and performance slowing effects. We have strategies to both minimize the perfomance hits, and keep the environment safe and operational. Some of these are software based and others are hardware appliance filters. Spyware can also corrupt the computer's system registry, causing early failure in the day to day operations of your workstations. Spyware infections can cost time, employee salaries, lowering morale due to frustration with the unresponsiveness of computer, and productivity loss.
We recommend a variety of effective tools to help contol Computer Viruses in a Network enviornment. Some Viruses are recieved through emails as attachments, others are brought in through web site accesses via Browser(Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Opera, Edge), and a few can be brought in through Jump drives and media. We can help mitigate this problem, using a number of strategies, depending on the clients network configuration, clients email service location, and clients hosted website exposure. We can also assist our clients by irradicating network virues, and cleaning Workstations, and Servers. There are also Router Based Antivirus solutions which filter out the viruses inbound without the performance degradation caused by local workstation antivirus and firewall software.
We can configure your Microsoft Email services and Outlook clients including Ms Exchange Server, Outlook.com, and Office 365 Exchange Matrix. We can recover some Outlook files lost due to corruption, and we can both Organize and Archive your Data files in a manner that will be effective in day to day operations. Minimizing the slow down and preventing files for locking up due to the large growing size of the PST and OST files. we can organize you files to have 1, 2, or 3 years setup in a single archive, and maintain the existing folder structure for efficent storage and access. The numerous versions of Outlook have differing size limits, as to when the file will stop, working unless it is archived, in Example Outlook 2007 has a limit of 20 GB.
We have extensive experience with Dos 3.0 -7.0, Windows 95, 98, 2000, XP home, XP media, and XP Professional.Windows 7 Home Premium, Windows 10 Professional version local workstation operating systems. We have some experience with Vista Home, and Vista Business, it is a resource and memory hog, prerforms slow, and adding a Vista computer can disrupt some existing "peer to peer" networks. We do not Reccomend Vista at all, nor Windows 8 due to its unintuitive graphical user interface (re-learning Windows), especially on mission critical systems. We recommend windows 7 Pro and Windows 10 Pro as their software environments allow, as some business programs have not been updated to Windows 10 as yet. And both of these operating systems support Windows Remote Desktop Hosting.