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We are moving to a new location! After August 31, 2015 you can bring your Mac and Windows computer repairs to:       4340 East Kentucky Ave Ste 143 Glendale, Colorado 80246 720-253-0092 service@icomputerdenver.com  

What is the Best Way to Integrate Cloud Services for Business IT?

Cloud services can be a lifesaver for businesses that need to increase IT capacity or capabilities quickly without the expense of purchasing additional network infrastructure, licensing software, and training staff. New research from Virtustream, an enterprise focused cloud computing company reports that the majority of U.S. businesses are currently using some form of cloud service. Small to medium sized businesses …

Lenovo Laptops Pre-installed with Superfish Security Breach

Lenovo Laptops Come with Superfish Security Breach Pre-Installed   Any Lenovo laptop purchased since August may have come with a prepackaged adware bundle that includes malicious software. One specific adware included in the bundle is known as VisualDiscovery by Superfish, it monitors web traffic while the user is shopping, this data is then used to serve up similar ads to …

Harnessing the Benefits of A Hybrid IT Network

    In today’s rapidly changing technology environment, cloud computing has proven to be especially valuable for small to medium sized businesses. Small businesses can now capitalize on the benefits of cloud services by avoiding deployment of expensive, physical network infrastructure. Traditionally, IT services such as data and communication management, as well as software installation and upgrades were implemented by …

Password Vulnerability, Heartbleed, May Be Behind You; Or NOT!

In April, researchers discovered a 2 year-old problem that has made Internet users particularly vulnerable to password and identity theft. This vulnerability, nicknamed “Heartbleed”was quickly addressed by many (but not all) of the companies that were affected, but if you haven’t taken steps to address it on your own accounts connected to the affected services, you may still be susceptible. …

Why You Should Upgrade Your Computer From Windows XP Now?

  Microsoft is no longer supporting XP, it finally happened on April 8 2014.  The Windows XPocalypse, coined by Chris Hoffman of PCWorld, is finally upon us. Microsoft has supported Windows XP since 2001 and at the time support for the OS stopped it was still the second most popular operating system around the world. Many computer users will now …

How To Integrate Mac OS X With Windows Active Directory

Business IT administrators and service providers have been coming across more mixed environment network configurations where some users are on Macs and others are using Windows.  There can be some challenges in terms of getting both operating systems to play nice together but generally it is fairly easy to integrate them seamlessly in one IT network system.  

All You Need To Know To Master Mac OS Mavericks

                                                   Mavericks, a new operating system recently released by Apple, is a free software download for Mac users.       Some basic details about Mavericks are:   Mavericks will run on Apple computers from 2009 …

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Network VPN Connections

    A virtual private network (VPN) is a private network that spreads across a public network like the Internet. This private network allows specified computers to transfer data securely across shared or public networks. The VPN is established through a virtual point-to-point connection using dedicated connections and encryption. Virtual Private Networks are secure pipelines (typically encrypted) that can connect remote employees to central servers.