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CryptoWall Case Study IT Security and ProcessDamages from a computer virus can be boiled down to how many people are affected, amount of downtime, and how long it takes to clean up the mess. This article consists of three cases of a nasty ransomware virus called CryptoWall.

Jumpstart Your Holiday Cheer - Fast

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Taylor-Swift-Shake-It-Off-Parody---Endsight-Holiday----Fix-It-All-200x112-Nothing says, "Happy Holidays!" quite like a holiday greeting video. We put together this video to express our joy for the holidays as well as for the services we do. May your holiday season bond you with loved ones as we've bonded while putting this together.

Happy Holidays and may your new year be bright!

Ron-ThanksgivingEvery Thanksgiving we have an Endsight potluck. While we were waiting for the food to get situated, I thought it might be festive to ask a few of my co-workers what they are thankful for today. I was pleasantly surprised at some of the things they shared.

what-is-a-var-smFor decades, computer resellers, IT services companies and managed IT services firms have been referred to as VARs. VAR stands for Value Added Reseller. As per Wikipedia, a VAR is a company that adds features or services to an existing product, then resells it (usually to end-users) as an integrated product or complete "turn-key" solution.

Relationships Might Be Your Biggest IT Problem

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relationships-might-be-your-biggest-it-problemWhen prospective customers call us in to discuss the problems they are having with computers,  the issues are predictable: slow response times, long resolution times, lack of proactive strategy, a high-frequency of issues, data loss, down time, virus infections, security breaches, etc. These problems are easily solvable, yet only a small fraction of those prospects elect to make changes to resolve the issues. Why?