Have you clicked on any strange or random email attachments lately? Used any unknown or foreign storage devices? Visited any one or number of unsecured websites? If you have, your computer runs the risk of acquiring or already being infecting with malware or some nasty virus. From the outside looking in, its one of the scariest things that we can have happen to our machines. The relentless pop-ups, programs and browsers taking ages to load up, your computer is practically unusable at this point and you feel helpless.
Worry not, your problems are the problems of most which results in our practice in this area growing vastly extensive. We've seen just about everything you can imagine so it's easy for us to diagnose and address problems immediately so that we can get you back to being able to work or just beating that new game.
The Gravity of being infected with a virus is amplified tenfold when dealing with offices or businesses that use networks. These viruses are infamous for spreading like wildfire from computer to computer. This can be detrimental to production and many times leave businesses at a complete stop. For when it gets to this point, were glad to help. But we suggest preventing it from getting to that point.
You might be thinking, "i'm not a computer technician, how am I supposed to how to do that?" It's actually quite simple, communication to your staff to be able to say no to the first three questions (up above in the first paragraph) at all times in the office or work space coupled with installing a good antivirus software in the beginning will ensure to keep your network running nicely without any malware issues.
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