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A better way to do Windows Updates

A Better way to do Windows Updates Updates often come at the worst moment. You go to shut down your laptop to rush to a meeting, and you get a “Windows is updating. Do not power off” message. Argh! Or you leave your desktop to go to a meeting and come back to find your […]

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Does Mesh Wi-Fi Make Sense for Your Home?

Does Mesh Wi-Fi Make Sense for Your Home? Wi-Fi is a top contender for a technology most of us rely upon. After all, Wi-Fi often provides our wireless high-speed internet and network connections. Without Wi-Fi we’d be stuck watching another reality TV show on a cable-connected device. We couldn’t work from wherever we wanted in […]

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Hurricane Dorian is Coming

Taking action now can protect your data and company should a hurricane hit our area this weekend. Let’s look at a few key steps that can help your business prepare: Backup Your Data : Make a backup of your server or all of your important data and take it with you. Even if you are using […]

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Holiday Hours

“It ought to be celebrated with Pomp and Parade, with Shows, Games, Sports, Guns, Bells, Bonfires and Illuminations from one End of this Continent to the other from this Time forward forever more.” President John Adams, July 3, 1776 Net Works would like to wish you a Happy and Safe 4th of July! HOLIDAY HOURS […]

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Net Works, Inc. Acquires Networking Magic, Inc.

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Net Works, Inc. Acquires Networking Magic, Inc. Daytona Beach, FL –  On June 6, 2018, the locally owned Net Works, Inc made its third IT acquisition in as many years by acquiring another local firm Networking Magic, Inc.    Net Works got its start in 2000 servicing computer and networking systems for […]

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Security Alert : Upgrade Your Router’s Firmware

FBI warns consumers to reboot their routers “Foreign cyber actors have compromised hundreds of thousands of home and office routers and other networked devices worldwide,” the FBI said in a warning released on Friday. The malware can do things like scoop up users’ personal data and cripple website service. “They can spy on you,” Edward Stroz of […]

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Improving Your Windows 10 Experience

The improvements features introduced in Windows 10 make it one of Microsoft’s most successful operating systems However, poor PC management practices can still detract from the user experience. Here are several ways to improve these practices and ensure a high quality operating system. Windows to has advanced security features, but it can still experience issues […]

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Signs Malware Has Infected Your Computer

Even when you place an anti-virus application on your computer, it is still possible for it to become infected. Malware constantly modifies itself in order to keep up with technology, placing your machine at risk even when you think you have it protected. This is particularly true if you forget to keep your anti-virus/anti-spyware program […]

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Protect Yourself from Fake Tech Support

It is something just about every computer user has faced at one time or another. The computer suddenly freezes just as you are finishing an important email, or shuts down for no discernible  reason and ruins hours of your hard work. Then out of the blue you receive a phone call from a supposed tech […]

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Beware of opening Microsoft Word attachments

We would like to inform all Microsoft® Office users of a new zero-day attack that installs malware onto fully patched systems running Microsoft’s operating system via an Office vulnerability. We recommend refraining from sending or opening any Word documents via email. Microsoft Office has a feature called “Protected View” that is enabled by default; however, […]