Happy 4th of July!

2018 Jul

Happy Independence Day!

In Observance of Independence Day, our stores will be closed Wednesday, July 4th and will reopen July 5th for regular business hours 8:30 to 5:30

Thank you for a Speedy Response

2018 Jun

Thank you card from Good Life Family Chiropractic

We provided excellent service to Good Life Family Chiropractic and we got an awesome thank you card! Happy to help!

Know your Cats | Cat 5e vs. Cat 6

2018 May

Here is a great little chart comparing Category 5e and Category 6 Ethernet cables. It does a good job explaining the difference between capabilities of Cat 5e and Cat 6 cable.

Protect Your Mac

We all have heard the myth: “Macs can’t get viruses”. There is also another saying that comes to mind. “A picture is worth a thousand words”.

Happy Memorial Day

2018 May

Memorial Day 2018

In Observance of Memorial Day, we will be closed Saturday, Sunday, and Monday to spend time with our families and honor the memory of our service members and their families who

Throw Back Thursday!

2018 May

So… As a joke, we set up one of our coworkers with a CRT monitor and old school keyboard. We called it, Throw Back Thursday!  

PCI Compliance – Are you ready?

2018 May

PCI Compliance - Credit Card Data Security

Do you want help with PCI Compliance at your company?  We specialize in helping companies become PCI complaint! Your first question might be, do I need it?  If you take credit cards over the phone, through a web page, or a

QC Installs Network Access Point

2018 Apr

qc installed wireless access point

We finished installing the router and wireless access point at a brand new law office opening soon. Check out the professional installation.  We had to climb in their attic for this…

MacBook Pro Aluminum Case Fix

2018 Apr

This Mac Book Pro was experiencing an electrical short due to the Aluminum Case.

We had an interesting job today. A customer brought in a MacBook Pro that was crashing when it was moved around. A closer look revealed that pressure on the bottom panel was causing the issue.  After some troubleshooting;