For the week of July 2 through July 6, Servcom USA will be operating on an Emergency-Only service basis. If you have a critical down, please call our office and leave a message. We will respond to all requests within 4 hours.
Closing on July 4th
Servcom USA’s offices will be closed on Wednesday, July 4th. All tickets received via email, phone, or the Client Access Portal will be answered beginning at 10 AM on Thursday, July 5th.
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Everybody has been buzzing about this new tablet from Microsoft. Check out the video preview for Surface and tell us what you think!
Surface by Microsoft.
If you are using OpenDNS (our clients are protected), you don’t have to worry about the Flame malware. But if you want to know more about this much-discussed security threat, OpenDNS has published a detailed breakdown of how the malware has been controlled over the past four years. Check out the article here.
Please note – we have moved this training day from the 15th to the 14th!
In order to continue improving our services, Servcom USA will be conducting a training day for our technicians and employees on Thursday, June 14th. Please be aware that our technicians will be limited in their availability to respond to non-emergency service calls during regular business hours. As always, please call our office to report service disruptions, or go online to our Client Access Portal and submit a ticket.
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FBI — International Cyber Ring That Infected Millions of Computers Dismantled.
“Six Estonian nationals have been arrested and charged with running a sophisticated Internet fraud ring that infected millions of computers worldwide with a virus and enabled the thieves to manipulate the multi-billion-dollar Internet advertising industry. Users of infected machines were unaware that their computers had been compromised—or that the malicious software rendered their machines vulnerable to a host of other viruses…..”
Read more and check to make sure your computer isn’t infected @ FBI.gov.