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Remote Worker Setup and Support is Our Response to COVID-19

Whether for Remote Worker Setup or traditional network support…Contacting MBS During the Crisis: We are working from home as much as possible.   You may still reach us by phone or e-mail.   We are on the “essential worker” list, so we will make on-site visits if necessary, but we prefer to avoid them until this passes.  […]

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Racine Hit By Ransomware; Overcoming Ransomware

Overcoming ransomware:  the City of Racine was hit with a ransomware attack on Friday, January 31st.  They are still working to recover.  This type of attack is one of the reasons behind several recommendations we’ve been making consistently for years. Here’s a typical scenario for overcoming ransomware:  Redirected folders store users’ documents, pictures, and desktop […]

Windows 7 Expiring

Windows 7 Expiring

Windows 7 Expiring Windows 7 was one of Microsoft’s best products. It was very stable and easy to work with. But, all good things come to an end, and Microsoft is discontinuing extended support in mid-January. Windows 7 expiring means no more security updates. Some of you may wonder what the big deal is – […]

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Christmas Letter 2019

Christmas Letter  Dear Friends, It’s already December, and we find ourselves celebrating another Christmas season. This year has gone by so fast, where did all the time go? Looking back, 2019 has had its’ shares of ups and downs. Business-wise, for us, information technology has been blessed…Politically, it seems like Americans are in a state […]

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Intel Shortages Continue

Here we are, in December, and Intel’s chip supply issue is no better – actually worse – than when I wrote of the problem in May. My go-to computer for business use, the HP ProDesk 400 G6 with an Intel i5 processor and an SSD drive, is now a tough find.  Very tough. I have […]

Do we really remember?

I remember hearing about the first tower on the radio on my way to work. At the office, we tuned in to watch news coverage. It seemed like a terrible, freak accident. Then the second plane hit and we all knew it was no accident. We always say “Never Forget”, but 18 years is a […]

Veterans Day

Veterans Day

On Veterans Day, we honor those who have served in our military. Well-meaning people often confuse Veterans Day with two other holidays. Memorial Day honors those who died in service of their country.   Armed Forces Day honors those who are presently serving.    If you want to “Thank A Vet”, this is the day! 2018 […]

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See the new Mullarky Business Systems Partners Page

We have a new Mullarky Business Systems Partners page.    Find the page (much like this post) at https://www.mbswi.com/about/mullarky-business-systems-partners/ Mullarky business systems is proud to work with many fine global, national and Wisconsin firms – all there to help us do a better job of serving you, our clients.  Here’s a sampling of Mullarky Business Systems Partners:Datto – […]

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Computer Buying Guide: Minimum Standards for Business PC Purchases

Computer Buying Guide – August 2018 My friends and relatives, as well as clients, look at us as their “computer buying guide.”  They often ask for advice when buying a new desktop or laptop/tablet.   Here are some general guidelines that I go by: Here are the main elements to consider in a computer buying guide:   […]

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