It’s been a great conference, and a few take-aways for me are the following:

  • Learning new ways to backups server images
  • Learning about some new antivirus products that will help out IT support in San Diego greatly.
  • Using Nmap and MRTG to help diagnose tech support issue that arise from our client base here is San Diego
  • Using different ways of helping clients with IT support
  • Also I learned that showing clients all we do in term of our networking practices and in terms of all the things we do to try and get clients help proactively and fix things before they break. This will also help us show value to all of our tech support clients that have networking issues in san diego.

It was a great conference and I was glad to attend... This is Sean, over and out!!!!!

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Watch Out San Diego

Example of a warning from a rogue security program known as AntivirusXP

Being the San Diego Computer consultants that we are, we come up with a lot of options for IT support and helping our clients proactively. We currently are letting our clients know about a new thing called "scare ware".

All the info on this can be found at this URL. It basically is when you start having lots of pop ups saying that you have a virus and please put your credit card down. Be very careful when clicking around -- things that seem legit may not be at all.

For more info on this, checkout this URL: http://www.microsoft.com/security/antivirus/rogue.aspx

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