The Nerds of Lethbridge gathered today to join the City of Lethbridge, Downtown Lethbridge BRZ and Heart of Our City to launch the new Downtown Lethbridge free wireless network. This network was built and is maintained by Nerds On Site.
High profile breaches do not necessarily result from sophisticated attacks. Many of them are the result of fairly simple social engineering or phishing attacks. These can usually be prevented by educating users and making them aware of these kinds of threats.
Yesterday, we reviewed some of the benefits of a cloud server, and today we’d like to discuss some of the options you have with a Nerds On Site managed cloud server. Operating System We support many different operating systems in order to meet as many of your needs as possible. Currently, we support Red Hat [...]
[this post is from Nerd Dennis Houseknecht] If it seems to you that malware is on the rise, you are quite correct. If you think that mobile devices are not a target, you are quite mistaken. Here are a few of articles highlighting the security threats of mobile devices: Fake AV for mobile platform [...]
Nerds On Site recently started selling Cloud Servers to our clients, and you may be wondering what a Cloud Server actually is, and how you can use it to increase the productivity, profitability and pleasure in your business. In this article, we will try to explain the definition of a cloud server, and in tomorrow [...]
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“After having a meeting with the Choctaw Indians of Mississippi, discussing wireless internet access solutions, they agreed to my proposal of 45 units, 45 five year licenses, and 45 Power over Ethernet (POE) connections. They agreed to the proposal!
Late yesterday, a client called and needed desperate help with her Word Press blog (hosted elsewhere, but their business site is with us). Time lines were too tight for me to get up to speed, so I told her I would find a Nerd better qualified to assist. I send a distribution email to all Nerds, and then I had dinner.