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Increase Your Network Security with “Whitelisting”

Oct 15, 2018
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The internet is a marvelous place. With millions upon millions of sites to choose from, what you can find, what you can see, what you can learn, where you can go and what you can buy and have delivered to your door in under 24 hours is nearly limitless. Truly remarkable. But make no mistake, […]

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How To Fire Your IT Professional While Protecting Your Data

Oct 2, 2018
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Firing an employee is never easy and never pleasant. Firing your IT pro or Systems Administrator comes with a whole other set of issues. Often referred to as “the keeper of the keys”, this individual has the access and ability to seriously compromise, even sabotage, your data and systems on their way out the door, […]

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Second Career for Retired Military Personnel

Sep 19, 2018
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Looking for a Few Good Nerds, Click Here Excellent Second Career Opportunity for Retired Military Personnel As an established and trusted IT Managed Service Provider (MSP) with an expanding footprint across the United States, Nerds On Site is always looking to add top talent to our growing team. We want the best and brightest and […]

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Tips To Keep You and Your Office Cyber-Safe While Traveling

Aug 31, 2018
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If you own your own business, travel can often be an important part of keeping that business growing. And on top of the business trips that take you away from the office are, hopefully, the well-deserved vacations you need to relax, unwind, recharge and refocus. However, stepping away from the business that you put everything […]

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Getting Your High School Grad Tech-Ready for the Next Step

Aug 20, 2018
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Time flies! It seems like just yesterday she was all pigtails and puddle jumping, and mere weeks ago that you were teaching him how to knot a tie for his first school dance. (Does anyone wear ties to school dances anymore?) And now, Poof!, they’re off to pursue higher education – away from you. It’s […]

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How To Hire The Right IT Professional For Your Business

Aug 15, 2018
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As your company grows, there is no doubt you will need a dedicated IT professional to oversee and manage your technology – the lifeblood of any modern enterprise. In today’s ever-changing landscape, your data remains your most valued commodity, so hiring the right IT personnel to safeguard this data, avoid crippling downtime, and keep your […]

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Mail Service Outage Round-Up

Jun 9, 2018
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With our mail server issues now resolved, we wanted to post a quick summary of the outage and the resolution that we implemented to get all services running at optimal speeds.  Once again, we apologize to our clients that use this free-tier email service for the inconvienence that they experienced during the day outage and […]

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Mail Server Outage

May 31, 2018
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Early on May 30, our mail server briefly went down, and our team quickly ascertained that the issue was a storage problem. We were able to get the system running again in about 5 minutes, but new that a proper investigation and fix was necessary once the business day was over for most of our […]

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End of the Line for HTTP

The online world is becoming increasingly unfriendly for non-HTTPS websites, and today Nerds Hosting is announcing that as of July 9, 2018, our hosting services will no longer serve non-https content. What is HTTPS The ‘S’ in HTTPS stands for secure, and this indicates that your website is being served to your end-client via an […]

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Hosting Outage of January 11, 2018

Jan 12, 2018
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On January 11, 2018, our shared hosting platform suffered an embarrassing outage, starting in the mid-afternoon, and lasting in to the early evening. We apologize sincerely to our clients for this outage and the inconvenience it caused you.  Only web hosting was affected, email and DNS services were not affected in any way. The cause […]

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