From The Technology Unlimited Blog..

Google Apps Will Not Work In Windows XP Soon

With the introduction of Internet Explorer pending on October 26th of this month, Google has announced that support for versions of IE before version 9 will cease on November 15, 2012. If you use Google Apps, even something as simple ...
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End of Support Schedule for Windows 7 Operating Systems

by Scott Guelig Microsoft is releasing their new operating system Windows 8 in October 2012.  With the release, many consumers believe they will no longer be able to purchase Windows 7.  That is untrue!  Microsoft has announced retailers will be ...
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Password Security

by Phillip Judd This year, attacks on websites are at an all-time high.  The amount of personal identity attacks are up by 200 percent over 2010. That is 12 million pieces of personal information.  I talk about this quite frequently, ...
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Maintenance and Logging

by Phillip Judd During slow times, it is a good idea to do maintenance on all computers and document problem areas. While doing maintenance routines you should note computers that need upgrades or replacement, software that is out of date should ...
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Happy 4th of July

Technology Unlimited would like to wish everyone a Happy 4th of July. We will be closed Wednesday in observance and returning on the 5th. Thank a soldier or veteran for the freedom we all enjoy, and have a safe holiday!
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Microsoft Set to Release Major Competition for iPad 3

In a press meeting last Monday, Microsoft announced that they will release two new tablet products to compete directly with Apple's popular iPad. One tablet will be an Intel Core-based unit called Surface for Windows 8 Pro that’s set for ...
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Browsing sites safely

byPhillip Judd Google has been working on a safe browsing initiative for about 5 years. They have built-in plugins for Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. They have released some data on the initiative. Google claims to find about 9500 new malicious ...
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Social Media Can Help Your Business

As users become more and more dependent on the internet to help them locate products, services, maps, and reviews to help them decide where to buy, social media is surging forward as a way to promote your business. People use ...
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Documentation

by Phillip Judd There are lots of ways to keep your network running smoothly and keep downtime to a minimum. The most import thing is documentation. Properly documenting your network and updating as it changes is vital if anything goes wrong. ...
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New Mac Info and a Software Update Issue

I just wanted to make a couple of quick points in regard to the new Apple machines that were released on Monday and also point out something to be wary of in regard to new software that's being released alongside ...
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Secure Your Passwords and Protect Your Information

By Mike Ledbetter / March 29, 2019 / 0 Comments

Don’t ignore the threat, let Technology Unlimited help. Hackers are looking for your information and your data 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The so called Dark Web offers them usernames and passwords that come from hacked sites, and are sold and shared along with other personal data. Yet many people use a […]

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Technology Unlimited is Celebrating our 20th Year in Business!

By Mike Ledbetter / May 22, 2017 / 0 Comments

  We owe it all to you, our valued clients! Therefore, we would like to invite you to join us for a come and go as you please “Thank You” event. Date: June 13, 2017 Time: 4:00 pm to 6:00 pm Location: The Better Business Bureau 17 S Dewey, Oklahoma City, OK 73102 Map: Click Here […]

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Surge Protection: How Many Joules Is Enough to Protect My Computer?

By Mike Ledbetter / February 27, 2017 / 0 Comments

Your computers, network equipment, servers, surveillance equipment, phone system and general office electronics are a big part of your company or home expense. It is therefore very important to protect your electronics against surges and spikes in the electricity caused by fluctuations in power, brown-outs, electrical storms, etc. But how much protection is enough. The […]

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Macintosh Users Be Aware!

By Mike Ledbetter / February 24, 2017 / 0 Comments

If you are a Mac user and assume that you are safe from Virus and Spyware/RansomeWare activity, be advised, you are not safe. According to Intego.com, a Macintosh anti-virus/anti-malware software provider, “Security Alert Caution: Uptick in Mac Malware — Here’s What You Need to Know February has been a busy month for Intego’s malware research […]

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Ransomware: What We Can Do and What You Can Do

By Mike Ledbetter / January 18, 2017 / 0 Comments

Technology Unlimited is Partnered with DriveSavers to help you recover lost data. You’ll save 10% when you visit their site and enter our discount code, or we can handle the entire process for you and save even more. What is Ransomware? Sometimes, hackers use software programs to search for Internet-connected computers with holes in their security. […]

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Quarterly Security Assessment Scans of Your Network

By Mike Ledbetter / October 4, 2016 / 0 Comments

How secure is your network and the devices on it? Don’t guess, Technology Unlimited now offers quarterly vulnerability scans to detect and report potential threats to your data. Vulnerability scanning utilizes technology that seeks out security flaws and tests systems for weak points. These scanning systems generate a report of the findings so that your […]

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