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Storm Damage

Have you had damage to your business due to recent storms in our area? Technology Unlimited can help get you going! If storms have impacted your phones, computers, networking equipment or services, our sales and service team is ready to ...
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Tired of Spam Calls?

Technology Unlimited is proud to offer quality business Phone Solutions and SIP Trunking from our Sangoma Authorized Dealer Program. Sangoma just posted this informative article that will help us all in the very near future. The FCC has passed the ...
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Mid-Year 2020 COVID-19 Statement

Technology Unlimited is a designated essential services provider and continues to work with clients during COVID-19, providing products and services. Our team always wears proper PPE when doing onsite visits and tests, and is regularly monitored to assure their health ...
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Thank You for 23 Years and Going!

Today, June 10, 2020, Technology Unlimited, Inc. celebrates our 23rd year in business! It's all because of our great clients that this has been possible, and we take our responsibility to each and every one of you very seriously. We ...
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We are here for you!

Throughout the COVID-19 situation, Technology Unlimited remains here to serve you. Our staff is working remotely wherever possible and practicing social distancing and hygiene to assure they remain safe, but in emergencies we can respond onsite, as a designated essential ...
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Technology Unlimited COVID-19 Statement

In the wake of the COVID-19 Virus outbreak, Technology Unlimited would like to assure our clients that we are taking every precaution to isolate our customers from potential infection due to contact. As most of you know, for many years, ...
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Microsoft Office 365 Users Will Be Required to Make Changes in Logins

Microsoft has announced that all users of Microsoft Office 365 will need to comply with Modern Authentication standards effective October 13, 2020 in order to avoid disruption of services. According to the article found at This Article  "we will stop ...
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NSA Reports Major Vulnerability – Patch NOW.

According to the National Security Agency (NSA) " You are strongly encouraged to implement the recently released CVE-2020-0601 patch immediately." Microsoft has released a security update today to fix "a broad cryptographic vulnerability" impacting the Windows operating system. The bug ...
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Major Windows 10 Vulnerability

All Windows 10 users should update their computers to v1903 immediately to avoid the danger of worm vulnerabilities identified by Microsoft. See the story below. https://msrc-blog.microsoft.com/2019/08/13/patch-new-wormable-vulnerabilities-in-remote-desktop-services-cve-2019-1181-1182/
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Windows 7 End of Support and Updates is Coming Soon

On January 14, 2020, Microsoft will end all support for Windows 7 operating systems. In a quote from Microsoft “After January 14, 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or support for PCs running Windows 7. You can continue ...
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Microsoft Windows 8 Releases Today

By Mike Ledbetter / October 26, 2012 / 0 Comments

Today marks the release of Microsoft’s latest operating system Windows 8! It is touted to be Windows 7 but better. It features the rock-solid foundation of Windows 7 with major improvements throughout. It works with most existing hardware that runs Windows 7 and Vista so upgrades are easy. A personalized start screen, cloud syncing, app […]

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Google Apps Will Not Work In Windows XP Soon

By Mike Ledbetter / October 5, 2012 / 0 Comments

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 as Picassa photo library, and you are running Windows XP, this is an urgent situation […]

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End of Support Schedule for Windows 7 Operating Systems

By Mike Ledbetter / July 30, 2012 / 0 Comments

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 able to sell boxed versions of Windows 7 until October  2013.  OEM’s will be able to […]

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Password Security

By Mike Ledbetter / July 19, 2012 / 0 Comments

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, but changing your password on a regular basis is a good way to protect yourself […]

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Maintenance and Logging

By Mike Ledbetter / July 5, 2012 / 0 Comments

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 be marked for an upgrade for security reasons, as this is usually how computers get […]

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Happy 4th of July

By Mike Ledbetter / July 3, 2012 / 0 Comments

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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