Microsoft 365 – 4 New Enhancements

January 6, 2021 nicole

Fighting Online Meeting Fatigue

As you may know, Microsoft changed the name of Office 365 SMB offerings to Microsoft 365 to encompass a slew…

Top 5 Reasons to Use Computer St. Louis for Managed Services

January 6, 2021 nicole

Computer St. Louis Managed Services

First, what is Managed Services? It’s our proactive approach at managing all your IT, an inclusive mash-up of your network,…

Year-end Hardware – Utilize Your Remaining Hardware Budget in 2020

December 3, 2020 nicole

Hardware and Software Budgets

We’re out of capacity, can I have one more physical server, or can I finally upgrade to 10GB switching on…

Ransomware Attacks are on the Rise with Covid-19

December 3, 2020 nicole

Layered Security

The importance of training your team on phishing attempts via email or downloads from nefarious websites, needs to be a…

WatchGuard – Trusted Wireless Environment

November 5, 2020 nicole


In keeping with wireless connectivity, security is always the next conversation. WatchGuard’s Trusted Wireless Environment addresses major components that could…

Wi-Fi 6 – The Future of Wireless

November 5, 2020 nicole


Are you ready for even faster wireless connectivity? In this newsletter, we’re going to talk about Wi-Fi 6. It’s the…

Webroot Anti-virus and Internet Security

October 9, 2020 nicole


We’ve all been there – right in the middle of a big project and your anti-virus pops up with a…

Zero Trust Security Creates Data Breach Defense

October 9, 2020 nicole

Zero Trust Environment

Many an argument has been made regarding the lengths with which a company should go to protect their data –…

Make the Move to Managed Services – ROI in a Nutshell

August 31, 2020 nicole

It’s the age-old adage, “if it’s not broken, don’t fix it.” While that might have been true and continues to…

Cloud Repatriation – Is it Right for Your Company?

August 31, 2020 nicole

While cloud-based solutions can be instrumental for some storage needs, it can make sense to bring back an on-premises server…