Managed IT Services – What are they and why do I need them? (Part 3)

At its most basic form, Remote Monitoring means installing software on a client’s computer that reports on items such as operating system version, online state, hardware health (e.g. hard drive, CPU, RAM), and security risks. If any of these variables are not in the correct state, it sends an alert to the Managed IT Services provider (that’s us) to tell us that something is wrong and needs to be addressed.

Managed IT Services – What are they and why do I need them? Part (2)

This is Part 2 of our 3-part series on IT Managed Services. What are “Managed IT Services”? Part (2) Data Protection If you’re still asking yourself “what exactly are Managed IT services?” we suggest you start with Part 1 of our series. Managed IT Services are available for a wide variety of IT systems and […]

Managed IT Services – What are they and why do I need them?

This is Part 1 of our 3-part series on Managed IT Services. What are “Managed IT Services”? Part (1) Managed IT Security Rather than the ‘break/fix” model of waiting for things to go wrong – and losing valuable time and business while waiting for diagnostics and repairs – many small businesses are able to improve […]

Building The Best Budget Gaming Computer: The Ultimate Guide

This is a guide for purchasing the best budget gaming computer for you hard earned money! This guide will show you what to look for when purchasing your next budget computer. For our guide we will assume that the user is going to be doing moderate gaming and streaming in 4k. This requires a hefty […]

Why Should I Change My Password?

The obvious answer to the question “Why Should I Change My Password?” is so you don’t get hacked. However, how long should I wait between password changes? What are the most common passwords? Is there any easier way to remember all of my passwords? These are all common questions that we are going to answer […]

What is the Internet of Things?

What is the internet of things? Straight from the words of google; “the interconnection via the Internet of computing devices embedded in everyday objects, enabling them to send and receive data.” That is pretty broad. The internet of things, includes your Apple Watch, or the Nest Thermostat that you can control with your phone. Additionally […]

Windows or Mac? The Age Old Question

Printer Trouble? Read Me!

Are you having trouble printing? Is your printer constantly jamming? This guide is to help you with a few tips on printing and how to repair your printer. Most of the time the problem is as simple as a slight movement of a plastic piece, to make it work well again. Denver Computer Techs Guide […]

Denver Computer Tech’s Guide to Backing Up your Financial Data

When it comes to backing up your financial data or for any “mission critical” data. You want to make sure that you have it in a minimum of 3 locations. Think on-premise, off-premise and in the cloud. With these 3 locations you will be able to have peace of mind that your data is backed […]

Guide to a Speedy Computer

If you are reading this, then likely you are wondering why your computer is slow and if this article will help you. It DEFINITELY will help you! But the root cause of most of the issues of slowness in computers is due to older hardware trying to process the latest and greatest content that the […]