Whether you are looking to install a business phone system or replace an old model with a new phone, you will need to understand the options that are ...
These days, if you listen long enough or read far enough about small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs), you’re bound to hear a lot of polarizing ideas about “The Cloud” and how it is revolutionizing everything—both positively and negatively.
Modern mobile technology is changing the way we do business, and there's no denying the benefits of a mobile workforce: Enhanced productivity, immediate access to data and applications at our fingertips, and the ability to collaborate between remote locations are just a few.
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DCG Technical Solutions, Inc. Earns CompTIA Associate Security Trustmark™
Validation that DCG Technical Solutions uses industry accepted security best practices
Los Angeles, CA – March 3, 2016 – DCG Technical Solutions, Inc.
Nothing bites into productivity like having your network down. Our 24/7 proactive network monitoring lets us reduce your support costs and minimize network downtime so you can focus on building your business, not on fixing your network.
DCG donated an IIS Above and high definition monitor to Ernest Lawrence Middle School, located in Chatsworth CA. Teachers Alice Moriarty (Science/Math) and Veronica Goode (English/History)received us and had their kids create these fantastic thank you notes.
DCG Network Diagramming Service
More often than not, new DCG clients lack proper network documentation and, specifically, a network diagram, which is a fundamental part of their business.
What is a network diagram? Basically it is a network’s organizational chart.
ISS-Above inventor Liam Kennedy talks to students at Ernest Lawrence Middle School in Chatsworth
Students at Harambee Preparatory School in Pasadena, CA have a coveted front row view to the International Space Station, thanks to a generous donation by Brent Whitfield of DCG Technical Solutions, Inc.
Microsoft's retirement of the Windows Server 2003 operating system brings a lot of serious concerns for those still running the system, including risk of hacker attacks, data theft, and system crashes, to name a few. It is imperative for those of you still running the Windows Server 2003 OS to run, not walk, toward a system upgrade.
There's been a major security warning issued for businesses running Microsoft Windows Server 2003 or Exchange 2003. If either of these are running on any servers in your office, be aware of a dangerous security threat to your organization that must be addressed immediately.
Over the past two years, the average total cost of a data breach has increased 23% reaching an astronomical $3.79 million.
The year 2015 saw some of the worst IT hacks ever. Physhing schemes, cyber attacks, compromised medical records, exploited tax records, the installation of malware backdoors are only some of what wreaked cyber security havoc for some reputable companies.