EVAN Disrupts Traditional IT Support Model Through Connecting Customers with Specialists for Simple, Secure On-Demand Solutions Company implements new platform features for faster specialist connections to solve time-sensitive IT issues and stronger comprehensive system management for ongoing IT health. June 20, 2018 – Austin – (BUSINESS WIRE) – EVAN® connects customers with friendly IT professionals to provide immediate, real-time IT Read More
If you are often asking your computer to work faster or feel that it cannot keep up with you, it may be time to evaluate a hardware upgrade in the form of a Solid-State Drive (SSD) to replace the slow, mechanical hard drive your computer likely came with. Generally, modern PC processors and RAM (less than 5 years old) have Read More
Over the past week, the FBI and network equipment manufacturers, like Cisco, have been monitoring a new malware that targets internet routers. This malware, called VPNFilter,  has been identified in at least 500,000 devices and has the potential to collect data and/or render the device inoperable. As scary as this sounds, there are some simple steps you can take to Read More
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Over the past few months, you have probably noticed more and more emails being sent in compliance with the requirements of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). Many of these are legitimate, but unfortunately, hackers are now taking advantage of the “unsubscribe” links in these emails to deliver malware and attempt to collect more of your personal information. What is Read More
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According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, veteran unemployment rates declined from 4.3 percent to 3.7 percent in 2017, however many U.S. veterans still face unique challenges when returning to the civilian workforce, such as disabilities, stereotyping, or lack of access to job fairs and recruiting portals. This May, EVAN is recognizing National Military Appreciation Month, Memorial Day, and our veteran EVANs who make Read More
Yesterday afternoon, Twitter announced that a bug in their systems left passwords for all of their 336 million users unmasked in an internal company log file. The bug is now fixed, and there is no evidence of a breach or unauthorized use, but this is a great reminder of how our passwords can be easily exposed. All Twitter users should Read More