Posts Tagged ‘mooresville computer training’

Mobile Malware Alert

Wednesday, June 22nd, 2011

I read this article on CNN Tech and thought I should share it.

This week, mobile security provider Lookout is warning Android users of a new twist on malware (one of the key mobile security risks I covered last week).

There’s a malicious app called GGTracker, which tricks you into installing it by leading you to a fake version of Google’s Android Market.

Read More the article at CNN Tech

If you think your machine is infected with malware or a virus, call me for help removing it.

Tim Grier

www.CETofNC.com

This week, mobile security provider Lookout is warning Android users of a new twist on malware (one of the key mobile security risks I covered last week).
There’s a malicious app called GGTracker, which tricks you into installing it by leading you to a fake version of Google’s Android Market.

Free Computer Basics Session 3 – Monday, March 28th at 3:30pm

Sunday, March 27th, 2011

Computer Basics – How to Speak Geek
Session 3 – “How Your Computer Thinks – Not!”
Microprocessors and Memory

Keeping it Simple, Fun and Free!

If you are interested in learning more about how your computer works, join me in an open discussion.

What: Computer Basics – How to Speak Geek
Session 3: Microprocessors and Memory
When: Monday, March 28th at 3:00 – 4:30
Where: Charles Mack Citizens Center on N Main St, Mooresville

The 2011 sessions of Computer Basics – How to Speak Geek are being held on the 4th Monday of each month at 3:30 pm. These discussions are free and open to all.
Thank You,
Tim Grier
CET Computer Magic
www.CETofNC.com

Computers Need Repairing

Wednesday, March 9th, 2011

Nothing lasts forever anymore and computers are no different. I perform many computer repairs in Mooresville and all around the Lake Norman shoreline, even Hickory but sometimes I am amazed at how easy it could be to avoid having issues with your computing hardware.computer_repair

The very best way to avoid costly computer repairs is to have a technician on retainer, especially if you are a business. As business owners, our computers are a valued, even necessary part of our day to day operation so why not keep them up to speed. We spend money evey year to maintain our car or truck, why not your computer or network?

My clients that have me on retainer, pay much less every year than they would if they only called me when issues arise. It’s like having insurance, if you get sick do you pay the doctor or hospital yourself? No, we use our insurance, so why not have coverage for your office or home computer systems?

If you think having your IT guy on a retainer is too expensive, call me for a free quote. No hassle or obligation, just a quick interview and quote. I’m positive I can optimize your computing system to operate at it’s peak and do it for less money than you may think.

Tim Grier
www.CETofNC.com