Announcement: PC Computer Repairs NYC

Computer Repair, Maintenace, Installation, Web Design and Tech Support – New York City, NY

When it comes to servicing your computer, we strive to provide business and home MAC and PC users in NYC Manhattan and Brooklyn with a service oriented experience. All of our service professionals are Microsoft Certified MCPs. We provide small business to medium business, home, house calls, onsite and off site dropoff computer repair NYC.

For small businesses the experts at b4computers can:

  • Setup Microsoft Windows Server domain and workgroup networks
  • Repair Microsoft Windows Server 2003, 2008 and 2012 operating systems
  • Setup, upgrade and repair Dell, HP, IBM, Lenovo and other servers
  • Provide secure internet access through a VPN LAN
  • Setup a business network with domain configured windows server environment

For business and home the experts at b4computers can:

  • Perform the service and repair at your business, home, or you can come to us
  • Fix problems encountered with all standard hardware and software for server, desktop, tower, laptop, notebook, and netbook.
  • Provide service to install, Windows upgrade and repair for Microsoft Windows 10, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, and Windows XP.
  • We repair and are experienced with all manufacturers such as Apple, Dell, HP, Lenovo, Sony, IBM, ThinkPad, Vaio, Toshiba, Mac, Macbook, Macbook Pro, iMac and others.
  • Upgrade and repair laptop, desktop and tower computers
  • Repair cracked laptop screen, dim or flickering LCD screens for laptops and LCD monitors
  • Update your operating system with fixes, drivers, and security updates
  • Train you on how to operate your computers and keep them updated so you encounter fewer problems
  • Computer hardware and software upgrade advice
  • Configure the software to enable us to service your computers remotely
  • Setup secure and encrypted wireless networks
  • Extend wireless networks to reach all rooms and spaces
  • Service your computers with privacy and confidentiality in mind
  • Hard drive data recovery

We do not sell any parts directly to the client. Parts can be purchased by the client or we can purchase it for you to perform the repair. What it costs us to acquire the part is what you pay.

Onsite in home PC computer repair service is at $75 per hour plus parking if applicable.
Onsite business workstation and server computer repair service is at $90 per hour plus parking if applicable.

Contact: Peter Coach  631-965-5110

email info@newhopehotline.com

Virus removal NYC, Malware removal  Manhattan, Adware Removal Brooklyn

In the early age of computers viruses would try to display a message on your screen, delete your files and break the operating system. Now most viruses are trying to make money off of you. They do this with

Google ads that either you click on or they get paid simply showing the ad. We can remove the virus and repair your computer so its safe to use and with restored performance. You can get a virus from an email attachment, adobe flash, java, website and programs you download. We provide virus removal services in Manhattan Brooklyn New York. We can provide this service at your business and home or you can drop off your computer in New York City.

There are many types of computer viruses:

Boot sector virus – Infects your hard drive and works in the background.

Browser Hijacker –
Infects Internet Explorer, Firefox and Chrome redirects the page you want to visit to an advertisement website page. When you search on Google changes the search result with new links that redirects to ads. Changes your home page to a fake search page. It also can display pop ups

Polymorphic Virus – Evades antivirus utilities by changing its own program to prevent detection.

Resident Virus – Loads a side virus that restores the main virus when deleted

Rootkit Virus – Invisible virus that hides and runs in the background

Trojan Virus – Gets installed when loading a program or utility you want

Keylogger Virus – Records your passwords and sends them back to virus creator

Ransomware – Stops you from using your computer until you pay with a green dot MoneyPak. This shows up in many forms like the FBI computer virus

Worm – Is a virus program that copies and multiplies itself by using computer networks

Fake Antivirus – Logos and images look almost like the real thing. They run a fake scan then displays a result page of all the viruses it found. Then asks you to purchase the program to remove them.

Spyware / Adware – tracking and storing Internet users’ movements on the Web and serving up pop-up ads to Internet users.

If you would like more information on all the different types of viruses out there click below.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Computer_virus

Terms & Regulations

Scheduling
Our schedule changes daily, depending on other clients, traffic conditions and public transportation. You should allow us a one hour margin from your appointed time. If we schedule for 5:00pm, we might arrive as late as 6:00pm, but we always try our best to be punctual

Time = Money
When your technician comes over, please remember that time is money. Although we work very fast, we are not psychic and can never be 100% sure how much time a certain task could take. The charge is by an hourly rate, even if it takes 4 hours to do something you thought would take only 2 hours.

One Hour Minimum
The first charge is always for arriving/traveling and the first hour of work. Even if your problem is fixed after 9 minutes, you will still have to pay for the entire hour. After the first hour, charges will be made for parts of an hour (for example, 2 hours and 10 minutes).

Payment
We accept cash or checks (with a preference for cash). If you are a business, we can invoice you, and set up a time to be paid. For remote/online service, we accept payment through PayPal.com or Google Checkout.

Coverage Area
Since this is New York, most of our traveling takes place on public transportation, which means that if you live too far from the city, there will be an extra charge for the first hour (the hour that includes the traveling fee).

Contact: Peter Coach  631-965-5110

email info@newhopehotline.com

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Announcement: Office 365 Pricing – How to Buy One License

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1 user license at $6.00 per user license, per month $6.00
per month
Subtotal $6.00

Why Office 365?

Office 365 makes sense at any budget. Starting at $6/mo/user any organization can afford to have Microsoft’s top communications platform. Work together using Microsoft’s familiar products no matter where you are. Collaborate and communicate effortlessly on email, calendars, documents and web conferences. You are protected by enterprises-class datacenters and backed by Microsoft’s 99.99% uptime SLA. Streamline IT and retire old hardware and software.

Additional partner information:
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Announcement: Transition from Microsoft Office Live Small Business To Office 365

As an Office Live Small Business customer, how am I impacted by Microsoft Office 365?

Office 365 will replace Office Live Small Business as the comprehensive Microsoft productivity service for small businesses. The Office Live Small Business service will continue to run as it does today through at least October 2011. As a valued Office Live Small Business customer, you will be offered 3 months free of the Office 365 service should you choose to transition your account to Office 365.

For now, nothing will change for Office Live Small Business customers. Please continue to use Office Live Small Business, and we will notify you based on your decision to continue usage of our service when your account is ready to be transitioned, most likely in late 2011 or early 2012.

How can I try the new Office 365 service?

If you would like to test drive the new Office 365 experience, we encourage you to sign-up for the Beta.

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Migrate from Windows Office Live Small Business to 365
Transition to Office 365 from OLSB Website
Let us help you Transition to the Office 365 Solution
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Announcement: Special Offer – Free Setup with Office 365

For a limited time free Microsoft Office 365 setup “Email, Domain, Exchange services” with purchase. Contact us for your free 30 Day Trial and offer details at info@office365cloudsupport.com. offer expires Oct 15, 2011

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Announcement: Need Sales Associate for MS Office and Cloud Solutions

Job Description
Sell Microsoft Office 365 Software subscription to small business. Students get Free Microsoft Office 363 collaboration suite which include MS Office 2010 Pro Plus. Also commision on additional MS software and tools that business purchase. 2 Supervisor Positions available 98 Sales Associate Positions available
Requirements
No prior experience needed. Need persons who will contact associates, family and business owner who may want to use a cost efficient software from Microsoft.
Hours
Your own schedule, there will be limited required meeting to setup accounts and training.
Salary
You get paid for every business that you sign up and for every month they use Office 365/Online cloud service. You receive 15% of the monthly fee for the business’s first month and 8% of each following month. That means 8% for every new sale over their first year and 4% residual income thereafter.
Benefits
Students get Free Microsoft Office 365 collaboration suite which include MS Office 2010 Pro Plus. We teach you how to use the iCloud to run your own business, MS office, email, web apps, IM, sharepoint and more. Need 2 Sales supervisors to oversee Students and Staff limited hours 4-8 hrs weekly $8.00 per hour with sales commission for all their sales. These are part-time jobs. (2 Supervisor Positions $8.00 plus Commision. Sales Associates Commission only)
Instructions to Apply
Please send resume via email to info@office365cloudsupport.com and willing to work on Commission basis, and will use the software that we provide for personal and business use.
Contact Information
Peter Kelleher
Chief Sales Officer
197 Bryant Ave
Floral Park, NY 11001
Phone: (516) 874-6516, Ext.
E-Mail: support@office365cloudsupport.com

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Announcement: Office 365 for professionals and small businesses (Plan P)

Click the ‘Buy’ button to begin setting up your account.

Microsoft Office 365 is a pay-as-you-go subscription service. Sign up today and get virtually anywhere access* and the productivity features listed below.

Computer Systems Cloud Specialist has configured a custom collection of Microsoft Online Services especially for you.

Review your customized collection here:

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Get started with the right Office 365 plan for your organization here. Office 365 for professionals and small businesses is just $6 per user per month.

https://portal.microsoftonline.com/partner/partnersignup.aspx?type=Purchase&id=07971c45-349c-4545-8020-9ebffeaf70b3&msppid=3327243

This purchase offer includes:
– 1 user licenses Microsoft Office 365 (Plan P1)

Additional partner information:
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Key Features

   

Email, calendar, contacts, personal archive, and 25 GB mailbox storage with 35 MB attachments with Exchange Online

  Included

Online document viewing and basic editing capabilities with Office Web Apps

  Included

Easily access and view files from your mobile device with Office Web Apps

  Included

Consistent file formatting from desktop Office versions to web versions with Office Web Apps

  Included

Sites to share documents and information with SharePoint Online

  Included

Easily design and maintain a professional-looking public website with SharePoint Online

  Included

Instant messaging, presence, online meetings, and PC-to-PC audio/video calls with Lync Online

  Included

Share your desktop with colleagues and partners with Lync Online

  Included

Premium antivirus and anti-spam filtering with Microsoft Forefront Online Protection for Exchange

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French cryptocurrency storage startup Ledger raises $75 million

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  • Ledger raises $75 million from Draper Espirit, FirstMark Capital, Cathay Innovations, and Korelya Capital.
  • The Paris-based company makes hardware for your to store cryptocurrencies offline with.

LONDON — Venture capital fund Draper Espirit has led a $75 million (£54 million; €61 million) investment round into cryptocurrency storage company Ledger.

Paris-based Ledger makes so-called “cold storage” devices for cryptocurrencies, allowing people to store their digital assets on offline hardware away from the reach of hackers.

Founded in 2014, the company has sold over 1 million of these devices since launch and is already profitable. Ledger’s products start at €94.

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FirstMark Capital, Cathay Innovation, and Korelya Capital also took part in the $75 million Series B investment. Ledger’s valuation has not been disclosed in the round.

Matt Turck, managing director at FirstMark Capital, said: “Considering the massive amounts of money flowing into the ecosystem, there is no more pressing need at this stage than a bullet-proof security infrastructure.”

CEO Eric Larchevêque said in a release announcing the deal: “These funds will be used to keep investing significantly in R&D while scaling our operations and deploying our teams globally.”

Ledger plans to launch a new product pitched at financial institutions, the Ledger Vault, that will “enable banks, hedge funds and family offices to manage their crypto assets,” it said in a statement.

Draper Esprit CEO Simon Cook said: “Blockchain, as evidenced by crypto assets, is a truly revolutionary technology. Security will be paramount to its success and we believe that Ledger has built the world’s best security platform to manage private keys for all blockchain and crypto asset applications.”

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What 12 major analysts from banks like Goldman, JPMorgan, and Morgan Stanley think of bitcoin

A trader looks at his screen on the IG Group trading floor in London March 18, 2013. The surprise decision by euro zone leaders to part-fund a bailout of Cyprus by taxing bank  deposits sent shockwaves through financial markets on Monday, with shares and the bonds of struggling euro zone governments tumbling.

A bloodbath gripped the crypto markets this week, with virtually every single major cryptocurrency taking significant losses, but huge amounts of excitement remains about the space from all corners of society.

Bitcoin, the first, biggest, and most recognisable cryptocurrency, has been at the heart of much of that excitement, with acolytes touting it as the future of global finance, and some even suggesting that it could replace fiat currencies like the dollar and the pound.

Bitcoin’s rise has been so rapid and so aggressive that the market’s more established institutions and figures have been simply unable to ignore it.

There is a big spread of opinion across the sector, with some seeing cryptocurrencies as a possible driver of a fundamental shift in the global financial system, others disliking bitcoin, but having some faith in the blockchain technology that underlines it, and others just seeing crypto as, basically, a complete waste of time.

To find out where the industry’s big players stand on the cryptocurrency world, Business Insider looked back through recently published analyst notes from major investment banks, research houses, and asset managers.

You can see what staff from the likes of Goldman Sachs, Morgan Stanley, and JPMorgan think below:

 

James Faucette, Morgan Stanley: Bitcoin is worth $0.

Bullish or bearish?: Bearish

What they say: Faucette’s issue with the currency is that it is incredibly hard to value, and that it also very hard to determine what kind of an asset it is.

As BI’s Jim Edwards wrote back in December when the note was first released:

“Morgan Stanley analyst James Faucette and his team sent a research note to clients a few days ago suggesting that the real value of bitcoin might be … $0.

“That’s zero dollars. (Bitcoin stood at around $14,400 at the time of writing.)

“The paper (titled “Bitcoin decrypted”) did not give a price target for bitcoin.

“But in a section titled “Attempts to Value Bitcoin,” Faucette described why it is so hard to ascribe value to the cryptocurrency. It’s not like a currency, it’s not like gold, and it has had difficulty scaling.”

Chief Investment Office team at UBS: Crypto is a bubble but blockchain is important technology.

Bullish or bearish?: Bearish on bitcoin, reasonably bullish on blockchain.

What they say: “Cryptocurrencies have soared in popularity since 2008, with more than 1,000 in existence today and an aggregate value greater than the market capitalization of IBM. But we are highly doubtful whether they will ever become mainstream currencies,” a note from the Swiss bank said back in October 2017.

“The need for companies and individuals to pay tax receipts in government-issued currency, and the potentially unlimited crypto-money supply, pose significant barriers to widespread adoption. We think the sharp rise in crypto-currency valuations in recent months is a speculative bubble.”

“But while we are doubtful cryptocurrencies will ever become a mainstream means of exchange, the underlying technology, blockchain, is likely to have a significant impact in industries ranging from finance to manufacturing, healthcare, and utilities.”

Nikolaos Panigirtzoglou, JP Morgan: Futures contracts for bitcoin have the “potential to elevate cryptocurrencies to an emerging asset class.”

Bullish or bearish?: Bullish

What they say: Panigirtzoglou and his team believe that the recent introduction of futures contracts for bitcoin have the “potential to elevate cryptocurrencies to an emerging asset class.”

“The value of this new asset class is a function of the breadth of its acceptance as a store of wealth and as a means of payment,” Panigirtzoglou and his team said in the note back in December.

“Simply judging by other stores of wealth such as gold, cryptocurrencies have the potential to grow further from here.”

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10 things in tech you need to know today (GOOG, AAPL, FB, AMZN, MSFT)

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Good morning! This is the tech news you need to know this Thursday.

1. Apple announced it plans to contribute $350 billion (£253 billion) to the US economy over the next five years. The plan sees the company repatriating overseas profits, implementing new infrastructure projects, and hiring about 20,000 new employees.

2. Nintendo announced a new initiative for its Switch console that goes under the name of Labo. It includes a series of DIY cardboard kits that make use of the console’s modular structure to let developers create custom experiences.

3. Google announced that it will start making page speed relevant in mobile search results starting this July. The firm said that the change will only affect pages that “deliver the slowest experience to users.”

4. Google’s Project Fi will start capping data bills at $60 (£43). It will keep high speeds until users consume 15GB worth of data, and throttle them after that.

5. Google has launched a new machine learning-based platform, called Cloud AutoML. The service uses machine learning (ML) to build image recognition and other custom artificial intelligence models for developers, including those that have zero ML experience.

6. Facebook has started testing a new feature called Watch Party. It allows multiple users to watch a video simultaneously, even if they are remote, while also commenting and interacting with it live.

7. Amazon-owned streaming platform Twitch announced that COO Kevin Lin is stepping down. He will be replaced by former Pandora COO Sara Clemens.

8. Apple has opened Siri’s “Read me the news” feature to all users in the US, UK, and Australia running iOS 11.2 or later. Asking Siri to read the news will play an automated bullet list of news from organisations like NPR in the US and the BBC in the UK.

9. Facebook announced that it will open a standalone investigation on potential Russian interventions in the UK’s EU referendum. The move has come after pressures from UK politicians to look into the matter.

10. Microsoft is bringing the Surface Book 2 to all markets where the Surface brand is already present, in both the 13- and 15-inch versions. The initial rollout will bring the new models to 17 countries, including the UK, with more to follow throughout March and April.

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Nomad’s new wireless charging hub is a traveler’s best friend

 If you spend any meaningful amount of time in hotels, you’ll know that many of them are still living in the age of the 30-pin adapter, even though most of us have already moved on to Lightning, wireless charging and USB-C. Nomad’s new wireless USB hub really cuts down on clutter, and makes it easy to charge what you need to charge, when you need to charge it. Read More

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