Today, PC Pitstop’s CEO, Rob Cheng, was featured in Dave Graveline’s, Into Tomorrow, podcast. Rob stated at PC Pitstop, they are focused on three things: * Providing the best security software * Optimizing PC speeds through weekly maintenance * Developing… Continue Reading
You may recall, in mid-January we requested our newsletter readers to complete a short survey for a chance to win a prize. On February 1, 2016 the survey was shut off, and we picked a winner. The winner was…Richard W.… Continue Reading
PC Pitstop’s Vice President of Cyber Security, Dodi Glenn, was recently featured in The Computer Business Podcast discussing the threat landscape for 2016. He also shared his ideas on what PC users are overlooking when it comes to security, how… Continue Reading
In a recent poll completed by the auditing firm, KPMG, it was discovered that 31 percent of those polled identified internal controls as a primary concern. As discussed in last week’s newsletter, the human elements adds additional risk to any… Continue Reading
As a part of last week’s newsletter we discussed the FCC’s testing results that reported roughly 10% of Americans are denied adequate internet speeds. According to the FCC, the adequate internet speeds are 25 Mbps for downloads and 3 Mbps for uploads. … Continue Reading
Tax season is quickly approaching and unfortunately it is one of the most popular times for people to become victims of scamming efforts. In order to prevent yourself from becoming one of the many who fall prey to these efforts,… Continue Reading
Information was recently released reporting a potential data breach at Dell, as scammers have reached out to Dell customers posing as the company’s technical support team.
If you happen to stop by pcpitstop.com lately you may notice a new look and feel to the home page. The home page has been updated to improve the user experience for all visitors while continuing to communicate and promote… Continue Reading
Some thing happened during the computer revolution. I became the tech support for my friends, family and neighbors.
Vice.com reported on a UK man that says he spent 5 – 12 hours per day watching people through their computers.