PC Pitstop Founder and CEO, Rob Cheng, Named as CRN Channel Chief Sioux City, Iowa, February 12, 2018 – PC Pitstop, an American leader in end-point and server security, announced today that CRN®, a brand of The Channel Company, has added Rob Cheng, Founder and CEO, to its prestigious list of 2018 Channel Chiefs. The […]
Non-Compliance for IT Regulations Remains a Big Issue for Companies Compliance with IT regulations continues to be an issue for most companies throughout the world. IT experts weighed in on this very issue just a few weeks ago. However, additional insight has been provided. Employees have various motives for not complying with IT regulations. According […]
Why do employees bypass IT regulations? Recently seven different cyber security experts provided insight regarding the lack of employee compliance with a company’s IT regulations. The input ranged from immediate gratification to simple ignorance. PC Matic’s Vice President of Cyber Security shared, “Another reason being, some employees simply don’t ask IT for help. Instead, they […]
PC Pitstop Vice President of Cyber Security, Dodi Glenn, was featured in Josh Fruhlinger’s article 7 tips for landing an IoT job. Fruhlinger’s article was featured on Hewlett Packard Enterprise website, which you can access here. Dodi focused on what individuals need to know in order to enter the Internet of Things (IoT) industry. He stated, […]
PC Pitstop employees (the team responsible for developing and supporting PC Matic) make a special appearance at the end of the current PC Matic TV advertisement.
By Bill Pytlovany
Most of the press this year has called this past CES either the “Year of the Smart TV” or the “Year of the Tablet”. Personally, I didn’t see anything that knocked my socks off. I did however notice off in the corner technology that I think will be the next big thing.
Since its release in early May 2008, there has been plenty of press concerning the issues with Microsoft’s XP Service Pack 3. Common sense would tell us that such negative press would drastically slow the rate that folks would update to the release. PC Pitstop analyzed the percentage of XP users that have updated their systems to SP3 during the first three months since its release and compared them to the adoption rates of SP2 during its roll out.