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DII Computers is a full-service computer dealer and service provider. We offer hardware and software sales, service and installation, as well as remote access and network engineering. From the desktop to the datacenter, DII offers cost-effective solutions for all your IT needs!
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What is the problem? Vendors too frequently care more about pushing their products than they care about understanding the problem that their product was intended to solve. In response, conversation between IT vendors and IT consumers never progresses far enough so that the consumers can hear or learn about great solutions that they may actually […]
You are a business looking for the right technician to fill a role in your IT department. You have to allocate a lot of money for salary and benefits, not to mention the time others will spend with on-boarding and training. And what if that person turns out not to be the right fit? Then […]
Is technology improving the quality of education in the classroom? Are teachers and faculty better positioned to educate given your school’s technology? Are there any potential pieces your school may be missing? DII Computers is here to help you respond to these questions, starting with this checklist.
Are you strong and fully functional? Is there a gap in one particular spot that needs attention? Are there many potential problems? DII Computers is here to help you and your business answer and respond to these questions, and this checklist is a great place to start.
The New York Times recently reported on a break for law enforcement from India on identifying the treacherous “Your computer has been infected with…” pop-up scam. These scams are designed to look legitimate, perhaps from your own anti-virus client or operating system. A window may appear on your screen and provide a toll-free number, where fake support […]
In March, Asus servers unknowingly sent a critical software update laced with malware through their “Live Update” service. Users’ systems are generally set to accept these updates if they are legitimate, and why wouldn’t they? They come with authenticity certificates. However, the particular malware introduced in this case, ShadowHammer, had what appeared to be an […]