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Hawaii Tech Support Blog

Hawaii Tech Support has been serving the Honolulu area since 2004, providing IT Support such as technical helpdesk support, computer support, and consulting to small and medium-sized businesses.

If You Haven’t, Upgrading from Windows 7 Should Be a Priority

If You Haven’t, Upgrading from Windows 7 Should Be a Priority

If your computer is running Windows 7 as its operating system, it’s time to start thinking about the future. Microsoft has officially unveiled the End-of-Life date for Windows 7, meaning that they will eventually stop supporting computers running the much-loved operating system. What does this mean for your business? Let’s find out.

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Tip of the Week: Managing Your Windows Arrangement

Tip of the Week: Managing Your Windows Arrangement

The modern worker (or really, the modern person) spends a lot of their time looking at a computer screen. Considering this, it only makes sense that their screens and the items displayed on them are arranged in a way that they like. Our tip covers a few shortcuts to help you arrange and view the items on your workstation a little quicker.

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Hawaii Tech Support Hosts Brunch & Learn

Hawaii Tech Support Hosts Brunch & Learn

HAWAII TECH SUPPORT HOSTS “THE BUSINESS OWNER’S GUIDE TO CYBER SECURITY HYGIENE” BRUNCH & LEARN THURSDAY, OCTOBER 18TH 8 A.M. – 9:30 A.M. AT THE PACIFIC CLUB

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OCTOBER is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

OCTOBER is National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

Cybersecurity begins with a simple message: STOP. THINK. CONNECT.™ Hawaii Tech Support values your security and is offering the following October events:

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Why Smart Cities May Not Be a Smart Idea Just Yet

Why Smart Cities May Not Be a Smart Idea Just Yet

As of this point, the vast majority of our experience with the Internet of Things has been on a small scale - accessories and appliances that connect to the Internet to gain some added functionality. This technology can also be applied to a larger, more civic purpose - the development of something called a “smart city.” Unfortunately, this application could prove to be as problematic as the IoT we are more accustomed to.

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