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Computer Courage is currently searching for two new technicians to join our IT support team. The technicians will perform IT services and support to our customers via remote and field visits, providing support to businesses and individuals. Update: The positions are filled. Congratulations James and Arlo! Job responsibilities include Perform IT support, networking, system setup and troubleshooting, consultation…
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Ask for Examples This post is part of the series “Ten Questions to Ask a Web Designer Before Signing”.  You can read the complete list of questions here. One of the first questions you should ask a potential designer is  “Can I see examples of your work that are specific to my business or website goals?”…
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WordPress design and development agency Computer Courage has launched a custom installation for top-ranked law school, UC Berkeley School of Law. The previous site was built on an outdated proprietary system with limited functionality and integration option. The new site features a modern responsive design, a custom WordPress dashboard, and integration with the University single…
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Ask More Questions Selecting an individual or agency to design and develop your website can be difficult.  Your website is a vital part of your organization or business and it’s import that the designer you choose has the experience and professionalism required to act as your partner through the entire development process and beyond.  We’ve…
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Windows 10 is here, and it’s here to stay. Microsoft has announced that Windows 10 is the “last” version of Windows, and that all updates to the operating system will be part of Windows 10 from now on. Windows 10 is a free upgrade available for download at the click of a button, and Microsoft has…
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Computer Courage is currently searching for a new computer technician to join our IT support team. The technician will perform IT support to our customers via remote and field visits, providing support to businesses and individuals. Job responsibilities include Perform IT support, networking, system setup and troubleshooting, consultation and account relationship for Computer Courage clients Perform phone and…
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Update: The position has been filled. Congratulations Matthew! Computer Courage is currently searching for a new computer technician to join our IT support team. The technician will perform IT support to our customers via remote and field visits, providing support to businesses and individuals. Job responsibilities include: Perform IT support, networking, consultation, repair, setup and troubleshooting for Computer…
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Phishing email scams are a very dangerous trend in online security. These scams are nearly impervious to antivirus and security software because they trick users into voluntarily giving up their account credentials without the use of viruses or malicious software. This article is intended to help you identify, understand, and avoid these scams and the dangers…
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Computer Courage is currently searching for a new computer technician to work in our Berkeley office and in the field. The technician will perform IT support to our customers via remote and field visits, providing support to businesses and individuals. Job responsibilities include: Perform IT support, networking, consultation, repair, setup and troubleshooting for Computer Courage clients. Perform…
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The “Heartbleed bug” (formally named CVE-2014-0160) is a critical security bug discovered in some versions of OpenSSL (a piece of software that provides encryption on a large number of websites throughout the world). This bug can be exploited by hackers to read bits memory from of a protected server. The exposed memory could contain anything…
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