Welcome to Q’s Computer Service! We have been in business for over 15 years, with 25 years of experience in the industry.
We have a wealth of experience with many facets of enterprise networking.
Operating systems include, Windows (all versions) and VMWare
Backup software includes products from Veeam, Nakivo, and Duplicati.
We have experience in several firewalls include Fortinet and Watchguard, as well as consumer firewalls for small offices.
Our experience with WiFi systems include Fortinet access points, UniFi by Ubiquiti, Meraki by Cisco, as well as other, unamanged systems, such as TP-Link, D-Link, etc.
Protecting your environment from viruses is an important aspect to any enterprise. We have experience with numerous products, including Symantec, Webroot, AVG, and Windows 10 built in. While the Windows 10 built in AV solution works, a 3rd party solution normally has more features, and better technology to detect zero-day viruses.
News Bulletins from QCS
A quick note to ensure our clients that we are doing what we can to help stop the spread of COVID-19. Following the advice of our local government, and healthcare officials, we will be limiting interaction with large groups. A good percentage of our support can be done remotely, and we will be using that Read more…
The worldwide spread of the new Coronavirus is being used by bad guys to scare people into clicking on links, open malicious attachments, or give out confidential information. Be careful with anything related to the Coronavirus: emails, attachments, any social media, texts on your phone, anything. Look out for topics like: Check updated Coronavirus map Read more…
Thank you so much for your support over the past year. I want to wish you a very merry Christmas as we celebrate the birth of Jesus.All the best in the new year! I look forward to serving you in 2020.
Just as an FYI, I am back from my holidays. Please bear with me as I try and catch up over the next few days 🙂 Thanks!
You may or may not know that Windows 7 will no longer have updates available after January 14th, 2020. This means that for security reasons, you should have all of your computers running Windows 10 before that date. If a vulnerability becomes known among hackers after that date, Microsoft will not be releasing any patches Read more…