Join Amundson Peterson for complementary Computer 101 sessions during our Spring Clinics following lunch both days at our Morris location. Thursday, March 2nd, and Tuesday, March 7th.
- Windows 10
- Viruses and Malware
- Routers and updating firmware
- Options for upgrading smart devices
- Backing up to the Cloud
- Backing up Apex data to MyJohnDeere.com
- Wireless printing
- CSV files, and more
**BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) to follow along and have your questions answered.
On 2/7, you should have received a text message notifying you that you will need to save your contacts to Verizon Cloud. Verizon Backup Assistant or VZ Backup will no longer be.
Going forward, options that will work for you:
- If you have an Apple smart device, you can either backup your device to your iCloud account or you can download the Verizon Cloud app from the app store and backup.
- If you have an Android smart device, you can download the Verizon Cloud app from Play Store and backup. This app works well and also backs up your pictures.
NOTE: You want to be backing up your data. If you have to replace your device, especially due to water damage or cracked display, a proper backup will restore your new device to replicate what you were use to on the old device.
If you have any questions, contact our Computer Support Center (CSC) at 218.685.7145 or email@example.com.
End users will receive the below text message from Verizon:
VZW FREE MESSAGE: Backup Assistant ends 2/14/17. To keep your contacts in the cloud, visit go.vzw.com/GetCloudApp for your storage needs. Data rates apply.
Apple has determined that a very small number of iPhone 6s devices may unexpectedly shut down. This is not a safety issue and only affects devices within a limited serial number range that were manufactured between September and October 2015. Follow this link to learn more, https://www.apple.com/support/iphone6s-unexpectedshutdown/. To locate your phone serial number, go to Settings, General, About, find the serial number, press and hold on the serial number, then click copy. Paste the serial number in the field on the link and submit. You will receive a message if your iPhones battery is affected or not and details on how to pursue the recall. If you need assistance, contact our Support Center at 218.685.7145 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Android devices and Google accounts are being infected with Gooligan malware. Find out if your account/device has been infected. https://www.cnet.com/how-to/how-to-find-out-if-your-google-account-has-been-hacked/. This link will also provide some more knowledge of the attack, https://www.cnet.com/news/google-gooligan-accounts-hacked-malware-trojan-horse-gmail-play-drive-photos-docs/. If you are looking for assistance, contact Amundson Peterson’s support center at 218.685.7145 or email@example.com.
Before you put your equipment away for the season, be sure to take advantage of our Field Team Inspection promotions. Sign up by 12/1/2016 to get in on all the deals. If you bring in five or more machines for inspection, you will receive a $100 credit good towards a Value Added Services (VAS) package for 2017. This credit can also be used towards our Computer Support Center (CSC); 218.685.7145 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Plus there are many other benefits included. Contact a team member, at one of our locations in Benson, Elbow Lake, Madison, or Morris, today for details.
Windows Vista End of Life is April 2017! What this means is, after this time, the Vista operating system will no longer receive Windows Security Updates and your system could be subject to intrusion. If you are looking for suggestions on where to go next, contact our Computer Support Center for assistance, 218.685.7145 or email@example.com.
If you are an iPhone and/or iPad user, be sure to run the 9.3.5 update ASAP. Apple has just released a security update in response to a malware threat that turns your iPhone/iPad into a pocket spy. To run the update on your device(s): Settings, General, Software Update. If you have questions, contact our support line at 218.685.7145 or firstname.lastname@example.org. We’ve included the link showing more details, http://www.cnet.com/how-to/iphone-ios-security-update-malware/