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A Look at Cyber Attacks on Business

A Look at Cyber Attacks on Business

August 13, 2017 / 0 Comments

The increased number of targeted attacks and hack attempts on businesses should no longer be troubling. What is troubling though is the troves of data breaches and the number of successful attacks that could easily have been prevented.   Last month CNN reported the exposure of phone numbers, names and pin codes of six million […]

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Is Your Business Secure?

June 22, 2016 / 0 Comments

The recent string of security breaches has allowed hackers to gain unprecedented access to your personal information, your healthcare records, and your credit card numbers.  In the aftermath of each security breach it was determined the companies hacked were fully prepared and well protected when it comes to technology defenses.  However, investing in only technology […]

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Lake County School Board Recognizes CEO Clinton Pownall for Career Technical Education Program Curriculum Review

June 28, 2014 / 0 Comments

The Lake County School Board officially recognizes Computer Business Consultants CEO, Clinton Pownall for his contribution and as Chair of the Information Technology Program Review Committee.   The purpose of the Review Committee is to determine whether or not the State of Florida Career Technical Education, CTE, programs and skills as set forth by the Florida Department of Education reflect […]

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Phishing is the #1 Web Threat

January 27, 2014 / 0 Comments

For a while, it seemed that phishing reports had diminished to the status of a minor issue, threatening only naive Internet users. Unfortunately, cyber criminals’ techniques have become more sophisticated as they strive to separate consumers from personal information. The quality of their counterfeit communications has become so convincing, it’s difficult to detect a fake. […]

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Computer Business Consultants Joins UCF 50th Anniversary Celebration

June 17, 2013 / 0 Comments

Computer Business Consultants’ President, Clinton Pownall, will be a featured guest speaker as the University of Central Florida continues its 50th anniversary celebration with an Open House at the college’s South Lake Campus in Clermont, Florida on June 27th. The event will be held from 5-7 p.m. in the campus’ Cooper Memorial Library, 1250 N. […]

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Virtual Servers Increase Efficiency for North Texas Eye Center

May 7, 2013 / 0 Comments

There are multiple benefits to a business that uses virtual servers, and North Texas Eye Center is enjoying them. Migrating physical servers over to virtual machines and consolidating them onto fewer physical servers means lower monthly power and cooling costs in the data center. For North Texas Eye Center, several applications were only using a […]

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Job Readiness Project Launches

April 23, 2013 / 0 Comments

Nearly 200 seniors at South Lake High School in Clermont, Florida are getting a “real world” education, thanks to the South Lake Chamber of Commerce Education Committee and volunteers from the local business community. The Job Readiness Project is led by Education Committee Chair Clinton Pownall, president of Computer Business Consultants, Inc. About 20 Chamber […]

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Computer Business Consultants recognized as “Business of the Year”

February 6, 2013 / 0 Comments

Computer Business Consultants, Inc., an IT services company based in Oakland, Florida, has been recognized as the “Business of the Year” by the South Lake Chamber of Commerce. The annual award was presented at a gala affair last Saturday in Clermont. To be considered for the recognition, nominees must demonstrate that they embrace giving back […]

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SOLVED: The Security Database on the Server Does Not Have a Computer Account for This Workstation Trust Relationship

April 19, 2012 / 0 Comments

Problem:  Rebooted domain member Server or Windows 7/8/10 PC and receive error “The security database on the server does not have a computer account for this workstation trust relationship” when trying to logon. Cause: This is usually caused by having a mixed Active Directory Server environment with 2003 domains & member Server 2008/2012 servers & […]

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