If your company uses Office 365 for business email, don’t upgrade your iPhones or iPads to the newly released iOS 11 just yet. There is a known issue in iOS 11 that will prevent the Mail app from sending or replying to Office 365 emails.
Apple and Microsoft are working on a fix, so hold off on that update button until one is released. If you use the Outlook app on the phone instead of the Mail app, you are not affected by this bug. If you have already upgraded and normally use the Mail app, you can install the Outlook app from the App Store to send and receive mail until the bug is resolved.
You can read the advisories from Microsoft and Apple at the following link:
Microsoft Support – You can’t send or reply from Outlook.com, Office 365, or Exchange 2016 in iOS 11 Mail.app
Apple Support – If you can‘t send an email with iOS 11 and an Outlook.com or Exchange mail account
If you are affected by this bug or have questions about upgrading, you can contact me at email@example.com or 954-908-3999.
As many of you are aware, we have Hurricane Irma approaching South Florida, with an estimated arrival of early Friday evening:
NOAA – Hurricane Irma
With the possibility of getting hit by a severe storm, there are some critical tasks which can be done to protect your business data and equipment. Please read the following instructions and take action before the storm arrives. Our team will be standing by to provide specific advice and guidance, but physically protecting your equipment is the responsibility of your office staff.
Proactive steps for protecting your business data:
- If you have an automatic offsite backup with Complete Care:
- We’ve got you covered! CCIT is double-checking all local and offsite backups prior to the storm.
- If you have an onsite-only backup, such as an external hard drive:
- Please verify that the backup has completed for the day before ejecting and unplugging the drive and taking it to a safe location.
- If you’re not sure about your backup arrangements, please contact us and we’ll help you assess your situation.
Proactive steps for protecting computer equipment before the storm:
- Shut down and unplug all computers, monitors, servers, printers, phones, network equipment, and any other IT equipment from power.
- Please make a list of everything you unplug, we will be busy after the storm and can’t be everywhere right away to troubleshoot.
- All equipment should be raised at least 2-3 feet above floor level in case of flooding.
- All equipment should be moved well away from external windows, doors, etc. where water can be blown inside by wind.
- All exposed equipment should be covered by plastic garbage bags or waterproof tarps in case of roof leaks or broken windows on upper floors.
Please also take a moment to review the FPL Hurricane Preparedness Guide with your staff:
After the storm:
- Once you return to the office, assess the electrical situation.
- If power is intermittent, flickering, or not reliable after the storm, do not plug equipment back in. The surges and spikes in the electrical system can damage equipment and destroy your data even after the storm has passed. Wait until conditions stabilize.
- Contact FPL, they can usually give you an estimate of how long until normal power is restored in your zip code.
- If any equipment came in contact with water, do not turn it on.
- Contact CCIT to assess how to proceed.
- If your internet or phone service is out, contact us.
- We will be working with the various service providers to monitor outages until they are resolved.
- If you need help, call us.
- CCIT’s standard Help Desk will be operating during normal business hours, as long as our main or backup sites have power and internet.
- If you are subscribed to our 24 / 7 / 365 Help Desk, we will be operating 100% as normal.
- Our onsite technicians will not be available under Tropical Storm Watch/Warning or Hurricane Watch/Warning conditions. We will assess conditions once all warnings clear and resume onsite visits when safe travel is possible.
- After the storm, we will be responding onsite based on the severity of your outage. Please be patient while we respond to emergencies caused by the storm.
Please be safe and careful during and after the hurricane. If you have any questions, please contact us at 954-908-3999 or firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll address them all.
The infographic titled, “5 Most Common Issues in Computer Repair, Plantation” talks about the various computer repair related issues, which include:
Computer won’t turn on – This is the most common computer repair related issue. In this issue, either the computer is completely dead, it powers on but nothing happens, or it never finishes booting. The result is the same; you cannot use your computer at all.
Slow computer performance – Slow computer performance is another common computer repair related issue. You may have some sort of spyware infection, or require more RAM, or your system may need a tune-up.
Blue Screen of Death (BSoD) – Technically, Blue Screen of Death is known as a Stop Error. This critical failure causes Windows to crash and stop working. The two most common Blue Screen of Death errors are STOP 0x0000008E and STOP 0x0000007B. The Stop error may appear on your screen for many reasons such as failing hardware, damaged software, corrupt DLL files, problems with drivers and more.
For more details about different kinds of issues in computer repair plantation, please refer the given infographic.
In information technology, computer backup is a process that involves copying and archiving of computer data so that it can be used to restore the original in the event of loss of computer data.
Some of the key services provided for computer backup Plantation include:
Cloud Backup: Cloud backup is one of the widely used computer backup services these days. This service allows companies or individuals to store all their data including computer files on the Internet instead of storing the data on hard drives or other physical disks.
Bootable Backup: A Bootable Backup, also known as a ‘Clone’ is the spare copy of files that stores data. It is a complete copy of your computer’s boot drive. In case there is a breakdown in the primary drive, you can regain the access to all the files and software by rebooting the computer with the help of a clone.
Business Continuity: Business continuity backup service is generally used by organizations to cover unforeseen risks and to continue their operations. It involves creating and implementing a business continuity plan to secure the future of a business.
External Backup Drive: External drive backups are commonly used to backup irreplaceable things such as photographs. With external backup drives that primarily focus on the home directory folders, you can retrieve the data of the deleted files as well. In the event of a computer breakdown, you just need to plug the external backup drive into another PC to gain access to all of your files.
Whether you are looking for computer backup service or network support Plantation, always choose a reliable company that can provide the most efficient and cost-effective service with highest level of customer support and satisfaction.
The infographic “Computer and IT Maintenance Repair Services in Ft. Lauderdale by Complete Care” describes different types of PC repair and maintenance services, as well as online support and remote services. With today’s increased dependence on computers, maintaining and repairing them is very important. Otherwise, you may face problems like loss of data, system failures, crashes, etc. Computer repair services help to keep computer systems free from such threats.
Some of the most common types of PC repair and maintenance services include: computer development, re-location and setup, virus and spyware removal & malicious software prevention, network design & configuration, computer peripheral installation, configuration and networking including printers, hardware installations and upgrading memory, hard drives, SSDs, video cards, and disk drives.
For online support and remote services, the main types of services include: locating and removing viruses and other malicious software from the system, turning up a personal computer, helping it to start and function faster, configuring and repairing email access clients such as Outlook and their associate data files, configuring external devices such as printers, scanners, and external storage drives.
To know more about different types of PC repair and maintenance services and online support and remote services, please refer to the infographic.