Domain Name – Plays of the Game

Super Bowl Sunday Domain Name Plays Did you see that awesome play?! (Game-winning interceptions are always fun!)  What great contact (Bouncing on the player for the catch!!)  Or how about the commercials? Someone should fire the – I will not name insurance company’s – ad agency.  OK, OK… I must admit – I watched the […]

Data Security Procedure – Preventing Data Breach

Data Security Procedure Welcome to CSI Onsite’s blog page, we’re so very glad you joined us. In this post we continue with part two of a blog that started last week entitled Data Breach in which we discussed this very destructive and prolific cybercrime. Just in case you didn’t catch the previous blog allow me […]

Open Mesh – Cloud Based Mangement Wireless Networks

We want to take a little time to tell you about an amazing modular wireless network system called Open Mesh. It doesn’t replace your router, it will expand your Wi-Fi network’s range, speed, and overall efficiency. And it is one of the most cost efficient IT solutions we have ever come across. Open Mesh is […]

The Mighty, Mini Raspberry Pi -Part Two

If you consider yourself a techno-stein, hacker, or a dedicated IT enthusiast, and you’ve never heard about the Raspberry Pi, you’re in for a treat. In our last blog simply titled Raspberry Pi we briefly explored the credit card sized computer called Raspberry Pi and the organization (Raspberry Pi Foundation) responsible for creating and marketing […]

The Heartbleed Vulnerability

By now it’s safe to assume that you have at the very least heard the term “Heartbleed.” If you haven’t, have you been…hiding in a cave? Because we live in a world dominated by technology and technological threats you may have heard on your local news about the Heartbleed bug and ignored the threat. I […]

Microsoft XP, the countdown continues.

If you are a dyed in the wool, Microsoft XP devotee’ you are probably grieving the eventually decommissioning of XP.  XP was first introduced in August of 2001 and became readily available in October of that same year. It’s had a good run, as far as OS’s go but XP simply cannot keep up with […]

Trust…

Welcome to CSI Onsite’s Blog. Normally we blog about a variety of topics in the Information Technology arena, this post is no different save that we want to wax philosophically rather than practically. Let’s begin by asking you to answer a simple question. Why do you choose a certain Automotive Technician over another to repair […]

Moments of Joy

Being a one stop IT shop in the Twin Cities, communication is of paramount importance for our team to provide solid customer service. This is true with all service industries; to discover the issue and provide a viable solution the parties involved have to be able to communicate clearly with one another. Sometimes the results […]

Security scares…some considerations

Just a quick Post to spur you on to maintain your due diligence when it comes to protecting your computer from Malware (malicious software – viruses, etc…). The recent rash of retail stores (Target Security breach, Neiman Marcus,  Target And Neiman Marcus Just The Tip Of The Iceberg – More Retail Security Breaches To Come) […]

A Few Considerations for BYOD.

If your company is considering a BYOD initiative there are a few necessary considerations/best practices to pursue. However you choose to do BYOB make it simple for your company to ensure effective security, control and management for your IT division. The purpose for this blog isn’t to give you the step by step process for […]