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Compass Computing Group a patron of the Tualatin Overture

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On June 27, 2017
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Compass Computing Group is a proud patron of the Tualatin Overture composed by Arthur Breur.  It was premiered by the Tualatin Valley Symphony on May 21, 2017 as a celebration of the City of Tualatin’s, past, present, and future.  The overture includes musical references to key points about the history of Tualatin and its region […]
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CCGI June Tech Update: Back up, patch and educate to prevent ransomware

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On June 27, 2017
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Check out our June newsletter featuring articles on preventing ransomware by backing up, patching and educating your users.  Newsletter also includes two terrific rebate offers from Lenovo on the Yoga 260, a premium business convertible laptop, and the P40 Yoga, the world’s first multi-mode mobile workstation.   Click here to view the CCGI June Tech […]
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Compass Computing Group’s Managed Services Featured in Tualatin Chamber of Commerce Newsletter

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On April 15, 2017
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Managed Services Offering Highlighted The Tualatin Chamber of Commerce‘s 4/14/17 newsletter features an article on our 24/7 computer network support of small and medium size businesses.   You can check out the article here. The subject of the piece is why a break/fix model of computer support is really more expensive than managed services.  As […]
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Windows 10 Creators Update – released 4/11/17

  • Posted by Frank Bubenik
  • On April 15, 2017
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Creators Update Microsoft has released the Creators Update for Windows 10.  It is the second major update to Windows 10 and it introduces new features.  The Creators Update alters the look, feel and performance of the OS, improves security, privacy and how updates take place, tweaks the virtual assistant Cortana and the Edge browser, and […]
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Microsoft Issues Critical Update

  • Posted by Compass Computing Group, Inc.
  • On May 10, 2016
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Microsoft has fixed a critical security vulnerability affecting all supported versions of Windows. In a security advisory Microsoft said all users of Windows 10 and earlier should patch as soon as possible to prevent attackers from exploiting a flaw in how the operating system handles graphics and fonts. The patch fixes four separate vulnerabilities — […]
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