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Since 1993, BVA has delivered the highest quality in serving the IT consulting needs of small- and medium-sized businesses in Arizona and the greater Phoenix area, supporting them in maximizing the value of their information technology investments. We understand the impact that technology and computer networking services has on your business, and we are committed to your success.

Google Revealed a rare Mac security flaw- BuggyCow

Google has uncovered a rare security flaw for Apple’s computer operating system MacOS…it was a bug that was known by Apple…they are aware and have been notified that it has to be fixed in the next 90 days.  The Google folks are calling the bug, “BuggyCow.”
The bug allows malware already running on a Mac,

USB 4 Finally Here – 40GB Throughput

Finally USB 4 is out and should be something to consider when purchasing your next computer.  The new standard is based on Intel’s Thunderbolt protocol and supports a range of features, including data transfer rates of up to 40 Gbps, display interfaces, and power delivery.  Its support to be released

Is Your Office365 Environment Backed Up

It is a great misunderstanding that your email is backed up in the cloud with Microsoft when you leverage their service for email.  This is not the case and something that organizations should be mindful of depending on compliance or overall legal requirements via liability.  In many cases if there

Security is Build in Different Layers

Network and Computer Security is build in different layers of solutions to ensure you are truly protected. Too often I walk into meetings with CEO/CFO’s that claim they are secure due to being on a single security platform of products. Of course all of this is in a single interface

Dangerous USB Cable – Hacker Tool

Some hackers are getting creative in getting into people’s system by leveraging USB cables that have a Wifi Card in them which hallway the hacker the ability to access remotely and be in your local system.  Once in the hacker can browse the network and servers at their leisure to

50 Arizona Local Businesses Breached

Restaurants groups really need to get their technology together and secure their environments.  A data breach may have compromised the personal information of customers who patronized any of 50 Arizona businesses last month.  This affected certain restaurants and hotels between Jan. 3 and Jan. 24.  This affected businesses such as Chompie’s, Someburros,