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It’s that time again. The 14th of February is fast approaching. If you have a sweetheart, wife or husband, you better have a plan in place before the big day arrives. SurePoint IT would like to help by offering a discount on any computer repair now through the end of...read more
It may sound like a noteworthy, catch-phrase or maybe just one of those fancy buzzwords that movers and shakers use daily but digital marketing has been around a lot longer than you may think. So, what is digital marketing, really, and how can you use it to help your...read more
Backing up your data and picture files is one of the most important things you can do to safe guard your information and memories. Not backing up your computer’s hard drive can be one of the worst experiences you’ll ever have. Take the initiative now and create a...read more
Office 365 revolutionized the way small businesses do business while bringing personal computing to a new level. I’ll try not to stand on my soapbox for too long but I can’t tell people enough about this wonderful suite of programs and their veritably endless supply...read more
If you’re as big a kid as I am, or even remotely “techy”, you’ll be uber excited to find out that “Fraggle Rock” will be returning to HBO as a digitally remastered series.read more
DON’T WAIT!! You only have until midnight tonight to Share the Thanks and enter our #thanksharing contest to win a free turkey for you and another free turkey to be given to the local charity of your choice. The winner will be chosen tomorrow morning. Follow the link below to our giveaway page to enter now! http://www.surepointit.com/giveawayread more
Help SurePoint IT Solutions share the thanks this holiday season by entering the #thanksharing contest and enter to win not only a free turkey for your family but another free turkey donated to the local charity of your choice. We truly want to spread kindness while paying it forward and you can help us accomplish our goal. Share the link below with your family and friends then encourage them to share the thanks with us.read more
Halloween has origins that can be traced back about 2,000 years to the Celtic New Year. The ancient festival of Samhain (pronounced “SAH-win” or the Gaelic “SOW-een”) was the Celtic festival that marked the “New Year”, the end of the harvest year and the start of winter.