It's never a matter of if a computer catastrophe will occur, but when.
Hartford, CT (PRWEB) February 14, 2012
William Reyor, Senior Network Engineer, at ForeSite Technologies, of East Hartford, will appear in a live segment on the Fox CT Morning Extra Show.
At 9am on Thursday- February 16th Reyor will appear with Fox CT’s tech reporter, Rick Hancock. Reyor is appearing to promote his February 18th, free computer clinic. He will be discussing reasons why computers need to be maintained, repaired, rebuilt or trashed. He will also explain what a Trojan Horse is and how it can get past virus protection. Viewers watching the segment should learn when it is time to invest in a new computer or hard drive. Reyor will also describe what attendees should expect from the clinic and what to bring with them. The computer clinic is put on by the New England Society of Information and Technology (NESIT).
“It’s never a matter of if a computer catastrophe will occur, but when. This is why it is important to be prepared,” Reyor said.
William Reyor is a senior network engineer for ForeSite Technologies of East Hartford, and founder and current executive treasurer for NESIT Inc a 501(c)(3) educational non-profit . William has more than a decade of computer and information security experience and hold an Associate’s Degree of Science from Tunxis Community College, and multiple certifications from CompTIA, Apple, Microsoft, and Cisco. For more advice from Reyor about Computer Viruses, please read his article, Four Ways Yours Computer Gets Infected and Why Not Even Symantec Can Save You.
Since 1997, ForeSite has been designing and developing standout Web sites and providing insightful IT support to its clients. Serving clients in the Hartford, CT and Worcester, MA areas, ForeSite offers practical, tailored and creative solutions that fit a wide range of business needs. In 2011 ForeSite was named one of Inc. 5000’s fastest growing, privately held companies. For further information, call 1.866.464.7483 or visit http://www.ForeSiteTech.com.