ComTech Computer Services, Inc - Technology Services and Support - Temple, Texas

Protect Your Data, Protect Your Business

ActiveCare Services

You know technology infrastructure is the key to your success, but how much time do you have to devote to it? It's time to recognize that your attention needs to be on your mission, not your infrastructure. At ComTech Computer Services, Inc., we provide the technology to ensure your business keeps running so you can focus on your... business!

Data Back-up & Disaster Recovery

Keep your data protected

How Secure is your network?

Where is your data stored and how redundant is it?

Would the loss of physical location wipe you out? Data loss can happen through human error, hardware failure, software issues, power failure, or natural disasters. You don't have the time or expertise to anticipate every crisis, but we do! We offer robust data back-up and disaster recovery solutions so you never have to worry about costly data loss.

Office 365 Services

If you are avoiding getting on the cloud, Microsoft's Office 365 is the right solution for you. Office 365 brings you the benefits of the cloud in the familiar Office environment. We offer complete Office 365
services including installation, training, support and service. You can also choose the solution that works best for you from our Small Business, Midsize or Enterprise Packages.

Implement Office 365 with us today and see the following benefits:


Market conditions today demand every business to be competitive. For SMBs, there are all the more reason to be so - you have tight budgets and tighter timelines. in such cases, doesn't it make more sense to invest your resources in areas that matter the most? Then why not start doing that today with Virtualization of your servers?

Virtualization offers a great way to save on your rising IT costs by ensuring that you only pay for what you use. Virtualization offers you reliable, secure, and efficient storage solutions at lower costs. Why invest in heavy duty servers when you will only use a part of them?

Robert Vander Meiden

Robert Vander Meiden

Friday, 23 June 2017 00:00

Keyboard shortcuts in Windows 10

Since its release back in 2015, Windows 10 continues to see updates and new features. This time, users are greeted with some new keyboard shortcuts that will make life easier. So without further ado, here are our top picks that can be extremely helpful to your daily operations.

A discussion of a particularly nasty strain of malware downloader and what you need to know to keep yourself, your business and your employees protected.  

Malware Downloader

Conventional wisdom tells us that if you’re trying to keep your employees, your clients and ultimately your business safe from virtual harm, a little bit of old-fashioned common sense goes a long way. You’ve likely already been investing in ongoing security training, making sure that you and your team know how to identify a phishing email when you see one or know how to spot a rogue download coming from a mile away.

Wednesday, 21 June 2017 00:00

Office 365 tips to make your life easier

Office 365 receives dozens of changes every month, which explains why some get overlooked. While Office 365 Planner or Microsoft Teams are great tools for maximizing productivity, there are hidden functions and tricks you can use to make life a bit easier for yourself. Check out our six tips to improve your user experience with Office 365 below.

Declutter your inbox
If you’re having trouble managing the overwhelming amount of emails in your inbox, then using Office 365’s “Clutter” feature can clear up some space. To enable this feature go to Settings > Options > Mail > Automatic processing > Clutter then select Separate items identified as Clutter. Once activated, you need to mark any unwanted messages as “clutter” to teach Office 365. After learning your email preferences, Office 365 will automatically move low-priority messages into your “Clutter” folder, helping you focus on more important emails.

For many people, the vision of a world of driverless cars represents a commuter’s utopia, and for good reason. Commuting is costly, not only in terms of time and money but in terms of stress-related illnesses. Despite the fact that people have adapted to hurtling through space at 70 miles per hour while avoiding a potentially deadly crash, traffic is anything but relaxing. Just the idea of a car expertly programmed to detect and respond instantly to hazardous road conditions and the erratic behavior of all those other drivers is enough to lower a commuter’s blood pressure considerably. (Our own driving is, of course, always impeccable.) Driverless cars could also make it possible for people to give one another the increasingly rare gift of their undivided attention while traveling.

Skype For Business Choices

Monday, 19 June 2017 00:00

Phishing and Spear Phishing Scams

Don’t Get Caught in Their Nets.

What is Phishing?

Phishing is tech language for fishing over the Internet for confidential business and personal information such as credit card numbers, personal identification, usernames, and passwords. The first phishing scam occurred in 1996.

Let’s examine some of the most likely computer issues and quick tips for combatting these problems.

Slow Running Computer

I sure do love it when my computer bogs down and slows my workflow, so I can’t meet my deadlines… said no one ever.

Security professionals should be beefing up your network security, implementing advanced firewall software, and identifying risks for possible breaches. In reality, they spend a huge chunk of their time troubleshooting issues on individual personal computers (PCs). That workflow is not ideal, but that’s what normally happens in many organizations. At what cost? Read on to find out.

Take a look at how companies are shaping their IT budgets, and what their biggest expenses are.

digital budget

A very common question among businesses is, “How much should I be spending on digital services?” or “Should we increase our IT budget this year?” It’s a good question, so we’re going to take a look at the latest IT budget trends to see just what companies are deciding.

Tuesday, 13 June 2017 00:00

Hurricane-proof your business

While it’s easy to turn a blind eye against hurricane warnings and think “I already have a business continuity plan in place”, it pays to be extremely cautious, especially when the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) predicts up to four unusually active hurricanes this year. Needless to say, you simply can’t afford not to hurricane-proof your disaster recovery (DR) plan.

Getting ready to adopt a new security strategy? Here are the top tips on preparing your company!

Security Overhaul

All right: Let’s assume your organization has taken note of WannaCry and other EternalBlue malware attacks and has finally decided that it’s time for a big security update to meet the threats of the modern digital world. That’s great news! Many companies don’t even make it that far. But now that your business understands the need for a security overhaul, it’s time to create a plan. And that’s where we have a few ideas to help out.

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