Archive for March, 2018

5G Cellular Service Is Beginning To Roll Out

AT&T has big plans for their future and yours.  If they're your carrier of choice, and if you live in the cities of Dallas, Atlanta, or Waco, then you stand to ...

Android Ransomware Infections Declined in 2017

Android users have a reason to cheer.  According to the latest report by ESET, the number of ransomware attacks targeting Android devices declined in 2017.  The decline represents a bit of ...

Sim Cards Can Now Be Built Into Processors

SIM cards have long been a source of frustration for equipment manufacturers.  With the relentless drive to produce smaller and smaller devices, the SIM card is a hurdle to be overcome.  ...

New Apple Update Available for Character Bug Solution

Recently, another "exotic character" bug was found in iOS.  If someone sends this particular character (a special character that's part of the Indian language pack) to your phone via any messaging ...

Known Bug On Macs May Be Causing Lost Data

Do you own a Mac?  Do you use APFS "sparse disk images?"  If so, be aware that under certain conditions, your trusty computer may allow you to copy important data into ...

40 Percent Of All Login Attempts Are From Bots

Here's a statistic that is as disturbing as it is frustrating.  According to the latest "State of the Internet/Security" report for the fourth quarter of 2017, as published by Akamai, bot-traffic ...

Traditional Hard Drive Technology Is Evolving

Rumors of the death of HDD technology have been greatly exaggerated.  The advancement of solid state technology and its increasing rate of adoption has been largely responsible for this, but don't ...

Blog

8 Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring an IT Company

8 Questions You Should Ask Before Hiring an IT Company

  As we talked about in a recent blog post, there are many financial benefits for your small to medium-sized business[...]
Working from home? DON'T DO THIS!

Working from home? DON'T DO THIS!

If you plan on catching up on some work from home AND you're using a personal device such as a[...]
The shocking truth about bank fraud

The shocking truth about bank fraud

Did you know your COMPANY'S bank account doesn't enjoy the same protections as a personal bank account when it comes[...]

Locations

San Antonio (HQ)

10650 Culebra, Suite #104-215
San Antonio, TX 78251

(210) 706-0501

Company

Since 2007, Monroy IT Services has been a leading provider of IT support and consulting, focusing on small and medium sized businesses in the greater San Antonio and Hill Country areas. We have helped hundreds of businesses increase productivity and profitability by making IT a streamlined part of operations. We equip our clients with customized technology solutions for greater operational value and to reduce risk.

Proud Member of

The 20 Elite