Is Your Tech Ready for School?

by Geek Squad Agent on ‎08-28-2015 08:30 AM - last edited on ‎07-28-2016 09:47 AM by Geek Squad Agent (470 Views)

As summer winds down, students everywhere are looking for school supplies and picking out the perfect backpack. But just having enough pens and notebooks isn’t enough anymore. Students of all ages are finding they need some tech in their backpacks too. Now is a good time to ensure all that technology is ready to go back to school as well.

 

Let’s review the basics of Tech 101 with these tips from our Agents:

 

Setup Your Security

 

The Internet is an important education tool. Protect your computer from malicious software with an up-to-date antivirus program. You also might want to take a minute and learn what you can do toavoid malicious software. We have a number of articles on our website with tips on staying safe online and this blog keeps a pretty close eye on Web security, so check back often.

 

Want to see how clean your system is? Run the free System Analyzer tool powered by Webroot SecureAnywhere.

 

Bring the Backup

 

The most valuable items on your computer are your personal files. Whether it’s the midterm thesis you’ve spent weeks working on or those pics from that party last summer, those files are not easily replaced if lost due to a hard drive failure or virus corruption. Take the time to setup a backup plan for your computer. And don’t forget to back up your smartphone and tablet.

 

If you need help with protecting your computer, or if it’s 3am and that book report is unfinished because a virus has taken over your system, our Agents are available 24 hours a day to get your studies back on track. They can’t help you with your homework, but they can help your tech keep you going throughout the school year.

 

Agent Derek has been removing techno-stress from the lives of his Geek Squad clients since 2005. When not providing remote help as an Online Support Agent, he likes to take to the road on a vintage motorcycle for adventures through Ohio country highways.

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