Can You Really Afford Not to Have a Backup Plan?

According to Symantec SMB, 50% of SMBs admit to having no backup and disaster recovery plan in place. 41% of those surveyed confessed that they had never even given much thought to implementing a disaster recovery or business continuity plan.

Support for Windows XP, Office 2003, and Exchange 2003 ends

Are you ready?


As of April 8, 2014, Windows XP, Office 2003, and Exchange Server 2003 will no longer be actively supported. Older systems, as you know, cannot easily handle today's security threats. Without critical support updates, your PCs could be vulnerable to malicious software and compliance issues.

TBC Welcomes New Team Member

TBC would like to officially welcome our newest addition to our team!!! Dale Boughton will take on the role of Service Coordinator at TBC elevating the quality of our service delivery to our clients. Dale is also a member of the Illinois National Guard and we are proud to support our military here at TBC. Currently, we employ veterans from the Army, Navy, Air Force, and Marines!!! Welcome aboard Lt. Boughton!!!

TBC Net Goes Red

This month TBC Net participated in the DeKalb County Go Red Day, which is an event that brings awareness to the leading cause of death in women - heart disease. Go Red For Women encourages awareness of the issue of women and heart disease, and also action to save more lives.

TBC Net's Cohen Barnes Named to Axcient Partner Advisory Council

Last month Cohen Barnes, President/CEO, of TBC Net was named to Axcient’s Partner Advisory Council. Axcient, a data backup and business continuity solution, created the Axcient Partner Advisory Council to gain direct feedback from IT Companies on product improvement and enhancements and to be the voice of the client.

TBC Net Achieves Microsoft Silver Cloud Accelerate Competency

TBC Net has been recognized as a Cloud Accelerate Partner by Microsoft. This new level of partnership within Microsoft will allow TBC Net to further provide customers with cloud computing solutions. Cohen Barnes, President/CEO, had the following to say on the advancement: “We are excited to continue to be able to provide new and innovative solutions to our customers in cloud computing.

Feed My Starving Children

Every month TBC Net engages in a company activity. This past week the TBC family had the opportunity to participate in the event Feed My Starving Children. Feed My Starving Children is an organization that packs meals and sends them to less fortunate children across the world.

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