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Google’s Geolocation Service, something to be concerned about?

Not a big fan of Google’s geolocation service? You’re in for some good news then. Following a decision by the Dutch Data Protection Authority (DPA) that the process is in violation of laws in the Netherlands, Google is letting network ...

6 Easy Tips For Better Security Of Your Passwords

Remembering all your passwords can be a tough job. We don’t blame you; there are so many password protected sites and PIN-protected accounts these days that anyone who can remember all their passwords should be awarded, honestly! And this difficulty ...

World IPv6 Day

World IPv6 Day World IPv6 Day is an official day for companies around the world to test a new communication technology called IPv6. Currently everyone is using IPv4. You don’t need to know the details, but it basically is the ...

5 Tips To Help Keep You Safe On The Internet – From the computer support professionals

Security should be a layered solution Stopping a virus before it attacks your computer or network can save you money and down-time. Althought these are all good measures to help keep you safe, the only way to stay completely safe is ...

Do You Need That Extended Warranty? – Computer Service Tips from the Bozeman, Montana Computer Pro

Whenever we configure a new desktop, laptop or server for our small business customers for computer service in Bozeman, Montana, one configuration option that often needs discussion is whether or not to purchase the extended warranty. The answer differs based ...

An Inexpensive Upgrade That Can Pay Off Big – Computer Service Tips from the Bozeman, Montana Computer Pro

We do computer service in Bozeman, Montana and it seems no matter how new, how powerful, how state of the art an employee’s computer might be, they’ll always seem to find something to complain about. Maybe they just feel that ...

3 Inexpensive But Effective PC Upgrades – Computer Service Tips from the Bozeman, Montana Computer Pro

A slow computer isn’t just an annoying inconvenience. For every minute staff members sit around waiting for their computer to finish whatever it seems to be “thinking” about, money resulting from lost productivity is draining from your bank account. Fortunately, ...

5 Simple Ways to Combat Spam – Computer Service Tips from the Bozeman, Montana Computer Pro

SPAM! When we talk to any of our clients that we provide computer service in Bozeman, Montana, to, nine times out of ten they will insist that their greatest headache is the amount of spam that floods their email boxes ...

Optimize Your PC With These 3 Free Utilities Computer Service Tips from the Bozeman, Montana Computer Pro

Is your computer slow to open files? Searching for a document seems to take forever? Does just trying to open a web page bring your computer to a screeching halt? Maybe it’s time to do some hardware upgrades, like installing ...

3 Good Reasons to Upgrade to Windows 7 – Computer Service Tips from Bozeman, Montana Computer Pro

Windows 7 has been out since October 2009, and many users still working with Vista or XP continue to hold out, wondering… “is it safe to upgrade to Windows 7 now?” After all, only about 19% of XP users made ...

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Bozeman (HQ)

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Bozeman, MT 59718


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Billings, MT 59102

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Wolfguard IT has been serving the State of Montana since 2010. For over ten years, we have stood over five core values that make up our company’s foundation. First, we treat you as if you are our only customer. Second, we have a 100% money back guarantee. Third, we pride ourselves in providing a fast response. Four, we will provide 24/7/365 support and monitoring of your technology. Finally, no “geek” talk. These values motivate us to consistently provide our customers, our very best! Choosing the wrong IT service provider can expose your business to unnecessary downtime, slow performance and security vulnerabilities. We know – because we answer the call when “the other guys” come up short.