Services

On Demand IT, Inc. is an Outsourced IT provider, servicing clients in and around Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington. We offer hosting packages, managed IT services, onsite and offsite backups as well as break/fix options. At On Demand IT we strive to work with our clients and give the best value, being ever mindful of the balance between security in an everchanging world of technology. We assist our clients in streamlining the management of their internal IT infrastructure and assist in maximizing the life-cycle of their hardware and software.

Managed Services

Network Solutions

Partner Services

Support

Network issues arise, system failures occur, and sometimes you may have general questions regarding your hardware or network. On Demand IT is here to help both managed and un-managed customers quickly resolve technical issues, and get you back on the path to success.

Critical EFI Code in Millions of Macs Isn’t Getting Apple’s Updates | WIRED

"As any nagging cybersecurity expert will tell you, keeping your software up-to-date is the brushing and flossing of digital security. But even the most meticulous practitioners of digital hygiene generally focus on maintaining the updates of their computer's...

All 3 billion of Yahoo’s users were impacted by 2013 hack – CyberScoop

"Every single one of Yahoo’s 3 billion users was impacted by a data breach in 2013, despite the company previously saying only 1 billion accounts were impacted, illustrating that the company is still wrestling with the full scope and details of the enormous breach."...

Something’s phishy: How to detect phishing attempts | Malwarebytes Labs

Source: Something's phishy: How to detect phishing attempts | Malwarebytes Labs

Malware Xeroing in on Cloud Accounting Customers

We witnessed a sophisticated phishing campaign on 16th August 2017, targeting victims by sending spoofed phishing email messages appearing to come from Xero. Xero is a New Zealand-based software company that develops cloud-based accounting software for small and...

CCleaner Malware Incident – What You Need to Know and How to Remove

This is a small guide and FAQ on the malware installed alongside CCleaner 5.33.6162. For a full recap of what happened, you can read our complete CCleaner coverage. What happened? An unknown threat group compromised the CCleaner infrastructure. The attacker added...

Equifax data leak could involve 143 million consumers

Data leaks have become so commonplace that it’s incredibly easy to become numb to them, but credit reporting service Equifax announced a doozy today that when all is said and done could involve 143 million consumers. This is bad. It was a treasure trove of information...

Malicious Word File Installs Locky Ransomware When You Close It

It's always a fresh reminder to stay vigilant when opening any email, file or document from an unknown source. With the high rate of malware, ransomware and virus attacks over email recently, it is imperative to stay on top of security when it comes to your corporate...

Upcoming Firefox 57 Gets New Protection Against Apps That Snoop on Users

Firefox 57, scheduled for release on November 14, will ship with a new protective measure that will prevent accessibility apps from accessing the web browser's data. Accessibility is a term used to describe the design of products for people with disabilities....

IRS Warns of Emails Spreading Ransomware

A new phishing scheme has caught the eye of the IRS. The Internal Revenue service is warning US citizens to be vigilant as the scam uses logos  from both the FBI and IRS to appear as a legitimate concern. The only purpose of the scam is to get the users to open and...

Germany: Microsoft Agrees to Stop Forcibly Downloading Windows Upgrades

Remember all of those pushy Windows 10 OS upgrades from Mr. Microsoft? Germany's Baden-Würtenberg consumer rights center had enough and got Microsoft admit to the force feeding of Windows 10 in 2015 after a lengthy 18 month investigation.  For more info, follow the...

Malware Xeroing in on Cloud Accounting Customers

We witnessed a sophisticated phishing campaign on 16th August 2017, targeting victims by sending spoofed phishing email messages appearing to come from Xero. Xero is a New Zealand-based software company that develops cloud-based accounting software for small and...

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Equifax data leak could involve 143 million consumers

Data leaks have become so commonplace that it’s incredibly easy to become numb to them, but credit reporting service Equifax announced a doozy today that when all is said and done could involve 143 million consumers. This is bad. It was a treasure trove of information...

read more

IRS Warns of Emails Spreading Ransomware

A new phishing scheme has caught the eye of the IRS. The Internal Revenue service is warning US citizens to be vigilant as the scam uses logos  from both the FBI and IRS to appear as a legitimate concern. The only purpose of the scam is to get the users to open and...

read more

New iOS update fixes a very dangerous bug

Apple released a new version of its mobile platform, iOS 10.3.3, on Wednesday, fixing a couple of security issues. Sounds like business as usual, but one of the bugs squashed with this update was actually quite serious. Source: New iOS update fixes a very dangerous...

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NotPetya: Is it Ransomware or Cyberwarfare?

The more we learn about it, the worse it looks. According to the article linked in this post, the NotPetya virus is not ransomware, but rather a cyberwarfare tactic. Reports are surfacing that even after you pay your ransom in bitcoins to the perpetrator the virus is...

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