Services

On Demand IT, Inc. is an outsourced IT provider servicing clients in and around the Portland / Vancouver area. We are a full service provider offering IT services to fit the needs of the client. We offer hosting packages, managed IT services, onsite managed and offsite cloud backup replication, pre-planned scheduled IT maintenance to break fix options. At On Demand IT we strive to partner with our clients to make the most of their IT dollars, ever mindful of the balance and need for security in an increasingly complex world of computers. 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.

General Support

Managed Services

Microsoft Antivirus Tied for Last in Malware Tests

Microsoft's built-in Windows Defender antivirus software does well against known malware, but gets an F from an independent lab in stopping the newer stuff. Source: Microsoft Antivirus Tied for Last in Malware...
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SHA-1 Time Bomb: One Third of Websites Have Yet to Upgrade

SHA-1 Time Bomb: One Third of Websites Have Yet to Upgrade. Browsers will stop supporting algorithm from January Source: SHA-1 Time Bomb: One Third of Websites Have Yet to...
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Massive DDoS attacks up 138% from last year, says Akamai report – TechRepublic

Large distributed denial of service (DDoS) attacks are on the rise, with attacks greater than 100 Gbps seeing a 138% increase over the past year, according to a new report. Akamai's State of the Internet / Security Report for Q3 2016 was released on Tuesday, and it...
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Email certificates from COMODO. Our free email certificates allow you to encrypt with email digital sign. Use secure email certificates and email digital signature to ensure confidentiality. Use FireFox or IE Browsers to get your certificate. Sorry Google Fans, Chrome...
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Microsoft unveils Surface Studio, its first-ever desktop computer

Microsoft is throwing down the gauntlet against the iMac. After months of rumors, leaks, and speculation, Microsoft unveiled the Surface Studio, its first-ever desktop PC, at an event in New York today. New York, meet the world’s tech scene 5,000 Tech leaders are...
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Microsoft: Beware this fake Windows BSOD from tech support scammers’ malware | ZDNet

Microsoft is warning Windows users over a fake Microsoft security product that locks an infected computer and tries to trick victims into calling a support hotline. Source: Microsoft: Beware this fake Windows BSOD from tech support scammers' malware |...
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Comcast’s 1TB data caps start to roll out nationwide

Heavy users beware! Comcast is now throttling you down to 1TB each month with additional charges for going over. Read more at Engadget from the link below... Source: Comcast's 1TB data caps start to roll out...
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Yahoo Reportedly Hacked, So Change Your Flickr Password NOW

If you're a member of the photo sharing service Flickr, you might want to change your password as soon as possible. Yahoo, which owns Flickr, has reportedl Source: Yahoo Reportedly Hacked, So Change Your Flickr Password...
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A Hacking Group Is Selling iPhone Spyware to Governments | WIRED

Well-funded and professional organization sells extremely sophisticated mobile spyware to nation states. Source: A Hacking Group Is Selling iPhone Spyware to Governments |...
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Thermostat Ransomware

Internet of Things (IoT) is the future. Unfortunately, cybercriminals will take advantage, and this thermostat ransomware proof of concept exemplifies how. Source: Thermostat...
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Thermostat Ransomware

Internet of Things (IoT) is the future. Unfortunately, cybercriminals will take advantage, and this thermostat ransomware proof of concept exemplifies how. Source: Thermostat...

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