I’m Ron Enderland, AKA the Bald Guy. I have over twenty years’ experience in all aspects of information technology, and I’m here to help you with managed IT services.
Announcing VOIP for small-medium sized business!
I have partnered with White Label Communications to provide fully hosted VOIP telephony for businesses. I can handle your business’s telephone needs, no matter how simple or complex. Fill out my contact form for a free quote if you’re close to the Northwest Arkansas area. You might be very pleasantly surprised at how affordable using a local guy (which means I’m your first call for support) for your VOIP telephony can be.
Services I Can Offer:
- Business maintenance plans starting at $50 a month, no long term commitments
- Fully hosted VOIP telephony
- Network installation/configuration/troubleshooting
- Mesh Wifi networks providing seamless, no-dropout coverage
- PC installation/configuration/troubleshooting
- Server installation/configuration/troubleshooting
- Software installation/configuration
- Backup scenario creation/implementation/testing
- WordPress website management
- Database administration/configuration/backup (SQL Server, MySQL, PostgreSQL)
- Data Recovery
- Office/small business network setup
- Website hosting
- Security auditing
- Desktop Linux installation/configuration/training
- Windows and Linux operating systems
- Media server setup
Ron did a great job coding and he eagerly jumped into new opportunities and challenges. Over the years, Ron created timely applications and enhanced our staple programs.
FOR SALE: Six domain names excellent for NWA. $200 each, $1000.00 for all:
- Self-Cleaning Robocopy Backup Batch File - Earlier, I posted a simple batch file for sysadmins to keep a number of backups. Here’s another one that’s more sophisticated. It creates a folder with today’s date and time as a name, copies over the tree of the folder you wish to back up. Then it keeps 50 copies, and deletes the oldest. It […]
- The Lifechanger - The lifechanger, quite obviously, was my first computer: a hand-built based on a 486SLC2/66 motherboard I obtained from a computer shop in Siloam Springs, Arkansas in December 1993. But a case could be made for my father-in-law’s Packard-Bell 386 he obtained a couple of months earlier. I spent ten or twenty hours playing around on […]
- Printing Fix for Ubuntu 20.04 - Something really crappy happened to Ubuntu between 18.04 and 20.04. When I upgraded, I discovered that my printing was broken. Network printers were found, and they even worked for a while, but they soon broke, the computer unable to communicate with them. Here’s how I fixed it: Go to the CUPS admin interface in a […]
- Robocopy Backup Routine for you Windows Sysadmins - This creates a total of 20 copies of c:\shared to d:\backup. I run it daily. d: cd backup rmdir /s /q dailynew20 rename dailynew19 dailynew20 rename dailynew18 dailynew19 rename dailynew17 dailynew18 rename dailynew16 dailynew17 rename dailynew15 dailynew16 rename dailynew14 dailynew15 rename dailynew13 dailynew14 rename dailynew12 dailynew13 rename dailynew11 dailynew12 rename dailynew10 dailynew11 rename dailynew9 dailynew10 […]
- Ransomware Is Your Biggest Nightmare - Ransomware, a hack that scrambles your files, rendering them useless until you cough up money to the extortionist, has gotten huge. The Garmin corporation, makers of GPS’s, actually shut down for several days while recovering from a ransomware attack. If these scumbags can bring a big company down, they can do the same to you. […]