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Happy Holidays!

Wishing you a safe and happy holiday season. We will be closed on Friday, December 25, and Friday, January 1, to celebrate with our families and friends. Looking forward to 2021!

If you have an emergency support need during this time, please email and call 610-590-5006 at the same time, and note “EMERGENCY” in your messages, and we will respond soon thereafter. If you have a regular support request, just email or complete our online form here and we will respond by the next business day.

Our regular business hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30am to 5:00pm EST (not including U.S. holidays).

Order Computers, Monitors, Web Cameras Today from SkyViewTek!

SkyViewTek is working on our small business clients’ procurement needs – desktops, laptops, monitors, web cameras, and more. However, the COVID-19 pandemic has put unique pressures on manufacturers: higher demand and lower supply. With more children According to Verge, [pandemic] outbreaks have combined supply-chain hurdles with spikes in demand. In addition shortage of LCD (liquid crystal display) panels, the screen part of a laptop, plus the U.S. is considering to blacklist China’s largest chipmaker, according to CNBC. Another problem is that the notebook industry is in the midst of its busiest quarter of the year, a time when back-to-school sales herald a season of heavier demand for laptops that doesn’t end until Christmas, according to DRAMeXchange Technology.

In other words, do not wait to place your hardware or software order with SkyViewTek, as your it may take two to six weeks or longer to arrive at our office, due to the pandemic. Contact us today for assistance. Call 610-590-5006 or email

Reboot Your Router to Stop Russia-Linked Malware

A sophisticated malware system linked to Russia has infected hundreds of thousands of internet routers, and the F.B.I. has made an urgent request to anybody with one of the devices: Turn it off, wait one to two minutes, and then turn it back on.

The F.B.I. has several recommendations for any owner of a small office or home office router. The simplest thing to do is reboot the device, which will temporarily disrupt the malware if it is present. Users are also advised to upgrade the device’s firmware and to select a new secure password. If any remote-management settings are in place, the F.B.I. suggests disabling them.

As always, business grade routers – like SonicWall – are highly recommended by SkyViewTek for your small business. For more information or for assistance, please contact SkyViewTek at or 610-590-5006.

SOURCE: The New York Times – May 27, 2018