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A Messsage from Clay

Published by Clay on August 27, 2016 at 10:00 AM

Since 2010, VisuTech Solutions has been continually supporting our wonderful customers!  We have been your local source for technical support, and I am excited to announce that my family will be growing in September with the arrival of our first child!  So, with this new adventure in our lives, I will be limiting the services that VisuTech Solutions offers during the month of September.&...Read More

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New Year, New Look!

Published by Clay on Feb 06, 2015 at 08:30 PM

Here at VisuTech Solutions, we strive for perfection.  Our own website is not an exception.  Based upon feedback from our customers and friends, we redesigned our website.  We now have a place to post specials and promos, and our new Testimonial Rotator will display comments we've received from our happy customers!  Be sure to visit us again, as the wheels are always turnin...Read More

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Why Are Chip Cards More Secure Than Magnetic Stripe Cards?

Published by Clay on Oct 14, 2014 at 11:21 AM

  Magnetic-stripe cards are pretty outdated — they’ve been around since the ’60s. But things are changing. The next generation of credit cards — chip cards (also known as EMV cards) — are coming down the pipeline next year. In fact, you may have already received one from your bank. Chip cards are the standard in most parts of the world&nb...Read More

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Secure Payment System

Published by Clay on August 17, 2014 at 01:45 PM

We have been working hard the last few months on our new online payment system. This new system allows us to securely accept and process credit cards as payment, something we have not been able to do previously. We are proud to announce that our secure payment site is up and running! For security, our system will only accept payments for Invoices that have a balance due. This is to make sure th...Read More

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Heartbleed: What you need to know

Published by Clay on April 10, 2014 at 06:11 PM

The Heartbleed bug is making headlines this week. Heartbleed is the name of a hole in the SSL security that protects your information when visiting secure websites. It was named Heartbleed because it mimics a heartbeat, which is a term for making sure both ends of an internet connection are secure. Since this bug mimics a verified heartbeat when accessing secure websites, the site thinks ...Read More

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What is High Speed?

Published by Clay on August 22, 2013 at 06:55 PM

What is "High Speed" internet? We have all seen the advertisements at the local coffee shop, hotel/motel, car wash, etc for "high speed" internet access. Some seem fast, while others can barely load a cat video on YouTube. So, just how fast is "high speed?" By definition, the industry has standards of what is considered fast and what is not. However, those standards aside, what do you...Read More

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Coming Soon: WedPage by VisuTech Solutions!

Published by Clay on July 13, 2013 at 08:55 PM

We'll create your own wedding website and keep it online up to one year after your wedding day!Weddings are big occasions.  Families are spread out.  With the click of a mouse, introduce your partner to your family and friends and tell your story! All wedding sites are given a web address.  Have your own domain or want to get your own? No prob...Read More

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Welcome to our New Site!

Published by Clay on April 27, 2013 at 06:10 PM

Welcome to the new!  We've been so busy until now, helping our customers, that we didn't have the time to maximize our own site.  Let us know what you think by commenting below!...Read More

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User Logins: How can we change the username/password convention?

Published by Clay on Jan 20, 2013 at 05:00 PM

We do it every day. What's my username for that one website? What's the password again? Uppercase? Random character? Huh? VisuTech Solutions would like to know what ideas you have as ways to change this. What can replace the standard username/password as a secure, reliable, easy-to-remember method of authentication?...Read More

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