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October 23, 2014

Bottom Line IT 10-21-14


Matt and Amy host Bottom Line IT this week and they are bringing you the latest technology news on the Michigan Business Network. Rumor of Mike's Return Next Week! Show topics this week: Apple Pay and Apple's Plan to Change How You Pay and Providing Options for Cell Service, Tablet Discussion, Mobile Security Threats, BYOD, and more! 




Technology Topics Discussed:

  • Apple Pay Has Launched
  • Apple's Plan to Change How You Pay for Everything
  • The Future of Payments
  • Apple Very Quietly Announced a New Technology That Could Completely Change the Wireless Industry As We Know It
  • How do the Latest iPads Compare to Their Biggest Competitors
  • Evolution and Impact of Hidden Mobile Threats: Why Organizations Need a Multi-Level Security Solution
  • 13 Must-Own Apps for Transforming Your Phone Into the Ultimate Toolkit


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October 15, 2014

Bottom Line IT 10-14-14


Matt and Erik host and the guys are bringing you the latest IT news this week on the Michigan Business Network. Show topics this week: Apple's iPhone Encryption, Microsoft and Other Firms Pledge to Protect Student Data, Social Media Companies Attend Anti-Extremist Meeting, US Gov't Moving Top Secret Docs to the Cloud, Artificial Intelligence and more! 






Technology Topics Discussed:

  • Apple's iPhone Encryption is a Godsend, Even if Cops Hate It
  • Microsoft and Other Firms Pledge to Protect Student Data
  • Facebook, Twitter and Google to Attend EU Anti-Extremist Meeting
  • The US Gov't is Going to Store Top Secret Docs in the Cloud?
  • How Will Wearables Affect Enterprise Mobility Management Strategies?
  • Three Years After "Jeopardy", IBM Gets Serious About Watson
  • The Future of Artificial Intelligence: Computers Will Take Your Job


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October 7, 2014

Bottom Line IT 10-7-14


Mike and Matt strike again and while the iron is hot to bring you the latest IT news this week on the Michigan Business Network. Show topics this week: Credit Card Processing, Why Should Small Business Care About High Profile Cybercrime Data Breaches?, DropBox Security and BYOD, Big Data for Small Business, Apple CarPlay, Drones and more! 






Technology Topics Discussed:

  • Get Ready for Major Changes in Credit Card Processing
  • What Does a Data Breach Really Cost and What Should You Do to Minimize This Risk?
  • DropBox and Other Major Security Threats That May Not Have Been Considered
  • Why Big Data Matters to Small Business
  • Drones - They are Everywhere and Bringing us Some Cool Stuff
  • Apple CarPlay is Here


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September 29, 2014

ASK Quarterly Newsletter - The Bottom Line (Q4 of 2014)

September 29, 2014

Bottom Line IT 9-23-14


Mike and Matt bring you the latest IT news this week on the Michigan Business Network. Show topics this week: iPhone 6, Detroit and Vehicle Communication Testing, GM to Offer Hands Free Driving by 2016, Connected Homes in the Near Future, and more! We also check in with the always mysterious Just Ask Paul for a very special segment this week so be sure to tune in!



Technology Topics Discussed:

  • Apple Announces iPhone 6, 6 Plus, Smartwatch, and Apple Pay
  • Detroit to Become the Largest Vehicle-Communication Testing Grounds in the World
  • GM to Offer Hands Free Driving by 2016
  • Some Homes Expected to Have 500 Connected Gadgets by 2022
  • Frightening Virtual Realities That May be Closer Than We Realize


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September 26, 2014

ASK - Shellshock Vulnerability

ASK - Information for Clients Regarding "Shellshock" Vulnerability

Concerning the vulnerabilities referred to as Shellshock, CVE-2014-6271 and CVE-2014-7169

You will be reading in the news soon about a new vulnerability in a globally relevant piece of software called bash. Security researchers are calling the vulnerability "Shellshock". ASK has been working on impact analysis and response, and we have the following to report.

Bash is a command line interpreter, not unlike the windows command prompt, which is installed by default on many linux, unix, mac os and other related operating systems. This bug is extremely serious business that system administrators throughout the world will be dealing with aggressively for the next several months, but fortunately for ASK customers, you are covered on multiple fronts.

The primary attack method for the disclosed vulnerability affects Apache Web servers running on a machine with a bash shell, and requires a website to have been created that interfaces directly with the bash shell. For websites we host on our Linux infrastructure, we've acted quickly to apply the needed patch.

In quick summary of issues
1. Mac OS is affected, but apple will be releasing a patch and hardly any Mac OS machines are used to run a web server anyway.
1a. Mac OS has kind of a possibly major problem that as of this writing is unresolved and is being explored by security researchers. Stay tuned.
2. We've checked with appliance vendors we are partners with and they are all not affected.
3. VMware is not affected
4. We help maintain your security appliance in a secure by default state, so unnecessary ports which may be affected are not open and vulnerable to external attack

ASK is working diligently to make sure your business interests are protected. By and large, most of our customers do not run affected systems, so with a relatively high likelihood it is safe to say there's nothing to worry about. We'll be running scans over the next few days to make sure your systems are so, and if we discover problems we'll reach out to each customer individually for resolution details.

The relevance of this vulnerability continues to be explored, so this notice may quickly contain dated information. If anything relevant to our customers occurs in the future, more notices will be delivered.

Thank you for continuing to allow us the privilege of protecting your business interests!

-Jeff


Jeff Shannon
ASK
Director of Solutions
http://www.justask.net
p. 517-999-0223
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September 26, 2014

ASK - Navigate 2014 Award Winner!

Continuum Honors ASK with All In Award at First Annual Navigate 2014 User Conference

ASK Earns Award for Adopting and Selling Most Products Across Continuum Portfolio

LANSING, MI – Sept. 23, 2014ASK has earned an All In Award from Continuum®, the industry's only channel-exclusive provider of fully integrated managed IT services solutions, presented at Navigate 2014, the company’s first user conference that took place on Sunday, September 21 – Tuesday, September 23, 2014 at the Seaport Hotel in Boston. The All In Award was presented to the partner who adopted the most products from the Continuum portfolio over the past year and had the highest average revenue.

 “ASK is among a distinguished group of top MSPs who we are proud to call a Continuum partner,” said Mark Connolly, Vice President of Sales at Continuum. “We are delighted to recognize ASK’s success and tremendous accomplishments over this past year and look forward to our continued partnership.”

Navigate by Continuum is an educational and training event to help the industry’s top MSPs and IT resellers maximize their investment in Continuum’s managed services platform and grow their IT services business. For more information, visit: www.continuum.net/navigate.

For more information on ASK, visit: http://www.justask.net/.

About Continuum Managed IT Services
Continuum is the technology industry's only channel-exclusive provider of fully integrated managed IT services, allowing its Managed Services Provider (MSP) partners to maintain both on premise and cloud-based servers, desktops, mobile devices and other endpoints for small-and-medium-sized businesses. Continuum’s SaaS platform enables MSPs to efficiently backup, monitor, troubleshoot and maintain clients’ IT infrastructure from a single pane of glass, all backed by an industry–leading network operations center (NOC) and Service Desk. The company employs 800 professionals worldwide, supports over 3,400 partners and monitors over half a million endpoints. For more information, visit http://www.continuum.net/ or follow us on LinkedIn and Twitter @FollowContinuum.

About ASK
ASK is a world class provider of best of breed IT hardware, software, and service solutions. Our combination of personalized customer attention, technical excellence and project efficiency has resulted in our reputation as a leading provider of technical solutions in the Midwest. For more information, visit: http://www.justask.net/.

Contact:                                                          
Mike Maddox
mmaddox@justask.net
President of ASK
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September 9, 2014

Bottom Line IT 9-9-14


Mike and Matt bring you the latest IT news this week on the Michigan Business Network. Show topics this week: Home Depot Credit Card Breach, Smartphone Use at Night Ruining Your Sleep, IT Complexity Killing Business Innovation, Losing Patient Data in the Healthcare Industry, and more! We also check in with the always mysterious Just Ask Paul so be sure to tune in!



Technology Topics Discussed:

  • Home Depot Investigates Credit Card Breach
  • How Using Your Smartphone at Night is Ruining Your Sleep
  • The Business-Innovation Killer: IT Complexity
  • Hospitals and Clinics are Losing Patient Data at an Alarming Rate
  • Apple iCloud Attack - Not Just a Concern for Celebrities Who's Photos Were Stolen


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September 5, 2014

Bottom Line IT 9-2-14


Matt and Amy bring you the latest IT news this week on the Michigan Business Network. This week the show "tackles" (see what I did there) these topics: UPS Breach, Microsoft Ending Support on Older Versions of IE, Largest Heartbleed Attack, How Tech Can Make us Better Parents, and more! We also check in with the always mysterious Just Ask Paul so be sure to tune in!



Technology Topics Discussed:

  • What We Can Learn from the Recent UPS Breach
  • Microsoft Announces that it Will Stop Supporting Older Versions of IE
  • Largest Heartbleed Attack in History Affects Community Health System
  • Creative Ways to Use Crowdsourcing
  • How Technology Can Make Us Better Parents
  • Top Automotive Technology Blunders


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August 20, 2014

Bottom Line IT 8-19-14


Matt and Amy bring you the latest IT news this week on the Michigan Business Network. Matt contemplates revenge against the previous week show hosts then they dig in to the following topics: Facebook Goes Down and People Call 911, New Startup - CloudFlare, Russian Gangs Amassing User Data, Smart Buildings, Bitcoin and more! We also check in with the always mysterious Just Ask Paul so be sure to tune in!



Technology Topics Discussed:

  • Facebook Goes Down, LA Residents Call 911
  • This $1 Billion Startup Handles 5% of All Web Traffic, Ready to Take on Cisco
  • Russian Gang Amasses Over 1 Billion Internet Passwords
  • Smart Building Technologies Could Expose Companies to a New Breed of Cyber Attack
  • We're Now Accepting Bitcoin on Dell.com
  • A Room Where Executives Go to Get Help From IBM's Watson
  • New Leaker Disclosing U.S Secrets, Gov't Concludes


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August 13, 2014

ASK - Web and Email Hosting Services Outage at LiquidWeb

8/12/2014 Outage of ASK hosted services at LiquidWeb Data Centers

ASK provides email and web hosting services to customers by way of our hosted virtual and dedicated servers at LiquidWeb. LiquidWeb is a Lansing, MI based global provider of virtual and dedicated hosted servers. They are known throughout the industry for their "Heroic Support" mantra, and it is why ASK chose them to host customers who need email and website hosting services.

On 8/12/2014 they were caught off guard by the global routing table growing too large for some of their core routers. This did not affect just LiquidWeb, it affected hundreds or thousands of ISPs the world over, including parts of the networks of major providers like Level 3, AT&T, Cogent, Sprint and Verizon. Many internet network providers were operationally unaware of memory limitations on older internet routing equipment. Many were, but not enough, hence the global internet experienced what was a major outage for some.

LiquidWeb has corrected the problem. No official reason for outage report from them is available at the moment, but is expected to be posted to their public support page when available.
http://www.liquidweb.com/support/

ASK's technical evaluation is that LiquidWeb has either manually trimmed their BGP routing table, eliminating some unnecessary routes manually, or has performed an emergency upgrade to network routing equipment. Without an official release, we can't say, but LiquidWeb hosted ASK Services have been working for our customers since around 530pm EDT 8/12/2014.

An excellent article to read concerning yesterdays outage is here:
http://www.zdnet.com/internet-hiccups-today-youre-not-alone-heres-why-7000032566/

Jeff Shannon
ASK
Director of Solutions
http://www.justask.net
p. 517-999-0223
f. 517-676-6730

July 8, 2014

ASK Quarterly Newsletter The Bottom Line (Q3 of 2014)

July 2, 2014

Bottom Line IT 7-1-14


Mike and Matt the actual hosts of Bottom Line IT return to actually host the show and bring you the latest IT news this week on the Michigan Business Network. Topics include Google Donating Funds to Help Close the IT Gender Gap, Wikipedia Paid Editing Changes, A Password You Will Never Forget?, Facial Recognition for Your Car and more! We also check in with the always mysterious Just Ask Paul so be sure to tune in!



Technology Topics Discussed:

  • Google Donates Funding to Help Close the Tech Gender Gap
  • Will the Recent Policy Changes to Wikipedia Make it a Trusted Source for Primary Research?
  • A Method for Establishing a Password that You Will Never Forget
  • Facial Recognition is Coming for Your Automobile
  • Lessons that Can be Learned from Microsoft's Exchange Online Outage


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June 26, 2014

Bottom Line IT 6-24-14


Mike and Amy host Bottom Line IT and according to Mike it is "The Best and Brightest" of IT news this week on the Michigan Business Network. Topics include a New Computer that Can Calculate HUGE Amounts of Data Instantaneously, Incredible Marketing Methods Using Technology to Get Attention, How Will the Next Twenty Years in Tech Change the World?, IRS Email Practices and more! We also check in with ASK's Just Ask Paul so be sure to tune in!



Technology Topics Discussed:

  • New Computer that Can Calculate Huge Amounts of Data Almost Instantaneously
  • Incredible Marketing Methods Using Technology to Get Attention
  • How Will the Next Twenty Years in Technology Change the World?
  • The Disturbing Email Security Practices of the IRS


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June 20, 2014

Bottom Line IT 6-20-14


The streak of Mike and Matt comes to an end just like the Miami Heat but don't fret! Amy steps back in the studio with Matt to host Bottom Line IT! They bring you the latest technology news for business on the Michigan Business Network. Topics include a Computer Passing the Turing Test, Ways that Mobile is Transforming Health Care, Google Not Being Able to Protect Our Privacy, a Microscope Made of Paper and more! We also check in with ASK's Just Ask Paul so be sure to tune in!



Technology Topics Discussed:

  • Computer Passes "Turing Test" for the First Time After Convincing Users it is Human
  • 'Smart' Football Helmet May Help Detect Concussions
  • 10 Ways Mobile is Transforming Health Care
  • Google Can't Protect Our Privacy - Why We Need New Laws
  • Google Buried a Clever Jab at the NSA Inside Its New Encryption Tool
  • This Microscope is Made Largely from Paper


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June 11, 2014

Bottom Line IT 6-10-14



Mike and Amy co-host this edition of Bottom Line IT and they are bringing you the latest technology news on the Michigan Business Network. Topics on this week's show: MSU Develops System to Extract Drinking Water from Manure, How Your Business Can Prepare for Canada's New Anti-Spam Laws, and more! In studio is special guest Kirk Riley, Executive Director, with the Information Technology Empowerment Center (ITEC). We also check in with ASK's Just Ask Paul. Be sure to tune in!


Technology Topics Discussed:

  • MSU Develops System to Extract Drinkable Water from Manure
  • Make Sure Your Business is Ready for Canada's Anti-Spam Law
Interview Guest: 
Kirk Riley - Executive Director of ITEC the Information Technology Empowerment Center

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June 4, 2014

Bottom Line IT 6-3-14


On a roll here as Mike and Matt make it in to the studio two weeks in a row to host Bottom Line IT! They bring you the latest technology news for business on the Michigan Business Network. Topics include Language Translation, Biometrics for Security, Health Care Information, How to Utilize Virtualization for Your Business, Hacking XP for Security? and more! We also check in with ASK's Just Ask Paul so be sure to tune in!



Technology Topics Discussed:

  • The First Universal Real Time Language Translator
  • Banks Begin Using Biometrics for Security - No More Answering Silly ID Questions
  • Your Health Care Information May be Less Secure Than What you Provide to Retailers
  • How to Build a Scalable IT Infrastructure for Your Business Through Virtualization
  • Should You Use a New Hack to Run Security Patches on Windows XP?


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May 30, 2014

Bottom Line IT 5-27-14


"And we're back" Mike and Matt make it in to the studio in the nick of time to host Bottom Line IT and bring you the latest technology news for business on the Michigan Business Network. Topics include Net Neutrality, Target Data Breach, Top IT Priorities for Business, 6 Tech Gadgets That Can Save Your Life and more! We also check in with ASK's Just Ask Paul so be sure to tune in!



Technology Topics Discussed:

  • The Fight Over Net Neutrality
  • As a Result of the Target Data Breach Corporations are Becoming Proactive
  • Top IT Priorities - Results of McKinsey and Co. Survey
  • 6 Tech Gadgets That Can Save Your Life


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May 2, 2014

Bottom Line IT 4-29-14

 
Mike and Matt host this week's installment of Bottom Line IT on the Michigan Business Network! They discuss today's HOT topics in technology news including the Target Point of Sale Attack, Boston Marathon with Google Glass, Can Computers Imagine and more! We also check in with ASK's Just Ask Paul. Be sure and tune in! In studio are special guests Brennan Hayden, the VP of Mobile Division and David Featherly, Manager of Client Services of WDA/X+1 Mobile.


Technology Topics Discussed:

  • The Target Attack Was Just the Beginning
  • Runner Captures Boston Marathon with Google Glass
  • Can Computers Develop an Imagination?
  • Interview with Brennan Hayden and David Featherly of WDA/X+1 Mobile

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April 28, 2014

Bottom Line IT 4-22-14


Mike makes a triumphant return to host Bottom Line IT with Matt on the Michigan Business Network to discuss today's HOT topics in technology news. Topics include Microsoft's Lucrative XP Support Contract with the IRS, Ann Arbor Becoming World's Largest Lab for Wireless Vehicle Communications, Kill Switches on Phones, Heartbleed and Your Business, How SMBs Are Putting Customer Data at Risk, Conan O'Brien and more! We also check in with ASK's Just Ask Paul so be sure to tune in!



Technology Topics Discussed:

  • Microsoft Gets Millions from IRS for XP Support
  • Ann Arbor is Becoming World's Largest Lab for Wireless Vehicle Communications
  • Kill Switches on Phones - Who Turns Them on?
  • Heartbleed - It Really is a Big Deal to Your Business
  • 5 Ways that Small Business are Putting Customer Data at Risk
  • Conan O'Brien - What He Would Have Done as Microsoft CEO


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April 23, 2014

Bottom Line IT 4-15-14


Matt and Amy host this week's Bottom Line IT on the Michigan Business Network to discuss today's HOT topics in technology news. Topics include the Cloud Computing, Hackers Lurking in Vents and Soda Machines, Americans Distrust of Large Tech Firms, Facebook Ad Prices, Apple's New iPhone, Heartbleed, and more! We also check in with ASK's Just Ask Paul so be sure to tune in!



Technology Topics Discussed:

  • IBM Explains Why Cloud Computing Is Such A Game-Changer
  • Hackers Lurking In Vents and Soda Machines
  • Americans Distrust Tech Companies
  • Facebook Ad Prices Are Rising Amid Organic Reach Squeeze
  • Apple Will Start Producing the Big Screen iPhone 6 in July
  • How to Protect Yourself From the Massive Security Flaw That's Taken Over the Internet
  • Forget Wearable Tech, Embeddable Implants are Already Here


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April 17, 2014

ASK Quarterly Newsletter - The Bottom Line (Q2 of 2014)

April 9, 2014

"Heartbleed" Vulnerability

Heartbleed: What You Need to Know 

In the news you may have heard about the "Heartbleed" vulnerability affecting the OpenSSL implementation of the SSL/TLS protocol. We wanted to be sure to communicate widely to our customer base how this affects you and what we are doing about it. A very useful site for a plain language reading of the technical details is available at http://www.heartbleed.com

There's probably nothing to worry about.


In order for an attacker to use Heartbleed in any way of malicious intent, they would need to be in a position to have collected and stored an entire SSL/TLS encrypted communication (e.g. your banking session, buying stuff from Amazon, etc) AND have the resources/knowledge to attack the site (e.g. Amazon, eBay, Facebook, Dropbox, etc) itself to retrieve it's private key via this vulnerability, AND have the resources/knowledge to decrypt the intercepted stream information and pull out useful details (e.g. username/password/credit card number etc). These kinds of resources are only available to government security services like the NSA/GCHQ/CSEC. ASK recommends the changing of all passwords for all internet based services due to the wide exposure of previously presumed secure communications strictly as a precaution.

THAT SAID, any affected equipment in an environment should be patched to resolve this vulnerability as soon as possible.

Among our customers, the most likely device affected is the Watchguard firewall which uses OpenSSL in the 11.8.x line of firmware. Watchguard has yet to release a patch, but as soon as they do, your firewall will be updated customers will be individually notified.
We are in the process of evaluating each Total Care account to see if they do use any other OpenSSL containing services. Our diverse client base makes use of a variety of solutions from disparate vendors and we will evaluate each client individually.
Each Total Care client will receive information about their status from Tech Services as each is evaluated for exposure.

Thank You!
The ASK Team




April 9, 2014

Bottom Line IT 4-8-14


Matt is back and Erik is in to co-host this week's Bottom Line IT on the Michigan Business Network to discuss today's HOT topics in technology news. Topics include the Cyber Black Market, Windows XP Survey, Office for the iPad, World's First 3D Food Printer, Amazon's New Streaming Box, FireChat Messaging App, How to Keep the NSA from Spying Through Your Webcam and more! We also check in with ASK's Just Ask Paul so be sure to tune in!




Technology Topics Discussed:

  • Analysis of Cyber Black Market Reveals Unprecedented Global Maturity
  • Research: 37 percent continuing with Microsoft XP Post-Support
  • Microsoft Office for iPad: Here's What You Get for Free (and don't)
  • Here is the World's First 3D Food Printer
  • Amazon Announces a New Streaming Box, The $99.99 Fire TV
  • FireChat Messaging App: Look Ma, No Internet!
  • How to Keep the NSA from Spying Through Your Webcam


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April 4, 2014

Bottom Line IT 4-1-14

 
Matt & Amy are bringing you the latest technology news on the Michigan Business Network. Topics on this week's show: Facebook Buys Oculus Rift, How to Stop Cybercriminals from Stealing Your Domain, Working w/Robots, How to Keep Your Tax Returns Safe and more! In studio is special guest Waylon Sanford of Thumb Tied (www.thumbtied.com) We also check in with ASK's Just Ask Paul. Be sure to tune in!




Technology Topics Discussed:

  • The Only Explanation of Facebook Buying Oculus fot $2 Billion That Makes Any Sense
  • Hijacked! How to Stop Cybercriminals from Stealing Your Domain
  • Working with Robots: The Next Business Standard
  • How to Keep Your Tax Returns Safe from Hackers
  • Why You Should Skip the Password and Try Things Instead
  • Passwords You Swallow, Sharks That Tweet and 90-MPH Cheeseburgers

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Welcome

ASK is a Lansing based full-service IT products and IT services provider serving the needs of Michigan businesses.

We combine personalized customer attention, technical excellence and project efficiency to ensure that we always exceed our customer's expectations.

IT Support Michigan

The ASK staff is a team of hand-selected professionals with up-to-the-minute proficiency in leading technology solutions. Each member of our team is committed to strong customer service values and a genuine passion for leveraging technology in order to deliver business results.

For all of your business technology and computer service needs, just ask for ASK!

Mission Statement

ASK is committed to taking the hassle out of technology in order to allow our customers to more effectively run their businesses. Our value is in our ability to combine superior technology with outstanding service. The customer's best interest will guide every decision that we make.