Lake Saint Louis, Missouri

HBB Tech

HBB Tech

(636) 542-8653
HBB Tech, IT Services, Services, Lake St. Louis, Missouri

Whether you’re a business owner or an individual, having access to a reliable and trustworthy IT consultant is a must. Protect yourself and your data by utilizing the services offered by HBB Tech. Based out of St.  Peters, MO, they provide IT support and services to small business owners and small offices across the United States.

With more than 38 years of combined experience, their IT consultants and technicians have the tools and knowledge necessary to handle any of your technological problems. From wireless connectivity problems and pop-ups to a slow computer experiencing random shutdowns and resets, they will provide the solutions you need. In addition to ransomware protection and data backups, they also provide the following services:

  • Cyber Security 
  • Cloud Backup 
  • Troubleshooting Help
  • VoIP Services
  • Email Support

This IT support company focuses on providing the best quality at the best prices. They willingly work with businesses that have one to nine computers, so they are able to deliver the attentive and personalized service you deserve. They will listen and explain problems and their causes, walking you through how to fix issues yourself (if you are interested) should they occur again.

When you’re in need of expert IT support and services for your small home business, reach out to HBB Tech. Call them at (636) 542-8653 to speak with one of their knowledgeable team members or visit their website for in-depth information on their many services.

Announcements & Events from HBB Tech
New Android Malware Replaces Legit Apps With Fake Apps, Lake St. Louis, Missouri
Researchers just yesterday released details about a widespread Android malware campaign where attackers replaced legitimate apps with their malicious versions on ...read more
New Mac Malware Exploits Bug that Apple Left Unpatched, Lake St. Louis, Missouri
  Cybersecurity researchers from Intego are warning about possible active exploitation of an unpatched security vulnerability in Apple's macOS macOS Gatekeeper Bypass Vulnerab...read more
Office 365 Is Under Attack, Lake St. Louis, Missouri
Microsoft Office 365 has caught the attention of online criminals. With 180 million active users it's no wonder. According to Microsoft, one in five business workers is now usi...read more
6 Security Strategies You Can Implement to Protect Your Business, Lake St. Louis, Missouri
Keep your business from making headlines for all the wrong reasons with these security tips.     The headlines almost feel commonplace at this point: “Data Security Brea...read more
Imagine Your Facebook Account Being Hacked, Lake St. Louis, Missouri
  Why Do Hackers Want Your Account? It could be someone you know, playing a practical joke. Or one of your exes out for revenge. It could even be a case or relationship sabot...read more
Travelers heading out on their summer vacation this year will be checking that they have the right supplies and clothes for their trip before they hit the road. Expert travelers will...read more
No matter what industry you serve, your business needs cybersecurity plans in place to keep your team and your customers’ information safe. For CPAs, in particular, this security mea...read more
It Can Happen Anywhere! RIVIERA BEACH, Fla. — Posted June 4, 2019 During a special meeting called to address the city's complete computer shutdown, interim Information Technology ...read more
For small businesses, it can be difficult to justify investing in big purchases, like new computers, when you’re on a budget. Some of these investments, however, can make or break yo...read more
Imagine your CPA getting hacked and suddenly - all of your data is for sale on the Dark Web.   Someone opens a Credit Card in your name, your bank accounts are empty,   ...read more
Are you a small business? Second, by second, you are a ransomware target.   When you get hit with ransomware, your computer locks up and you get a message on your screen to p...read more
We are SO excited to announce a new way to connect with your friends at HBB Tech – through text! Stay “in-the-know” for all things IT.  We’ll be sending out tips and tricks, in...read more
A New Vulnerability in Google Chrome   A new vulnerability in Google Chrome could allow an attacker could install programs; view, change, or delete data; or create new accou...read more
No matter how small a business you have, you need to ensure your company files are secure online. While some steps are best left to the professionals, there are some precautions you ...read more
When building a business, you want to invest in services that will make it thrive. Cybersecurity and remote back up can protect your company before a breach or issue comes up, as wel...read more
  Here’s a tip that just might save your bacon: set up withdrawal alerts on your bank accounts. Many banks will send you an e-mail alert whenever money is withdrawn from you...read more
Have you gotten a call from a US Social Security Administration rep? Maybe one in which you’re told that your Social Security number (SSN) has been suspended because of “su...read more
  We’re all guilty of it: connecting to free public Wi-Fi. Whether it’s at the coffee shop, hotel or airport, the temptation to check e-mail and surf the web is just too st...read more
  If you’re using Dropbox, OneDrive, Google Drive or other consumer-grade file sync and sharing cloud applications, listen up! These applications pose a huge threat to your com...read more
IT support is essential to the success of any modern business. It can provide security for your company’s system and help when any tech issue occurs. A support team can keep you...read more
So you’re in the car on the way home from Starbucks, basking in the glow of consuming your triple-shot, low-foam, extra-hot pumpkin-spice latte when you suddenly realize your laptop ...read more
What are you going to do with your Windows 7 computers? Why does it matter? Because in January 2020 this operating system will no longer be supported by Microsoft What does that ...read more
After January 14th, 2020 all Windows 7 computers will stop receiving important antivirus, security and critical updates. So what does that mean to the average user?  Since ...read more
Like it or not, PC manufacturers LOVE to stuff your brand-new PC full of “free” applications (they get paid to do it, so you’ve got a slim chance of getting one without a side of spa...read more
There are thousands of hackers who get up every morning with ONE goal in mind: to find a new vulnerability in a commonly installed software (like Adobe, Flash, Google Chrome, Quickbo...read more
Odds are you use email on a daily basis to run your business, and without it, your job would be a lot harder. No matter how small a company you run, hackers can and will try to break...read more
Here’s a sneaky trick used by many hackers: they purchase and set up a fraudulent website that is a close misspelling of a legitimate one. Example: www.faceboook.com instead of www.f...read more
Below is a recent story about a police department that suffered a ransomware attack. If a police department can suffer a ransomware attack, any business can! The question is, can yo...read more
OVERVIEW: Multiple vulnerabilities have been discovered in iCloud, Safari, watchOS, tvOS, Mojave, High Sierra, Sierra, and iOS. The most severe of these vulnerabilities could allow ...read more
No company is too small to have the possibility of a cyber-attack threaten its future. As a small business owner who is serious about growth, you need to invest in cyber security mea...read more
  A phishing e-mail is a bogus e-mail that is carefully designed to look like a legitimate request (or attached file) from a site you trust in an effort to get you to willing...read more
  Not too long ago, the CryptoLocker ransomware virus was all over the news, infecting over 250,000 computers in its first 100 days of release (at least that’s the number rep...read more
Every business needs an up-to-date cyber security plan to protect their customer and employee data. For small companies, even one security break-in can end your business. N...read more
If you work in a small business, you’re probably used to the phrase “we wear many different hats.” While it’s okay to have a hand in multiple departments and tasks, you shouldn’t be ...read more