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Residential PC Repairs

Exigency Residential PC Repairs


Starting January 8, 2018, EXIGENCY will open it’s doors to the community (Spokane, WA) for Residential PC Repairs.

Our repairs rate is $50/per hour but email us at [email protected] for information on how we can fix any issue with a fee of just $50; regardless of duration. (Enter “Give Me A Deal” in the subject line)

Computer simply won’t start, boot into windows or just running slow? Bring it in for a free consultation! Read more

Star(s) of the Month – January 2018

Exigency Star(s) of the Month – January 2018

STAR(S) OF THE MONTH – Barry Blackerby

On behalf of EXIGENCY, I’d like to congratulate Barry Blackerby on our first ever Star(s) of the month! Here’s a little information about Mr. Blackerby and the reasoning behind why we chose him

“I like to tell stories,” he said, “not necessarily narrative, but implied.”

“My interests run the gamut,” he said. “If it’s a challenge, I do it. It’s a waste of time to limit yourself.”

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Choosing Your Solution

Exigency Choosing Your Solution


It’s vital for you to have a game plan when selecting a Technology Company. There’s no magical formula that’ll help you choose the right IT solution. Taking steps can help prepare for negotiations and importantly, so you’ll not to be taken advantage.

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Assessments, Business & Vulnerabilities

Exigency Assessments, Business & Vulnerabilities


When was your last IT infrastructure or Security assessments completed? I’d venture to guess years ago and how about your business Security Policies, are they in place? Again, I’d venture to say no and the chances of being wrong are low. Due to many businesses neglecting to complete any assessments, they are left most vulnerable. Read more

Net Neutrality

Exigency Net Neutrality


On December 14th, 2017, the most important vote of your life will take place; the vote to repeal Net Neutrality (NN).

Held by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), three of the five seats are controlled by Republicans giving the FCC, the majority needed to pass any new rule they see fit.

The FCC hasn’t expressed any interest in hearing Americas plea, making the vote on December 14th likely pass. At this point, the handful of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) which control residential internet in the US, will be able to control what we view and how fast we view it.

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