Valley MicroComputers was founded in 1979. Many small businesses were doing accounting and other data tasks by hand at that time. The goal of Valley Microcomputers was to provide businesses with a place to obtain computers and provide help using them, hence our slogan: "We make computers work for you." Many things have changed since 1979, but our vision has not. We strive to establish relationships with our customers based on integrity and making your concerns our priority. If you're a present or longstanding customer, thanks for trusting us. If we haven't met yet, we would be honored with your visit.
We offer a variety of data recovery and remote backup services. Whether your hard drive just bit the dust or you’re looking for a comprehensive backup solution for your business, we’re here to help.
Virus and Spyware Removal
Does a stubborn bug have your computer down? Bring it to us and we'll make sure that your computer gets clean, period. We're also happy to help you find affordable security solutions for your PC to prevent future attacks.
We provide a variety of technical support services for businesses in the region. We perform new systems setup, repair, automated monitoring to prevent problems, and remote systems management and repair when needed.
Is your computer acting funny and you don't have time to disconnect and bring it in? No worries! Just give us a call and we can connect directly to your computer to see what's going on.
We offer packages that include web hosting, email hosting, and mail spam filtering. We can also provide multiple FTP logins for you to use.
We offer a limited range of laptops, desktop computers, wireless routers, surge protectors, and other basic computer accessories. We can help you build and customize a computer that best fits your individual needs.
Over the weekend, the world experienced one of the most severe ransomware outbreaks in history, with businesses of all sizes in over 150 countries impacted. As ransomware becomes a household name, one thing is for certain: Global cybersecurity has reached a moment of emergency.
So here are the critical questions for your business: • Do you have a backup and disaster recovery system in place? • Is all of your software patched and up-to-date? • Is your antivirus up-to-date and running? • Is your network secure? • Are all workstations and servers receiving the latest Windows updates and patches?
This is just the beginning of ransomware attacks in 2017. Let’s get your business ready for what’s to come.
Security researchers from Check Point have discovered a new Mac malware family that uses nag screens to obtain admin privileges, Tor to hide traffic diverted to a remote proxy, and a rogue certificate...