Sudora's Services

Sudora Computer Services is a St. Louis Based Managed Service Provider for Small and Medium Sized Businesses. We Deliver Big Business Solutions on a Small Business Budget!

ProPack

Finally a way for an average computer user to experience enterprise IT support on a home office budget.

Computer Networking

Do your computers communicate with each other?

IT Consulting

Let us take care of the risks for your business.

Managed IT Services

Proactive IT instead of Reactive IT

Cloud Services Consulting

Let Sudora narrow down the choices to what will work best fro you!

Business Disaster Recovery

Does your business have a Disaster Recovery Plan?

Data Recovery

If you accidentally delete important files, let us get all your data back!

Internet and Phone Consulting

Let Sudora find the right Internet and Phone providers for you!

Web Services

Is your website up-to-date?

Healthcare IT Consulting

Are you compliant on how you store your client records?

Virus and Spyware Removal

The internet is dangerous are you prepared?

Data Wiring

Let Sudora run the wiring for you so you don't have to!

Data Loss Data Theft Down Time Compliance

Our Recent Posts

Handy Keyboard Shortcuts to Increase Productivity

Most of these shortcuts are Windows Specific however with a Mac you can normally replace the  CTRL key for Windows with the Apple Key  and the Alt key  for windows with the Option Key. Below are some useful tricks and of course there are many others if you know of any we omitted just comment

Cost of Downtime Calculator:

Cost of Downtime Calculator Cost of Downtime Calculator Use this worksheet to determine how much your company loses during system failures. If you don’t know the exact figures, just guess. Employee Productivity Annual Revenue of your Company $ (1) Number of Employees: # (2) Calculate Average Revenue per Employee:(Line 1) / (Line 2) $ (3)

How to REVERSE Windows 10 Upgrade

Reverse Windows 10 back to Windows 7 or 8 If it’s been less than a month since you upgraded to Windows 10 you can go back by using Windows Recovery. If it’s been more than a month you will need to try a different recovery option. Go to Update & Recovery from the Settings window.