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We work hard behind the scenes so annoying technology issues don't slow your business down.

Our mission is to help businesses like yours increase productivity and get more out of the technology you invest in.
We specialize in solutions that safeguard and protect your data and keep operations running smoothly.

Managed IT Services

Intelligent remote monitoring, proactive maintenance, and behind-the-scenes remote support.

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Network Security

Protect your business from threats like malware, viruses, phishing attacks, hackers and other threads.

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Backup & Disaster Recovery

Ensure peace-of-mind in any situation with the most complete data backup solution available.

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Cloud Hosting Solutions

Reduce infrastructure costs, collaborate, and get more done with our unique cloud solutions.

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When you just want IT to work!

There are a lot of computer shops out there that you can call up to fix an issue or install a piece of equipment. They might be able to get you out of crisis mode, but they aren’t looking at the full picture.

At DeckerWright Corporation, we understand business. We consult. We provide solutions to solve everyday challenges. We just happen to fix computers as well.

We believe (and have proven) that if you proactively manage technology, run maintenance religiously, and monitor a business network, everyday issues and downtime will be greatly reduced.

This is what makes us different than your typical tech support company. Sure, we can fix computer issues when you have them, but our specialty is preventing them in the first place.

Are you looking for a partner you can trust your IT with? Sign up for a FREE IT Assessment to get started today.

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What Our Clients Say

  • Thank You DeckerWright
    Executive Director, Monmouth County Arts Council

    DeckerWright just finished a complete upgrade of Monmouth Arts’ computer server and network.  They had helped us nurse our old computers as long as humanly possible but we knew it was time to upgrade.  Even with a nonprofit budget they helped us figure out what we needed and made the installation process seamless.  We are thrilled with our new all-in-one computers that take up so much less space and are so quick to respond.  With our new equipment and cloud backup we are able to focus on making Monmouth County a better place through the arts more efficiently and with confidence in the technology that makes it possible.

  • I Highly Recommend DeckerWright
    Director of Administration, Hudson Partnership CMO

    DeckerWright Corporation has been our valued IT vendor for many years.  They had managed to keep our old computers running long after they should have been replaced, and recently we relied on their guidance and expertise to replace all of the now obsolete Windows XP towers and laptops. DeckerWright Corporation worked with us to get HP computers at a great price and coordinated with our staff to retire the old computers and deploy the new ones.  Our not-for-profit agency now has a faster and more secure network with much happier employees!  The staff at DeckerWright Corporation is knowledgeable - staying on top of industry trends and advising us clearly and pragmatically - and they are always responsive to our needswhether routine or an emergency. It is truly a pleasure to work with them and I would highly recommend DeckerWright Corporation!

  • Healthcare Network Support
    Coordinator, LCSW Coordinated Family Care

    DeckerWright Corporation has been a valued partner in helping to design, implement, and support our network. They provide insights and suggest ways to incorporate the technology to streamline operations and make people more efficient... If you are looking for a vendor that will deliver and who will be a valuable partner in the success of your organization; I would definitely recommend DeckerWright.

  • We've Had Fewer Computer Problems!
    President, Red Bank Pension Services

    DeckerWright Corporation is a valued member of the Red Bank Pension Services team. With DeckerWright’s ActivMaintenance, we have had noticeably fewer computer problems. They've helped modernize our office to become “paperless” which has allowed us to grow without increasing staff. The DeckerWright staff is great, and always responsive to our needs.

  • We Are Now Better Equipped!
    MSW, LCSW - Executive Director, Partnership for Children of Essex

    Our Care Management Organization relies heavily on e-mail to communicate with and assist our clients. You can imagine our concern when transitioning over 90 end users/mailboxes from our local e-mail server to Microsoft Office 365- we needed consistent e-mail flow and confidence that the material was secure. DeckerWright Corporation helped us make this transition seamless and much easier than expected. Partnership for Children of Essex County is now better equipped to help our clients, thanks to DeckerWright Corporation!

Latest Blogs

My Windows 10 Upgrade Experience

So far, I like 10. It’s a nice blend of Windows 7 (which I really like) and Windows 8/8.1 (which I really don’t like). I’m a huge fan of the Start menu and was pleased to see it return in 10; I just never could figure out the 8.1 Start screen or whatever it was. And forget about those 8.1 Charms. I found that feature far less than charming. Apps and programs open in their own dedicated windows, which means that the close, maximize, and minimize buttons aren’t hidden like they were in some 8.1 apps. The Task View button (right next to the Cortana search box in the taskbar) is a nifty feature; it’s a quick and easy way to see what’s open and switch between windows.

I bet that by now you’ve heard a few horror stories of Windows 10 upgrades gone awry (like Marshall’s). My upgrade went well, but there was one hitch: File Explorer is a little broken. For some reason, it won’t open from the Start menu or from the taskbar. File Explorer is listed on the left-hand side of the Start menu and when I click it, nothing happens. It won’t work when I try pinning it to the taskbar from there, either. Windows 10 allows users to pin programs to the Start menu, where they appear as tiles on the right side of the menu. I tried pinning File Explorer to the Start menu, but no dice.

Luckily, there are other ways I can get File Explorer to open. I can right-click the Start menu and then select File Explorer. Or, I can open the Start menu and click the right arrow next to File Explorer to expand the File Explorer menu. Having a partially-functioning File Explorer is a mild inconvenience, but that’s like someone complaining that the key fob for their Porsche isn’t working so they have to use the key.

Thanks to the wonderful invention that is the Microsoft Windows online forums, I found a (partial) solution to my issue that allows me to pin a working File Explorer link to my taskbar:

  1. Open File Explorer.
  2. Go to C:\Windows.
  3. Look for explorer.exe.
  4. Pin it to the taskbar.

If only that worked for the Start menu. But hey, it’s a step in the right direction.

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Separating the Slashes

I was on the phone with a client the other day when she asked me which slash was which. Instead of explaining which one was which, I just told her that the back slash was the one between the Backspace key and the Enter key. Then she made an association that I had never made before: the BACK slash is near the BACK space key. Mind blown. Back by Back. What a revelation. It’s much simpler than trying to determine which direction a slash is slanting. So the next time we tell you to enter a slash and you can’t figure out which one is which, just look at your keyboard and remember: Back near Back. 

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The Hotel Room Workout

  1. A beginner hotel room workout
  2. A more advanced hotel room workout
  3. An advanced hotel fitness room workout

The only things you need for the first two workouts are a little bit of floor space and motivation. The third workout is perfect if the hotel has a fitness room with some light dumbbells.

If you’re not sure how to perform an exercise, a simple Google search will return plenty of instructional how-to’s. Always use caution when performing an exercise for the first time; practice it first. Doing an exercise improperly will result in injury, either immediately or over time. Don’t do an exercise if it aggravates an existing injury; substitute another exercise. If you can’t complete the recommended number of repetitions, reduce the number to accommodate what you can do. For example, if you can’t get 20 pushups, start with 10 instead. What matters most is that you’re moving your body. 10 pushups is better than no pushups.

These workouts aren’t exclusively for travel; they’re just as effective at home. Incorporate these workouts or exercises into your daily routine. There are few better ways to start the morning than with a good workout.

Beginner Hotel Room Routine

Perform three to five rounds of the following exercises, resting no more than 30 seconds between each exercise and resting one minute between rounds:

  1. Mountain climbers: 30 seconds
  2. Body squats: 20
  3. Pushups: 20
  4. Lunges: 20 (10 each leg)
  5. Crunches: 20

Advanced Hotel Room Routine

This routine steps the basic routine up a few notches. Perform three to five rounds of the following exercises, resting no more than 30 seconds between each exercise and resting one minute between rounds:

  1. Mountain climbers: 30 seconds
  2. Pushups with arm raises: 30 (15 raises each arm)
  3. Squat with kicks: 30 (15 kicks each leg)
  4. Dive bombers: 10
  5. Lunges: 20 (10 each leg)
  6. Toe touch crunches: 20

Hotel Fitness Room Routine

This routine’s a bit more advanced and is geared toward people who work out frequently. It also requires light dumbbells and more time.

Perform three to five rounds of the following exercises, resting no more than 30 seconds between each exercise and resting one minute between rounds.

  1. Burpees: 20
  2. Run in place: 30 seconds
  3. Pushups: 30
  4. Squats with kicks: 30 (15 kicks each leg)
  5. Dumbbell bicep curls: 15
  6. Dumbbell kettlebell swings: 15
  7. Dumbbell stiff-legged deadlifts: 15
  8. Toe touch crunches: 20

Remember, always warm up and cool down after working out. As a martial artist, I’m a huge fan of stretching, and I always stretch a little both before and after my workouts. Stretching relaxes the muscles and improves blood circulation, allowing your muscles to get more of the oxygen and nutrients they need to function and grow stronger. Stretching also helps reduce the risk and severity of injury. Stiff, tight muscles are more prone to injury and take longer to heal than relaxed, elastic muscles. And don’t forget to drink plenty of water. Your body is a machine, and water is the oil that keeps it running smoothly.

The only acceptable reasons for missing workouts are injuries and illnesses. As my tae kwon do Grand Master said, “you should work out every day and all holidays, including your birthday.” So get out there and tear it up. Your body will thank you.

If you’d like more information on health and fitness, click the following links.

www.muscleandfitness.com

www.bodybuilding.com

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