Compass Computing Group Is Here For You 24/7

Why Break/Fix Is More Expensive Than Managed Services Managed service providers (MSP) like Compass Computing Group take on 24/7 responsibility for monitoring and maintaining your computer network. They aren’t combing logs to find the reason that a server or PC crashed — they spot the problem when it starts and begin repairs immediately. Managed service […]

Refer Two, It’s Free For You!

2017 MEMBERSHIP DRIVE – RUNS APRIL 1 – MAY 31, 2017 Sign up TWO businesses of equal or great value to your membership and receive your next year’s membership for FREE! Sign up ONE new member during the Membership Drive and you will earn a $25 Chamber Credit you can use towards a Chamber event. […]

Tualatin Industries Receive Awards

Clean Water Services honored local industries at the fourth annual Industrial Partners Pretreatment Awards ceremony on April 5, 2017. Forty Washington County industries demonstrated dedication to water resources by completing 2016 with a perfect compliance record, including these awardees from Tualatin: · Anthro Corporation · Cal Weld · Columbia Corrugated Box · Fujimi · Lam […]

2017 Legislative Report – Week 10

Dear OSCC Members and Colleagues – So much for big deadlines. The first major deadline produced almost no changes to OSCC’s outlook for the week. All bills needed to be scheduled for a vote in their original committee by Friday, April 7th. Nearly every single bad bill was scheduled. Almost nothing fell off of our […]

New Information for W-2 Scam Victims

The IRS has established a process that will allow businesses and payroll service providers to quickly report any data losses related to the W2 scam currently making the rounds. See details at Form W2/SSN Data Theft: Information for Businesses and Payroll Service Providers. If notified in time, the IRS can take steps to prevent employees […]

2017 Legislative Report – Week 9

Dear OSCC Members and Colleagues – The next 2 ½ weeks are traditionally among the most important of the legislative session. This is where we start to see bills formally die, which means OSCC can focus on areas of most importance during the second half of the session. All bills must be scheduled for a vote […]