How Outlook’s update Improves User Experience

October 31st, 2016
How Outlook’s update Improves User Experience

When it comes to the communications tools you use in your business, there may be many opportunities to improve the process that you have not yet explored. Microsoft Outlook has made improving your use of communications technology even easier with its latest changes and updates.

Malware hits more than 3,000 Android apps

October 28th, 2016
Malware hits more than 3,000 Android apps

There is a new threat to Android users that has many customers racing to their closest IT security firm. The malware, from the DressCode family, makes a subtle entrance through Android apps and then branches off to attack your most sensitive files. Here is more information on the vicious DressCode malware and how you can safeguard your computer from infiltration.

Microsoft releases patches for Windows 10

October 27th, 2016
Microsoft releases patches for Windows 10

Windows 10 may be widely regarded as a massive improvement on Windows 8, but Microsoft’s latest operating system has its share of imperfections as well. Fortunately, Microsoft has issued important patches to remedy security vulnerabilities, problems with the Windows store crashing, and a myriad of other issues.

Understanding virtualization containers

October 26th, 2016
Understanding virtualization containers

The evolution of software containers has changed the way virtual computing is realized. It has diminished the risks of malware and the trouble of portability by allowing software vendors to package their products into virtual containers that can run from any desktop machine, regardless of hardware of operating system.

Is two-step authentication the only way?

October 25th, 2016
Is two-step authentication the only way?

With all the recent hacking scares all over the world, you know and understand that your cyber security and your business’s cyber security are extremely important. However, when it comes to authentication processes, you may not be sure what the real deal is.

Apple is set to improve cloud applications

October 20th, 2016
Apple is set to improve cloud applications

The process of moving particular elements of the iTunes Store, Siri and Apple News to a secretive service known only as Pie has already begun, with more services such as iCloud and Project McQueen getting the same treatment in the coming years. Apple has said that bringing these teams together can improve its current cloud services, and ultimately, benefit customers.

The benefits of internet monitoring

October 19th, 2016
The benefits of internet monitoring

The internet is constantly tempting us. There’s an endless collection of funny cat videos, memes, and social media statuses to consume. Sure, the occasional three-minute YouTube video never hurt anyone, but if employees waste hours of their working day on these websites, that’s a problem.

Benefits of upgrading to an iPhone 7

October 18th, 2016
Benefits of upgrading to an iPhone 7

Upgrading to the new iPhone 7 has several benefits and features that are obviously not available in the older versions. After Apple released their latest flagship smartphone, much of the talk revolved around the absence of the headphone jack. Although the iPhone 7 is a minor upgrade of iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, buyers will enjoy several benefits.

O365’s newest machine learning functions

October 14th, 2016
O365’s newest machine learning functions

Everyone has heard of machine learning, but not everyone knows exactly what it is. Although it’s extremely complicated, it can be summed up thusly: breaking human habits and actions into specific, analyzable data to create better software-based suggestions.

Ditch your wallet for Android Pay

October 13th, 2016
Ditch your wallet for Android Pay

Sci-fi movies have predicted a lot of modern technology, the touchscreens of Minority Report, the virtual reality headsets of Back to the Future, you name it. But for some reason, no matter how far into the future we go, everyone still has cash. There’s something visceral about Harrison Ford pulling out his wallet and showing his badge in Bladerunner, despite virtually every surface around him being a digital display.