A brief history of virtual quarantines

April 28th, 2017
A brief history of virtual quarantines

Malware is becoming more sophisticated every day, and we recommend several solutions for dealing with it. One of the most interesting of these is achievable via cutting-edge virtualization technology. Often referred to as sandboxing, this solution is a great way to quarantine and test suspicious applications before exposing them to your entire network.

Why you need to update Microsoft Word

April 26th, 2017
Why you need to update Microsoft Word

Microsoft Word is a staple business application. But since so many people use it on a daily basis, hackers work tirelessly to expose and exploit flaws in the system. In fact, cybercriminals stumbled upon a Word vulnerability that puts your sensitive data at risk.

Windows 10 Creators Update: new features

April 25th, 2017
Windows 10 Creators Update: new features

Instead of an outright operating system update, Microsoft is now releasing named updates that come with enhancements and other features that individual users and businesses should get excited about. Its latest, Creators Update on Windows 10, includes new design touches and a handful of productivity features.

Sly phishing attack catching users off guard

April 24th, 2017
Sly phishing attack catching users off guard

You pay close enough attention to the links you click to avoid clicking on something like goolge.com or evrenote.com…right? Because if you’re not, you could end up exposing your computer or smartphone to a host of malware. The newest phishing attack strategy is the worst of all, and can catch even the most astute users off guard.

New Mac Pro speculations

April 21st, 2017
New Mac Pro speculations

Since 2013 when the current Mac Pro model was released, nothing has been confirmed regarding the progeny of the high-end workstation, until now. When will the new Mac Pro be released? What can you expect under the hood? How much will it cost? We answer all that and more.

Reasons to back up your mobile devices

April 20th, 2017
Reasons to back up your mobile devices

It makes a lot of sense for electronics firms to pack a variety of functions into mobile devices and expand their usefulness. Instead of confining their use to communications, companies such as Apple, Samsung, and others have turned mobile phones into mini-computers that can serve as a substitute for your laptop, or as a storage device.

Manage your WordPress with this checklist

April 19th, 2017
Manage your WordPress with this checklist

WordPress is one of the most powerful blogging and content management systems (CMS) to date. Since it powers approximately 27% of all websites, there’s no room for sluggish load times, potential security vulnerabilities, or search engine delistings.

3 Ways to move contacts to a new Android phone

April 14th, 2017
3 Ways to move contacts to a new Android phone

Migrating information from an old Android phone to a new one may be one of the least exciting tasks of buying a new gadget, but it’s usually the most crucial as well. Fortunately, Google has made it incredibly simple to move information from one phone to another.

Play with a live virtualized desktop today!

April 13th, 2017
Play with a live virtualized desktop today!

Whether or not you understand virtualization, there’s a good chance you’ve never had a hands-on experience with a virtualized desktop. As one of the most basic applications of virtualization technology, network-based desktops are the perfect example of how businesses can benefit from any form of virtualization.

Docs.com shares users’ sensitive files

April 11th, 2017
Docs.com shares users’ sensitive files

Have you recently created and uploaded a Microsoft file on Microsoft’s free document-sharing platform, docs.com? Did you know that other than yourself and the small group of people you wish to share documents with, your uploaded documents can be publicly viewed and searched via Google or Bing? Regardless of your reasons for using docs.