New tech makes it easier to break into iPhones

April 30th, 2018
New tech makes it easier to break into iPhones

Watch out iPhone users, technology that unlocks your devices is now readily available. Yes, it’s probably okay for the tech to be in the hands of law enforcement and the government, but how can you be sure they are the only ones with access? Here’s a quick rundown on how to solve this issue by shifting to a stronger passcode.

Biometrics Authentication for Mobile Devices

April 27th, 2018
Biometrics Authentication for Mobile Devices

Having to use passwords constantly can be a pain (and a high security risk) to many of us. Luckily, Chrome, Edge, and Firefox have recently agreed to support biometrics for authentication to make our social media, email, and shopping account logins easier and more secure.

How connectivity impacts mobile workers

April 25th, 2018
How connectivity impacts mobile workers

Mobile devices, such as smartphones and laptops, have changed the landscape of business organizations everywhere. Nowadays, businesses arm their workers with these devices in the field, making mobile performance and connectivity highly essential. Optimizing IT systems for mobile workers isn’t easy, but there are a few simple tricks you can try.

Android phone makers skip critical updates

April 24th, 2018
Android phone makers skip critical updates

Watch out Android users, your smartphone may not be as secure as you thought it was. A study has found that a few Android manufacturers may have accidentally skipped crucial software updates despite saying they constantly keep their products up to date.

Things you didn’t know about virtualization

April 23rd, 2018
Things you didn’t know about virtualization

In the past decade, virtualization has been considered one of the most cost-effective business solutions. It’s supposed to prevent unnecessary hardware purchases and promote effective IT management, but there are some hidden drawbacks with this technology.

Microsoft improves security in Office 365

April 19th, 2018
Microsoft improves security in Office 365

It’s becoming more and more difficult to ensure privacy and security in the applications we use today. Microsoft is well aware of the anxiety that Office 365 users face, which is why they recently introduced these new security capabilities in Outlook, OneDrive, and its apps.

Microsoft rolls out flashy Windows update

April 18th, 2018
Microsoft rolls out flashy Windows update

The Spring Creators Update for Windows 10 will begin rolling out soon, and unlike its predecessors, this one can be installed in under half an hour. It also comes with some noteworthy new features. Let’s take a tour of the most useful additions for small businesses.

What are watering hole attacks?

April 17th, 2018
What are watering hole attacks?

When talking about cyberattacks, the first one that usually comes to mind is phishing, a scam that uses email to spread malware or steal personal information. But hackers have a new method to infiltrate your systems, and it’s surprisingly effective.

Time Machine: How to back up your Mac

April 13th, 2018
Time Machine: How to back up your Mac

It is widely believed that Macs are the most trusted computers today. Unlike other computers, they don’t crash often and are better protected against viruses and other malware. But despite their outstanding qualities, Macs are still susceptible to theft, and even crashes.

Is your cloud solution going over budget?

April 12th, 2018
Is your cloud solution going over budget?

The cloud is the perfect solution for small- and medium-sized businesses like yours. For a small monthly fee, you get access to cutting-edge technologies and 24/7 support from a team of cloud experts. But without proper management, cloud costs can quickly go over your budget.