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Exciting updates from Microsoft’s conference

October 20th, 2017
Exciting updates from Microsoft’s conference

In Microsoft’s latest conference, the company has launched brand new software bundles together with bargain-priced Windows devices for schools and businesses; but announced that Skype for Business has seen its day and will no longer be supported. Read on for more details.

Your passwords are not secure

October 19th, 2017
Your passwords are not secure

A password policy designed for federal agencies must be secure, right? Surprisingly, that hasn’t been the case according to the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST). On the hook for the password best practices that we still use today — the combination of letters, capitalizations, and numbers — NIST admits that the existing guidelines were misguided.

New vulnerability discovered in High Sierra

October 18th, 2017
New vulnerability discovered in High Sierra

The macOS operating system has a reputation for being impervious to security risks, but according to recent news, that’s not always the case. In High Sierra, even someone with zero IT experience can steal your password. Here’s how to stop them.

What is the bug?

The vulnerability pertains to sweeping changes in how macOS stores files.

5 computer tips that add hours to your day

October 17th, 2017
5 computer tips that add hours to your day

There are only so many hours in the workday, so making the most of your time is vital. If distracting websites, unorganized files, and cluttered inboxes prevent you from getting work done, consider using these tips to better manage your time and stay productive at work.

Why you shouldn’t write off Firefox

October 13th, 2017
Why you shouldn’t write off Firefox

Mozilla, the creator of Firefox, has spent some time and energy on projects that ended up going nowhere. But this time , they seem to have found their focus. No, it’s not on their built-in video chat service or mobile phone OS, but rather something that should’ve been obvious to them, their most successful product, Firefox.

Virtualization vendors work together

October 10th, 2017
Virtualization vendors work together

Until recently, business owners had to choose between cloud-based virtualization and on-premises virtualization. Although implementing either option from scratch was affordable, moving an existing on-premises setup into the cloud was expensive. Thankfully, two of the biggest virtualization vendors are working together to make this problem a thing of the past.

Hidden Android O features you should use

October 9th, 2017
Hidden Android O features you should use

Did you know that you can snooze notifications in your Android devices? That’s right, you can snooze not just your alarm but also notifications across all your devices so you can concentrate on more pressing tasks at hand. Here are several other little-used features in Android Oreo that can help you work smarter.

How to avoid entrepreneurial hackers

October 6th, 2017
How to avoid entrepreneurial hackers

Another Windows security vulnerability has been released, and it looks as though it will be only a few weeks before the next one arrives. How do we know this? Because a group of hackers are openly selling their secrets to whoever will pay. Read on to learn how to protect yourself from this dangerous group of cyber criminals.

Office 365’s web app launcher gets an update

October 5th, 2017
Office 365’s web app launcher gets an update

Even with all the productivity tools available within Office 365, using several apps at once is not always easy. With Microsoft’s new web app launcher, that’s about to change. It includes a cleaner interface and some small yet functional changes, which gives users a more organized and less cluttered Office 365 environment.

Equifax sheds light on incident response

October 3rd, 2017
Equifax sheds light on incident response

What would you do right now if you discover that your business’s database is hacked and a huge number of your customers’ data gets leaked? Speechless, with dismay, but you need to act, decently. In this case, it helps to have a good incident response plan in place, so your business won’t suffer the same fate as Equifax, which is an interesting story we’re about to tell.