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Wikileaks’ charges of government spying

April 6th, 2017
Wikileaks’ charges of government spying

Staving off malicious cyber attackers is already a herculean task, so the last thing you need is to feel exposed from a totally new angle. That’s how many felt after Wikileaks’ accusations that the US government was spying on its citizens. However, the truth is a lot different from what the headlines would have you believe.

Why you should upgrade to iOS 10.3

April 5th, 2017
Why you should upgrade to iOS 10.3

Apple is constantly looking for ways to improve user experience in their iPhone, iPad, and iPod Touch devices. And while some updates get lost in the crowd, the iOS 10.3 is an update you can’t miss. The update, which took over seven beta versions to develop, offers bug fixes and new features, including:

Find my AirPods
Since the new wireless headphones are so small and easy to misplace, Apple released the Find my AirPods feature.

Boost user productivity with MyAnalytics

April 4th, 2017
Boost user productivity with MyAnalytics

Machine learning is all the rage nowadays, and few vendors are providing as many solutions powered by this new technology as is Microsoft. In its latest release, Office 365 includes “intelligent” functionality for analyzing your employee’s time and coaching them on how to use it more efficiently.

The rising popularity of telemedicine

April 3rd, 2017
The rising popularity of telemedicine

Administering medical care electronically makes a lot of sense. It’s a practical way for patients to receive care and for doctors to provide it. Advances in telemedicine, a type of medical practice that takes place without the doctor and patient sharing the same physical space, is increasing in popularity, and rightly so.

Chrome 57 comes with some serious upgrades

March 31st, 2017
Chrome 57 comes with some serious upgrades

More than half of all internet users browse the web with Google’s Chrome browser. So when a new version is released, that’s a pretty big deal. And even by Chrome standards, the most recent improvements make some big changes. Three upgrades stand out in particular.

Four noteworthy Nougat 7.0 features

March 29th, 2017
Four noteworthy Nougat 7.0 features

For Android users, not only does a new operating system entail a new, confectionary-inspired name, but also a handful of features to look out for — case in point, Android 7.0 Nougat. Even better, older smartphone users can expect to enjoy it too, thus revoking Google Pixel of its exclusive privilege.

Virtualization giants are pairing up

March 28th, 2017

For companies trying to create employee desktops stored on a server and delivered over the internet, security and optimization often entail a mess of vendors, settings, and updates. Thankfully, two of the biggest names in the industry just announced a partnership that aims to simplify the whole process.

Microsoft Teams is updated and ready

March 24th, 2017
Microsoft Teams is updated and ready

Prior to the release of Microsoft’s version of Slack — a popular cloud-based team collaboration tool –, Microsoft Teams received a major update that might have given it the competitive edge. Enhanced communications aren’t the only way productivity will be driven; take your business to greater heights with these new features.

Disable Microsoft’s new desktop ads

March 23rd, 2017
Disable Microsoft’s new desktop ads

Digital advertisements are ubiquitous across the internet. And just as users started to come to terms with that, Microsoft has taken ads one step further. The Windows File Explorer has begun to show ads for services like O365 and OneDrive, and if you’re wondering how to disable them, this article is for you.

No Ransom: a place for free decryption

March 22nd, 2017
No Ransom: a place for free decryption

Although a ransomware infection might feel targeted, you’re not the only one who’s been infected. Ransomware is spreading at an alarming rate, but the further it goes, the more resources are allocated to fighting it. If your data is held hostage, always check these lists for free decryptors first.