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iOS 11 doesn’t have these Android features

July 5th, 2017
iOS 11 doesn’t have these Android features

The soon-to be released iOS 11 will be packed with features and enhancements, including a Files app, customizable Control Settings, and a Dock that allows users to switch between apps easily, among others. Long-time Apple users may be thrilled, but Android loyalists will likely be unmoved.

How does virtualization improve business?

July 4th, 2017
How does virtualization improve business?

Truly understanding the ins and outs of virtualization is not for the faint hearted. It’s a complicated field that is constantly evolving, but one thing remains mostly the same: its benefits. Read on for an uncomplicated recap of just a few of virtualization’s greatest advantages.

MR to be removed from Google search

July 3rd, 2017
MR to be removed from Google search

If you imagine medical records as being stored in a cabinet somewhere in your local hospital, think again. Until quite recently, medical records were publicly accessible via Google. In an effort to prevent cybercriminals from capitalizing on these resources, Google has removed sensitive medical records from appearing in search results.

Microsoft to Upgrade Office 365

June 29th, 2017
Microsoft to Upgrade Office 365

Rather than issuing updates three times a year — February, June, and October — Microsoft is slowing things down for Office 365 ProPlus. Now, users will receive updates every March and September, and here’s everything you need to know about the new ProPlus update schedule.

Windows XP receives security update

June 28th, 2017
Windows XP receives security update

Support for Windows XP ended in April 8, 2014. This means that Microsoft has stopped providing updates, security patches, and technical assistance for XP users for over three years. But despite the end of support date, Microsoft has recently released a new security fix for the outdated operating system.

Worrying evidence of poor router security

June 27th, 2017
Worrying evidence of poor router security

Adding to the list of reasons to outsource your network security to a certified IT provider, a recent CIA leak shows just how vulnerable most network routers really are. Read on to learn why this is such a big vulnerability and what you can do to fix it.

Major changes in iOS 11 and the iPad Pro

June 26th, 2017
Major changes in iOS 11 and the iPad Pro

Apple will release iOS 11 in late 2017, and users should expect to see substantial tweaks in user interface and productivity features. The changes will be most evident in the iPad Pro, which the company is positioning to be a standalone computer for enterprise users.

Office 365: Increase ROI with Power BI

June 23rd, 2017
Office 365: Increase ROI with Power BI

It’s rare that business owners have a chance to get move value out of their existing IT solutions without investing more resources in them. But with Microsoft’s latest data analytics platform, business owners can make sure they’re squeezing every last drop of productivity from Office 365, for free.

5 tips to keep the Cloud cost-efficient

June 22nd, 2017
5 tips to keep the Cloud cost-efficient

As a business owner, it’s essential that you are aware of the hidden costs associated with the Cloud and what measures you can take to keep those costs down. They might be more than what you’d normally pay for at first, but it could add up and cost you two, or even three times more than its worth.

Protect your Android mobile devices

June 20th, 2017
Protect your Android mobile devices

When personal and professional informational lives on one mobile device, the risk of malware attacks and huge data breaches rises. As the adoption of bring your own device policy increases, so should employee awareness when it comes to ever-growing cyber threats.