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Spiced up security features on Android Oreo

November 10th, 2017
Spiced up security features on Android Oreo

There’s plenty to get excited about in Android 8.0: improved auto-fill functionality, picture-in-picture capability, greater notification control, and plenty more. While these features are all-impressive, Android has also included a number of significant security enhancements that you shouldn’t miss.

Is serverless computing as good as it sounds?

November 9th, 2017
Is serverless computing as good as it sounds?

The next big thing in cloud computing is capturing small-business owners’ attention, and it’s easy to see why. Even after migrating to the cloud, businesses are still forced to deal with configuring and maintaining servers; it’s just done over the internet.

New Office attack method puts users in danger

November 7th, 2017
New Office attack method puts users in danger

From cloud hacks to malicious macros, hackers are becoming more creative in how they breach Microsoft Office. And although Microsoft releases security patches as soon as vulnerabilities are discovered, there’s a new hacking technique that allows cybercriminals to slip past traditional threat detection tools.

Mobile devices and healthcare businesses

November 6th, 2017
Mobile devices and healthcare businesses

Data security and compliance need to be high on the list of any healthcare organization’s priorities. Do you have security measures in place to protect your patient data? Is your practice compliant with the HIPAA regulation? If you answered “no” to any of these questions, this article is a must-read.

Follow Me: Windows 10 Cortana enhancements

November 3rd, 2017
Follow Me: Windows 10 Cortana enhancements

Windows 10 users heavily rely on the Tips and Get Started features to assist them. Good news could be coming their way with a possible launch of a Cortana-guided feature called ‘Follow Me.’ Should ‘Follow Me’ become a reality, users will benefit from more thorough assistance.

Hackers KRACK WiFi security

November 2nd, 2017
Hackers KRACK WiFi security

For ages, most people assumed that setting a strong password on their WiFi router was enough to prevent cyberattacks, but recent events prove otherwise. Two Belgian security analysts have found a serious weakness in WiFi networks, called KRACK, that puts your wireless devices in danger.

Apple Pay Apple Pay: Safe and secure transactions

November 1st, 2017
Apple Pay Apple Pay: Safe and secure transactions

It was only a matter of time before our smartphones replaced our wallets. There are several mobile payment systems available today, but Apple Pay is one of the safest and easiest to use for small businesses. Read on for more details on why you should consider it.

Cisco to predict IT failures using AI

October 31st, 2017
Cisco to predict IT failures using AI

Mark Zuckerberg and Elon Musk are not the only ones dabbling with AI and machine learning. According to Cisco, these technologies might be key to the future of IT system management and business continuity, both of which have grown increasingly complex over the years.

Dropbox introduces Smart Sync and Showcase

October 30th, 2017
Dropbox introduces Smart Sync and Showcase

Stop transferring files from your full local hard disk and start working — this seems to be Dropbox’s new tagline for its newly launched feature, Smart Sync. It promises to rid you of the constant worry of limited disk space. Read on to learn more.

Android users welcome Microsoft Edge

October 26th, 2017
Android users welcome Microsoft Edge

Have you ever been glued to a long, interesting article on your mobile device? You then arrive home, turn on your PC or laptop, and want to continue reading the article. What’s the quickest way to transition? Microsoft’s Edge browser has a pretty cool solution.