Critical Windows security updates from Microsoft

August 31st, 2017
Critical Windows security updates from Microsoft

Earlier this month, Microsoft released a patch that includes several security enhancements and addresses 48 vulnerabilities for all supported versions of Windows. If you’re not in the habit of installing security patches when they come out, now’s a good time to start. Let’s take a look at August’s updates and the issues they address. Windows […]

New Locky ransomware: what you need to know

August 30th, 2017
New Locky ransomware: what you need to know

In 2016, the Locky ransomware infected millions of users with a Microsoft Word file. It was eventually contained, and cyber security firms have since created protections to detect and block previous Locky variants. However, a similar malware is currently spreading worldwide and has so far infected tens of thousands of computers. Quick facts According to […]

Spyware has been infecting Macs for years

August 29th, 2017
Spyware has been infecting Macs for years

While Macs have a reputation for being more secure than Windows PCs, they are far from immune. Over the past decade, a piece of malware designed to spy on its victims’ computers has remained unnoticed until quite recently. What’s worse is that security experts are still unsure about how the malware gets into Mac computers. […]

How Amazon AppStream 2.0 can help businesses

August 28th, 2017
How Amazon AppStream 2.0 can help businesses

Today’s workforce is no longer confined to office walls. People work from home, while they’re commuting to and from work, and even on vacation. This is made possible thanks to remote access solutions, and Amazon’s powerful web features. Here’s what you need to know about this powerful application streaming service. What is it? Initially released […]

Surf the net with Microsoft Edge

August 25th, 2017
Surf the net with Microsoft Edge

People prefer one web browser over another for all kinds of reasons, including ease of use, applications, security and of course, performance. If you’ve recently downloaded Windows 10, there’s a new browser on the block: Microsoft Edge. Here are some nifty features you may find useful. Import favorites You can easily import the list of […]

What to do with your dinosaur PC?

August 24th, 2017
What to do with your dinosaur PC?

When smartphones first outsold PCs in 2010, people no longer have to put up with slow and bulky computers to do business. This comes as no surprise why many stashed their aged PCs away. But there are ways to breathe new life into your ancient laptop and computer, so if you haven’t trashed them, it’s […]

How fulfilling is Android’s new Oreo

August 23rd, 2017
How fulfilling is Android’s new Oreo

Google’s Android updates are among the most anticipated events for smartphone users every year. Each major update promises to be slicker, faster, and more secure than the previous version, and 2017 is no different. With Android Oreo, smartphone and tablet users have a lot to be excited about. Picture-in-picture mode First of all, picture-in-picture mode […]

Office 365 gets a slew of new upgrades

August 18th, 2017
Office 365 gets a slew of new upgrades

There’s a good reason why businesses like Office 365: It’s a feature-rich productivity suite that gets plenty of upgrades throughout the year. Last month, Microsoft announced four new upgrades that will make the cloud platform even more irresistible for small- and medium-sized businesses. Microsoft Connections Email marketing campaigns are a great way to build relationships […]

Useful business features in Windows 10

August 17th, 2017
Useful business features in Windows 10

The Windows Fall Creators Update released in April introduced many useful and interesting features, including a decluttered Start menu, more control over Windows updates, and an enhanced Microsoft Edge browser. Five months later, Microsoft follows up on all those enhancements with a new set of features. Here’s everything business users should get excited about. Files […]

Black and white: Not all hackers are bad

August 16th, 2017
Black and white: Not all hackers are bad

When a cyber security researcher stopped the spread of WannaCry, the headlines praised him as a savior. But just a few short months later he was in handcuffs for allegedly creating a piece of malware that steals banking information. Even if he is innocent, it’s important to understand the difference between white hat, black hat […]