If you want to cut costs on IT hardware, don’t settle for cheap but old or low-quality machines. They’ll likely offer subpar performance, which will hurt your team’s productivity. What’s worse, they’ll likely break down often, too, which means the money you initially saved will go to repairs and upgrades.
In April 2020, Microsoft launched Microsoft 365, the successor to its popular Office 365. But it’s not a mere name change. The tech giant is also introducing improvements to its productivity software that will enhance how your business deals with cyberthreats every day.
There was a time when Microsoft Office was the office suite preferred by most businesses. Rivals such as Lotus SmartSuite and WordPerfect Office faded into obscurity and Microsoft Office seemed set to rule the business world. Then in 2006, Google released Apps Suite, which contained Docs, Spreadsheets, and other business services that would later be rebranded as G Suite.
Almost everyone in the world browses the internet every day. People look up information, shop, chat with friends, or just pass the time by surfing the web. Internet browsing has become second nature to us that we often forget one thing: checking our address bar for an “S” after the “HTTP” prefix.
The COVID-19 pandemic and the sweeping shutdowns to contain the spread of the virus brought about significant impacts on businesses. Many small companies realized they lacked the resources to rapidly adopt a remote work setup and tapped their IT partners to help address their technology demands.
A team of researchers at the security solutions company ESET discovered a security vulnerability in devices that run on Broadcom and Cypress Wi-Fi chips — two of the world's most popular Wi-Fi chipsets. Called “Kr00K” and tracked as CVE-2019-15126, this vulnerability is said to affect billions of devices, including laptops, tablets, smartphones, routers, and Internet of Things (IoT) devices.
Today, many small- to medium-sized businesses (SMBs) are embracing technology for their daily operations, with computers becoming the most important equipment they use to run their business. Keeping them in tip-top condition will ensure optimum performance for a long time.
Security researchers have discovered a new Android malware called DEFENSOR ID that snuck its way into the Google Play Store. Forensic analysis shows that the malware takes advantage of an Android device’s Accessibility Services to infiltrate the system and cause damage without being detected.
Have you ever received an email claiming to be from your bank telling you that your account has been compromised and you need to verify your identity by clicking on a link? Chances are that was a phishing email from cybercriminals who want to steal your information.
More and more people are working from home these days, which means a fast, reliable home Wi-Fi connection is more important than ever. If all the Wi-Fi boosting tips you’ve seen on the internet have been to no avail, it’s probably time to take a look at the hardware you’re using.