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Windows 10 Set To Say Goodbye To Passwords

Passwords everywhere, with every system, with every account you have. You forget your passwords, or they are weak passwords that are easily picked off. Your company’s IT department spends countless hours retrieving ...

The Dangers of Ransomware: Cryptowall 3.0

Ransomware is a type of malware that infects your computer and encrypts your data until you actually pay to have it removed. The first sign of trouble is usually some sort of ...

DDoS Attacks Remain Popular

Distributed Denial of Service (DDoS) attacks have been around for a while, but since the turn of the millennia we have seen an increasing use of DDoS attacks that target large corporations, ...

Ways Small Business Can Leverage Big Data

Big data can often seem daunting to many small and medium-sized businesses, but by utilizing it most SMBs stand a great deal to gain. Unfortunately, many businesses today are missing out on ...

Five categories of Business Applications You Should Be Using

There is a world of applications out there and they’re all claiming to be the next big thing for your business. You may have been tempted to go hog-wild in the app ...

Is Microsoft Office For Tablets Fit Your Business?

Microsoft recently made available, for free, its core applications of its flagship Office Suite product – Word, Excel, and PowerPoint – to tablet users. There are a number of reasons Microsoft went ...

Conference Room Technology That Makes Meetings Rock

Getting a group together in the office conference room is a great way to interact face to face, perfect for some team building and catching up. Although these are laudable outcomes, at ...

Properly Secure Android Devices Before Using Them In Your Business

Mobile phones play an ever-increasing role in the operations of businesses. Not just for communication any more, smartphones are used to access data; to record video, audio, and still images and play ...

Windows 10 New Features to Make Enterprises Fall in Love

With Windows 10 slated to be released in a few short months, many businesses are wondering if they should upgrade to the newest version or stick with their current Windows environment. ...

Do You Have A Cloud Disaster Recovery Plan?

Disaster recovery plans have been around long before the creation of the cloud. Back in the days of early personal computing, paper was the main source of data storage that companies depended ...

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