Between incoming and outgoing messages, your email can become a chaotic disaster in the matter of hours. Luckily, once you know how to set up rules in Outlook, your inbox will basically take care of itself.
On October 4, the Google Pixel 2 and Pixel 2 XL were officially announced, although there were several leaks beforehand. Here’s what you should expect from the new version of Google’s flagship smartphone.
Two factor authentication, also known as 2FA, is absolutely one of the best ways to protect your online accounts from hackers. However, since there are three main authentication methods, many people are left wondering: is it best to use an app, email or SMS message as an authentication factor?
When small businesses are targeted by cyberattacks, the results are catastrophic. Lost revenue, broken technology and a tarnished brand reputation can cause irreparable harm to even the most thriving companies. That’s why more and more business owners are entrusting their cybersecurity measures to a managed services provider.
Android Oreo was officially unveiled on August 23, and is expected to be available on most Android-friendly devices by February 2018. As with past Android updates, Oreo has been met with mixed reactions by users. If it’s not yet available on your device to test for yourself, read this blog to learn about some of the best new Android Oreo features.
Anyone researching technology solutions for their business has certainly encountered tons of information about “the cloud.” It sounds like a lofty, complicated tech term, but in reality, cloud services are rather easy to understand.
Adobe Flash, the software that once provided the best way to run animations on the internet, is nearing its final days. After several subtle indications over the last few years that the end was near, Adobe itself has finally announced plans to cease its distribution. Here’s what you need to know about Adobe Flash end-of-life.
Maintaining effective communications, particularly email, is obviously important for operations at your business. That said, it’s time to differentiate between webmail and desktop to figure out the best email client for your company.
Of all the common cyberattacks we see, phishing is perhaps the most dangerous because there is no single, foolproof way to prevent it. Rather than ask, “What is phishing?” after you’ve already fallen victim, learn to stay ahead of the hackers.
A slow, unorganized computer is undoubtedly one of the most frustrating things to deal with in both your personal or professional life. We understand that, so we’d like to share with you some top tips for optimizing your machine, straight from a computer service expert.