Thanks to ever-evolving threats, cyber security is an ever-evolving industry. New and improved software and defense methods are constantly being created to keep businesses and individuals alike protected from the bad guys. Read up on these 2020 cyber security trends to make sure you’re up to speed.
Information technology costs can eat up a huge chunk of any company’s budgets, and it can be extremely difficult to find ways to lower them. So many IT expenses seem to be fixed, and it’s not easy to find alternatives. In this blog, we’ll detail a few actionable IT cost reduction strategies.
Wi-Fi 6 is scheduled for release in 2019. The first questions that arise after hearing this are probably “what is Wi-Fi 6, and what does it mean for my business?” In this blog, we’ll answer those questions.
Phishing is a highly-effective cyberattack, which has led hackers to use it more and more over the last few years. Learn how to recognize common phishing emails so you can avoid them at all costs.
“Managed service provider” is a generic term that gets thrown around a lot, but isn’t always explained as thoroughly as it should be. In this blog, we’ll provide a few examples of things managed services providers do in order to clarify.
The amount of money that consumers spend online has been steadily growing each year. There’s often a dramatic increase each November and December—the beginning of holiday shopping season. Watch out for these common holiday cyberattacks, which can target individuals and businesses alike.
Most laptops have relatively long battery life at first. However, after a few years of usage, the battery typically begins to die more quickly. In this blog, we’ll detail a few simple ways to help extend laptop battery life.
Ransomware is one of the scariest cyberattacks to deal with. Typically, a big, alarming message pops up on your computer, alerting you that all of your files have been locked and will be permanently deleted unless you pay a ransom. In this blog, we’ll discuss whether or not to pay ransomware.
Out of office messages, also known as automatic replies, allow you to send automated messages to anyone who emails you while you’re out of the office. Here’s how to set up an out of office message in Outlook.
Microsoft recently discovered a new strain of fileless malware that essentially hijacks PCs and turns them into hubs for carrying out further malicious activity. Here’s what we know about Nodersok malware so far.