Virtual desktops allow employees to access their work computers remotely. They essentially store the company operating system and data on a network that can be accessed from anywhere, on any device. As you might have guessed, this can be extremely beneficial for businesses.
Understanding how to schedule an email in Outlook is a nifty trick, and it’s certainly better than scrambling to unsend an email you meant to send later. This guide explains exactly how to do so for Microsoft Outlook 365, 2019, 2016, 2013 and 2010.
Whether it’s a cyberattack or a natural disaster, no company can consider their network or data center to be 100 percent secure. Having a comprehensive disaster recovery plan in place can help ensure business continuity if a catastrophe occurs.
In the age of ransomware attacks and other data breaches, securing your network is more important than ever—and that includes Wi-Fi. Watch out for these common router attacks that can put a company offline relatively easily.
With more and more employees using devices to connect to the company network remotely, endpoint security has become increasingly important. Read along to understand what it is, and why it’s vital for companies of all sizes to invest in it.
It’s a good practice to use a complex, unique password for every account you have. The problem is, it’s nearly impossible to remember so many different login credentials. The solution is using a password manager to store all of them.
Voice phishing attacks are similar to phishing attacks—they trick you into giving sensitive information to criminals. However, most phishing attacks are carried out using the internet. Voice phishing scams are done over the phone. Here’s what to look out for.
Windows 10 has been around for quite some time, but due to the popularity of Windows 7, many people are only just adopting Microsoft’s latest operating system now. If you’re one of these new users, this list of Windows 10 tips will come in handy.
No organization is truly safe from cyberattacks. Even the most comprehensive cyber security strategies with state-of-the-art software falter from time to time. An incident response plan is necessary for those occasions.
Windows XP reached end of life in 2014, meaning Microsoft stopped issuing critical security updates for it. However, that hasn’t stopped people from using it. Hackers have been exploiting it like crazy ever since, which urged Microsoft to issue an emergency Windows XP patch recently. Here’s why that doesn’t mean it’s safe to start using…