Microsoft Office 365 is one of the most powerful, productive applications for most businesses. With Outlook, Word, Excel and more, it has just about every program a business could possibly need. However, as amazing as it is, it’s still absolutely critical to conduct Microsoft Office 365 backup regularly.
Traditional, run-of-the-mill malware usually makes its way onto a victim’s computer via the download of an infected file. However, that’s not always the case. Fileless malware attacks use tools that are already on your computer to carry out attacks. Here’s what you need to know.
As tempting as it might be to simply close out of those annoying software update popups that seem to appear every few minutes, there are a few reasons you shouldn’t. Whether these popups are coming up on your phone, your tablet or your desktop, here’s why you shouldn’t ignore them.
Microsoft Chromium Edge is simply Microsoft Edge built on Chromium, the same engine that powers Google Chrome. At the moment, it’s in development phase, but a more stable version will be available soon. It could become your new favorite browser of choice, so you might consider switching over from the default version of Microsoft Edge.
Office relocations tend to go best when the project is thoroughly planned and organized. Use this list of office relocation tips to help your move go a bit more smoothly.
Just like Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008, the Microsoft Exchange 2010 end of life date has been set at January 14, 2020. Here’s what you need to know about this date and what you can do to prepare for it.
Searching for “IT companies near me” yields a long list of businesses. However, determining which is best for your company takes a bit of research.
The Windows Server 2008 End of Life date has been set at January 14, 2020. Learn what that means for you and your company, and what you can do about it.
Webroot is one of the best cyber security solutions available on the market today. In this blog, we’ll briefly discuss how to use a few Webroot features so the average computer user can keep their personal information and their company’s data secure.
An unfortunately clever new form of ransomware uses a PayPal phishing page in an attempt to steal your credit card information. Learn about this cyberattack to recognize it and avoid being scammed by it.