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.
Cloud computing and cloud storage aren’t new concepts. However, it’s becoming clearer every day that the cloud will be relied upon even more heavily in the future. Here’s how.
Cyber threats evolve constantly, and each new threat is often more grave than the last. In this blog, we’ll break down a few of the top cyber security risks we are likely see in 2019.
Introduced in 2016, Microsoft Teams now comes standard with most Office 365 subscriptions. In order to communicate and collaborate more effectively, familiarize yourself with these awesome Microsoft Teams features.
Hackers have done a pretty good job at impersonating DocuSign, a leading electronic signature company that many businesses rely on. Learn how to recognize and fight a recent DocuSign scam email that has already claimed thousands of victims.
Technology in the workplace is all about increasing productivity and empowering employees to work smarter, not harder. These productivity and collaboration apps can help your team do just that in 2019 and beyond.
The cyber security industry changes constantly, especially as hacking and malware threats become stronger and more dangerous. With the year winding down, let’s look ahead at some cyber security trends we expect to see in 2019.
It’s virtually impossible for companies to do business without word processors and spreadsheets. Microsoft Office 365 is the most popular of all, but some business owners are turned off by its price. In our opinion, most of the time, it’s worth it. Let’s break down some of the key features of Microsoft Office 365.
With so much interactive technology that can truly streamline the way we work and collaborate with one another, businesses are able to literally transform their office spaces to spur productivity. These items will be key pieces of smart offices in the future.
Most people understand that cyberattacks are often conducted via email. However, few actually know how to successfully recognize common types of spoof emails. In this blog, we’ll break down a couple of examples.