Patches are a critically important aspect of your technology. As a result, you need to be sure that yours are managed properly. Below are a few tips to optimize your patch management processes.
We’ve all caught the obvious spam email, like the message that is clearly bogus, or the offer that is definitely too good to be true.
We’re going to confidently assume none of our readers are getting tricked by Nigerian Princes or getting roped into order virility drugs from an unsolicited email. The real threat comes from the more clever phishing attacks. Let’s take a look.
Microsoft Windows has been a staple of modern computing, with each title in the series offering more innovative features. When it comes time to retire one of their operating systems, it can be troublesome for businesses. This coming January, two of the most utilized versions of the Windows OS - Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 R2 - will be losing support, effectively ending their viability. Businesses that still use these will have to come up with a plan for how they are going to proceed once Microsoft retires that software.
Windows 10 is a remarkable tool. Having said this, it can sometimes seem to slow to a crawl… not the ideal situation when you’re trying to be productive. That’s why we’re devoting this week’s tip to speeding up Windows 10.
Technology can go a long way toward helping businesses be more productive with their time, but only if the solutions implemented are right and proper for your organization. We’ll discuss three services that you can provide for your business that can maximize productivity with technology solutions.
Data is an asset, there’s no getting around this fact. Therefore, your business needs to consider it important enough to protect with a data backup and disaster recovery solution, as even something unlikely, like a natural disaster or hacking attack, could place your organization in peril. We’re going to take a look at some of the different kinds of data backup and disaster recovery you can expect to see, as well as four terms that you should understand.
We get asked, on a fairly regular basis, “What is the best way to protect my business from the various threats in cyberspace?” The answer really sounds more complex than it actually is. To protect your business in the threat landscape of today, you need a multi-layered approach to security.
Those of us who work in the Technology industry realize that, given even the slightest opportunity and a little time, those who would do us harm can perform their evil deeds with catastrophic results. It seems like every other day there is some sort of headline about a security compromise or client data that has been illegally accessed. Those headlines do not provide a fair representation of the damage caused to small businesses or individuals. In some cases, while the breach may be more significant for larger companies, the little guys often suffer the most when trying to recover from a malicious attack, where corporate data has been stolen or encrypted. In fact, statistics indicate that more than 75% of small businesses that were breached and lost their data were unable to recover.
There is little that is more satisfying than obtaining a new phone. However, this sense of satisfaction is often undermined by the need to get your applications and data to ensure that your new device has everything you normally use installed. For this week’s tip, we’ll go over a method of making this process easier on an Android phone.
Would you just give your bank account information to anyone who called you up and asked for it? Probably not. For the same reason, you wouldn’t just download attachments from your email messages without a second thought. This can be a dangerous practice, as some of the most common threats nowadays spread themselves via unwanted email attachments. It’s important that you can identify when it’s the right time to download an attachment, and when it’s best to just leave it be without exposing your business to unnecessary risk.