According to NetMarketShare’s September 2018 data, 40.88% of users are still using Windows 7. The popular operating system (OS) is currently on extended support, but only until January 14, 2020. For Windows 10, the support clock runs out sooner than you might expect.
While many IT providers tout the revolutionary benefits of the cloud, very few address the security aspect of it. The fact is, when you’re using a cloud service, you’re moving information out of your hands and into a third party. So doesn’t it make sense to take precautions? Dropbox alone has had the accounts of nearly seven million users hacked.
Any successful small- or medium-sized business today must do two things to thrive: digital marketing and network security to keep its data safe from cyber attacks and other forms of data loss. When it comes to security, browsers are no exception. In small- and medium-sized businesses, some 50 to 150 workers access the net daily through the company network via browsers on your devices.
Businesses need technology to be profitable and productive. But not all technologies are capable of delivering on their perceived benefits. To make sure your investments are still worth keeping, you need to perform technology business reviews.
What is a technology business review?
A technology business review reveals the strengths and weaknesses of your company’s IT framework.
Although it is important, security is something that some Mac users overlook. That’s fine if all you do is watch YouTube videos or experiment with Photo Booth, but not if you use your computer for day-to-day business operations. Prevent internal and external threats from harming your device with these tips.
Why do hackers attack? Is it for money, notoriety, or political reasons? As a business owner, you should always try and find out the motive behind an attack to help you determine whether or not you’re a target and what data you need to protect. Let’s take a closer look at four different types of hackers and their motives.
When it comes to business computers, you can’t mess around. The wrong choice of hardware can pile up costs for any small- and medium-sized business (SMB). You don’t need unnecessary repairs, incompatible systems, and data breaches slowing operations down or draining resources.
Microsoft releases two major Windows 10 updates every year, one in spring and one in fall. Following Windows 10’s April 2018 update, Microsoft is set to release a fresh batch of features in October. So if you’re a Windows 10 user, here are some features to look forward to.
When it comes to the cloud, small- and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) may be compelled to choose either a private or a public cloud infrastructure. But there’s a third option, and it’s called the hybrid cloud.
Hybrid clouds are a combination of private and public clouds.
Desktop and laptop users regularly update their security software to protect against cyberattacks. But the same cannot be said for smartphone users. This is understandable because cyberthreats on mobile phones are less common… but that doesn’t mean they don’t exist.