Microsoft 365 is the most popular of all major office productivity software. It has 48.8% of the global market share, just edging out Google’s apps, by a couple of percentage points. It’s used by individuals, small & mid-sized businesses, and larger enterprise organizations. It does everything a modern office needs. Including from word processing and spreadsheet… Read More »7 Pro Tips for Microsoft 365
When you hear about Microsoft adding security apps to M365, it’s often the business versions. But the pandemic has changed the way that we see the workplace. It’s now a hybrid world. One made up of several connected “mini-offices” located in employee homes. The outsourcing market has also contributed to the change in company networks. Freelancers… Read More »What Is Microsoft Defender for Individuals & What Does It Do?
Are you wondering why no one is replying to your email? What file type did you attach to your message? There are certain file types you shouldn’t share via email. The reason is that these file types can insert malware or viruses into the device or network, compromising security. Hackers and spammers send emails… Read More »File Types That You Shouldn’t Share Via Email
Software vulnerabilities are an unfortunate part of working with technology. A developer puts out a software release with millions of lines of code. Then, hackers look for loopholes that allow them to breach a system through that code. The developer issues a patch to fix the vulnerability. But it’s not long before a new feature update… Read More »The Biggest Vulnerabilities that Hackers are Feasting on Right Now
Have you felt more secure from cyberattacks because you have a smaller business? Maybe you thought that you couldn’t possibly have anything that a hacker could want? Didn’t think they even knew about your small business. Well, a new report by cybersecurity firm Barracuda Networks debunks this myth. Their report analyzed millions of emails across thousands… Read More »Small Businesses Are Attacked by Hackers 3x More than Larger Ones
After being the main entry to the internet in the late 1990s and early 2000s, Internet Explorer (IE) is gone. As of June 15, 2022, Microsoft dropped the web browser from support. IE ushered in the age of connection to the world in 1995 and held a majority of the browser market share for many years.… Read More »Internet Explorer Has Lost All Support (What You Need to Know)
The pandemic has been a reality that companies around the world have shared. It required major changes in how they operate. No longer, did the status quo of having everyone work in the office make sense for everyone. Many organizations had to quickly evolve to working through remote means. During the worst of the pandemic, it’s… Read More »5 Mistakes Companies Are Making in the Digital Workplace
The Safeguards Rule affects any company or entity that offers or supports financial services, for example, dealerships and other similar industries that collect customer financial data. The new guidelines were published on December 9, 2021, giving those impacted by the changes a year to comply with the new standards and objectives. Starting December 9, 2022, amendments… Read More »FTC Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA)