How to Keep Your Home WiFi Network Secure

With working from home being the norm these days, it is important that you keep your home WiFi network safe. Many remote employees are accessing onsite servers and cloud resources or other important and confidential information that if leaked, could cause harm to their work and their company’s business. Here are a few steps to [...]

2020-04-24T08:57:29-06:00April 27th, 2020|IT News|

Keep I.T. Safe While Working Remotely

With the current state of the world, many employees are being encouraged to work remotely. Working remotely allows the flexibility of location whether it is in your own home or at a local coffee shop. You can access company files, video chat with co-workers, and have the freedom to work when and where you want. [...]

2020-04-06T15:44:26-06:00March 20th, 2020|IT News|

Benefits of Cloud Hosting

If you or your business are still saving documents and files just to your computer or desktop, it’s time you learn about all the benefits of “the cloud.” Cloud computing uses distributed resources like data centers and remote servers to complete a variety of tasks such as saving files, providing web page content on-demand, or [...]

2019-08-05T08:34:33-06:00August 5th, 2019|IT News|

How Do I Upgrade Server 2008?

Security updates will end soon for both SQL Server and Windows Server 2008. SQL Server support will end on July 9, 2019 with Windows Server 2008 support ending on January 14, 2020. Thousands of business applications run on these servers and those versions that are not upgraded are vulnerable to cyber attacks. To limit the [...]

2019-04-10T11:49:38-06:00April 12th, 2019|IT News|

How Do I Upgrade to Windows 10?

What to Know About Upgrading Your System Before January 14, 2020. Microsoft’s Windows 7 is officially 10 years old at the end of 2019 with their release date of October 22, 2009. Microsoft has planned to no longer provide support after January 2020 so they can turn their focus and resources to newer technology and [...]

2019-04-10T11:43:26-06:00April 10th, 2019|IT News|

Why Windows 10 is the most secure Windows ever

With Device Guard, Credential Guard, and Application Guard, Windows uses virtualization to provide unprecedented protection from malware and advanced persistent threats. Three years after its debut, Windows 10 is poised to overtake Windows 7 as the most popular version of the Windows operating system. Microsoft introduced virtualization-based security features – namely Device Guard and Credential Guard [...]

2018-09-22T09:54:36-06:00September 22nd, 2018|IT News|

What’s in the latest Chrome update?

Chrome 68 for Windows, macOS and Linux takes another step toward differentiating between secure and non-secure websites. Google this week released Chrome 68 for Windows, macOS and Linux, patching 42 security flaws, adding new APIs for developers and marking sites relying on HTTP as "Not Secure." Chrome updates in the background, so users can usually [...]

2018-08-22T14:04:27-06:00August 22nd, 2018|IT News|

Microsoft and Walmart team up to take on Amazon

Microsoft and Walmart are teaming up for a strategic partnership that will take on rival Amazon in both technology and retail. Walmart is announcing today, at Microsoft’s Inspire partner conference, that it’s partnering with Microsoft to use the company’s cloud services. The five-year agreement will see Walmart use Azure and Microsoft 365 across the company, [...]

2018-07-19T14:44:32-06:00July 19th, 2018|IT News|

Intel explains how 1-watt panels will add hours to your laptop’s battery life

Intel wants its Low Power Display Technology to become nearly ubiquitous sometime next year. Nearly lost in the flood of Intel announcements at Computex—Intel’s 28-core chip, the 8086K Anniversary Edition, and more—was something a bit more fundamental: the development of 1-watt display panels, which will have a profound impact on battery life. Intel said it is working with Innolux [...]

2018-07-19T14:34:48-06:00June 19th, 2018|IT News|

FBI to all router users: Reboot now to neuter Russia’s VPNFilter malware

The FBI is recommending that all small business and home router owners reboot devices, even if they're not among the brands known to be affected. The FBI is urging small businesses and households to immediately reboot routers following Cisco's report that 500,000 infected devices could be destroyed with a single command. The malware, dubbed VPNFilter, was [...]

2018-07-19T14:51:28-06:00June 18th, 2018|IT News|