If you use Windows 10 as the operating system on your office’s computer(s), then you may have heard talk recently of upcoming updates that are anticipated to be released sometime in late May or early June. Whether you have already downloaded a Beta version of this update, or you are anticipating its release, you may naturally have questions about what this update means for you, and you may even be wondering why this update is taking place, and how it could ultimately affect you and your business. To help ensure that you are ready for the latest update to the Windows operating system when it arrives, here is an overview of everything you need to know about the Windows 10 update.
Apple released iOS 11, its newest version of the mobile operating system powering iPhones and iPads last month. And as is the case every time such a major update happens, countless Apple device users users are facing a decision on whether or not to download it, not knowing what to expect.
The newest iteration has some potentially major changes in stock, depending on how you use your mobile device. So whether you’re already completed the update or are still considering it, here are 10 features that are new to iOS 11 for your consideration. Continue Reading
Apple’s Worldwide Developer’s Conference (WWDC17) didn’t disappoint this year. Announcements ranged from the Apple HomePod to iOS 11 to “the world’s most powerful Mac.” Here we have a look at the full spectrum of new Apple products, software and services announced. Continue Reading
iOS 10.3 is an important new release, with new features from Siri to the file system. As with almost every release, it includes lots of security fixes, so just staying safe is enough of a reason to upgrade. The latest version is actually 10.3.2, which fixes some bugs and security issues. The release notes are available from Apple.
Version 10.3 requires an iPhone 5, fourth-generation iPad, sixth-generation iPod Touch, or later. Continue Reading
Organizations in dozens of countries have all been hit with the same ransomware program, a variant of WannaCrypt (also known as WanaCrypt0r and WCry). Cybersecurity firm Avast said it has tracked more than 75,000 attacks in 99 countries.
“The spread is immense,” says Adam Kujawa, the director of malware intelligence at Malwarebytes, which discovered the original version of WannaCry. “I’ve never seen anything before like this. This is nuts.”
An information archive is a collection which has long-term usability. It can serve many different purposes: research, compliance with the law, reference, documentation, and the simple satisfaction of curiosity. A usable archive isn’t just a lot of files kept together; it needs organization and context. Continue Reading
Do your friends make questionable decisions on social media? Yes, because many of our friends actually help scammers share their message, many because they are not well-informed. But just in case you’re in any doubt about how important it is to proceed with caution on social media, consider these three factors:
Gone are the days when a child’s home is a refuge from playground or neighborhood bullies. The Internet is the new playground, and there are no off-hours. Tech-savvy students are turning to cyberspace to harass their peers using a new method of bullying—cyberbullying.
We have gotten some questions about this… A so-called “Facebook Privacy Notice” claims you need to repost it to protect your privacy. The notice went viral on the network Tuesday but is, in fact, a fake.
The posting is based on the idea that Facebook’s recent listing as a publicly traded company will negatively affect its users’ privacy.
Finally Facebook Page admins can schedule posts and have different roles. Wow! Are you excited we sure are.