Firefox has seen better days before the arrival of Google Chrome. But earlier this week, Mozilla, the nonprofit organization behind Firefox, has announced an upgrade that gives other internet browsers a run for their money. Here’s what you need to know.
No one can deny that social media has become a powerful online marketing channel. It’s cheaper, less complicated, more effective, and…a lot cooler. The numerous benefits are especially advantageous to small businesses that don’t have print or TV ads.
In a win-win move for virtualization vendors and end-users, two of the biggest names in the industry are making their platforms compatible with each other. Amazon Web Services (AWS) can now host virtual machines that use VMware, and that has huge implications for disaster recovery plans.
“Script kiddies” are a type of computer hacker that copies malware programs from more experienced creators and put their own name on it. WannaCry was programmed by script kiddies, and the group they stole the malware from is selling a new set of vulnerabilities.
Do you sometimes wish you could get to your Office 365 applications faster? Microsoft has tweaked the Office 365 web app launcher so you not only get to your apps faster, but you also get to view your most relevant programs, files, contacts, and activities more conveniently.
No business owner wants their customers’ data leaked, but no matter how well your prevention plan is, the unexpected can happen. And when it does, what will determine the fate of your business is how well you respond to it. So before you start planning an incident response, read the following story and recite this: Don’t walk in the footsteps of Equifax.
iMac and MacBook users can download macOS High Sierra, Apple’s newest operating system that boasts better performance, improved features, and security patches. The new OS has plenty of major and minor updates, but here are some notable features that business users will be excited to hear about.
Small- and medium-sized businesses constantly struggle with different areas of business, whether it’s accounting, inventory, or strategic planning. This is because SMBs often lack the tools to manage these systems efficiently. However, enterprise resource planning (ERP) software can come in handy.
Almost every business relies on software to operate, and for most SMBs, the costs of software — including license and maintenance — are painfully expensive. So is there a solution that allows you to leverage the power of software without a high price tag? One candidate is the software delivery service called SaaS. Read on to learn more about it.
A few weeks ago I received a call from a client who had concerns one of their online identities had been “hacked”. They had entered their email address into an online search tool which keeps track of systems that have been compromised - and their email address, together with that of several work colleagues, also showed as having been compromised.