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Mac OS Will Get Some Big Changes Soon

Big changes are in the works for Apple's venerable MacOS, as the company prepares for a future where the desktop OS shares increasing amounts in common with both iOS and iPadOS. A ...

Hackers Attacking Exchange Servers In New Warning From Microsoft

Recently, Microsoft's Defender ATP Research Team issued guidance relating to defending against attacks that target Exchange servers. They are coming under increasing attack based on the latest Microsoft statistics, which show a ...

Update Your Webex Desktop App To Avoid Security Threat

Do you rely on Cisco's Webex Meetings app for video conferencing? If so, be advised that the company found and addressed a pair of high severity security flaws that could allow hackers ...

You’ve Been HACKED! What’s The First Thing You Should Do VLOG 49

You have been hacked now what?

Google Meet Now Available On Gmail Using Mobile Devices

Google recently published a blog post that didn't get much attention, but that outlines a major change to the way the company's video collaboration tool "Meet" works. The blog post reads in ...

Survey Shows How Employees Working Remotely Affects Business

Tens of millions of workers have been forced to work from home as the COVID-19 virus rampages around the globe. That has naturally increased reliance on internet connectivity and disrupted a number ...

Microsoft Issues Update To Fix User Printing Problems

Microsoft hasn't had great luck with its Windows 10 updates in recent months. Often, in their quest to improve the OS in one area, they inadvertently break something else. The company's June ...

Should You Allow Guests To Access Your WiFi Network VLOG 48

Do you want to allow guests to access your WIFI Network?

Major T-Mobile Outage Was Not A DDOS Attack

Rumors were recently swirling around cellphone carrier T-Mobile. Fears were running rampant that a massive DDOS attack may be underway on the heels of a major outage. The rumors spread like wildfire ...

Intel Steps Up Game With CPU-Level Malware Protection

Tech companies both big and small are always looking for new ways to protect their customers from the threat of malware.While that's not something that hardware vendors are known for, Intel has ...

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