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3 Things to think about when virtualizing your IT system

By Chris Butler / August 13, 2019 / 0 Comments

Specialized IT hardware such as servers, routers, and the like can be quite expensive, but their virtualized software counterparts are way more affordable and are faster to deploy, too. As of this writing, though, it takes specialists to successfully implement these on IT systems. To give you a better idea, here are three considerations they…

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Why jailbreaking your iPad is a bad idea

By Chris Butler / August 12, 2019 / 0 Comments

The big idea behind jailbreaking an iPad is to go around the restrictions Apple imposes on how you can use and control your device. Jailbreaking your iPad can be a rewarding experience, as it boosts your device’s functionality in many ways. However, it does have some serious disadvantages that you should consider before you decide to…

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Considerations for buying a business projector

By Chris Butler / August 9, 2019 / 0 Comments

A business projector provides you with a platform to present your case to an audience. It’s an essential tool for meetings, so it’s important that you have the right projector for your needs. Unfortunately, you might not be familiar with the various measurements and specifications of projectors. The following list will help you brush up…

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Gmail’s proactive anti-phishing enhancements

By Chris Butler / August 7, 2019 / 0 Comments

To this day, cybercriminals still have an old reliable weapon in their arsenal — email. With it, criminals can fool recipients into revealing personal information or clicking on a malware-ridden attachment. This kind of scam is called phishing, and it continues to persist because many people still fall for it. To protect email users from…

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Tips to address Office 365 security issues

By Chris Butler / August 6, 2019 / 0 Comments

Microsoft’s Office 365 is highly popular among businesses not just because of its robust features and cost-saving benefits but also because it’s widely perceived as secure. Unfortunately, using it comes with security challenges, but don’t fret — there are ways to solve them. Vulnerabilities in SharePoint Businesses typically use SharePoint Online and on-premises SharePoint sites…

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7 Video content types you should know

By Chris Butler / August 2, 2019 / 0 Comments

Video content can be a great addition to your post-click landing page. It’s also a nice way to get more out of your marketing campaign efforts. In fact, it has become increasingly important as customers expect brands and businesses to bo present on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and other social platforms. So what types of video…

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Configuring Windows 10 on your laptop

By Chris Butler / August 1, 2019 / 0 Comments

Did you just buy a new laptop? Then it probably has Microsoft’s newest operating system, Windows 10, pre-installed. Windows 10 is packed with some interesting features and a revamped user interface. Even if you are an expert at navigating various menus and apps, you may still need help with Windows 10’s approach to computing, so…

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Tips and tricks to prevent watering hole attacks

By Chris Butler / July 30, 2019 / 0 Comments

Hackers are getting creative nowadays with their illicit activities, which means the onus is on computer users to take steps to protect their computers. The first step to staying ahead of the game is by learning more about cyberattacks. Here are some pointers to help you deal with oneway criminals steal data: watering hole attacks.…

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Watch out for these 3 virtualization mistakes

By Chris Butler / July 26, 2019 / 0 Comments

“Prevention is better than cure,” says the scholar Desiderious Erasmus and it speaks true not only in the medical field but also in technology. To avoid having a problematic storage virtualization system, here are three common mistakes to watch out for. Poorly structured storage from the get go Within a virtualized data storage framework, information…

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How to respond to Mac malware

By Chris Butler / July 25, 2019 / 0 Comments

Slow performance and bugs are telltale signs that your Mac is infected with malware. If left unchecked, malware can give hackers a backdoor into your system, steal data, and cause irreparable damage to your company. The best thing you can do against a malware attack is to address it as quickly as possible. Here’s how.…

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