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Improve your productivity with these Chrome extensions

April 9th, 2021

Google Chrome is the most popular and most used browser in the world. And because of its unparalleled speed, user-friendly interface, and powerful performance, it’s also touted as the best. But did you know that the Chrome Web Store is full of extensions you can install to add extra features to your browser? If you’re a Chrome user looking to improve your productivity, here are some extensions you should definitely try.

The benefits of hosted Microsoft Exchange for your business

April 5th, 2021

Servers can host almost every type of business program, with email being one of the most common. Businesses commonly install email servers on-site and use Microsoft Exchange as their software. But if you’re looking to save on infrastructure costs, consider hosted Exchange.

5 Ways systems can be breached

March 31st, 2021

When it comes to business IT security, many small- and medium-sized businesses like yours often struggle to protect their systems from cyberattacks. One primary step is to be aware of online threats. Here are five common ways your systems can be breached.

Microsoft 365 migration fail: 6 errors to avoid

March 24th, 2021

More and more organizations across the globe are migrating their data and systems to Microsoft 365. If you’re thinking about making the move yourself, take note of the following common errors to ensure your migration is successful and hassle-free.

Use these Firefox features to work more efficiently

March 22nd, 2021

Firefox isn’t the most popular browser today — that honor goes to Google Chrome. But Firefox has a devoted set of users who find it to be the better browser. If you’re one of those people, here are some tips to make the most of Firefox.

Configuring Windows 10 on your laptop

March 17th, 2021

If you just bought a new laptop, then it probably has Microsoft’s Windows 10 operating system pre-installed. Windows 10 is packed with some interesting features you can fully maximize by following these tips.

1. Set up how your device checks for updates

Your new laptop should check for updates automatically, but you can also do this manually.

Here are some ransomware decryptor sites you should keep handy

March 15th, 2021

Ransomware is on the rise, but falling victim to one is not the end of the world. You can try some of these ransomware decryptors and maybe one of them will work. These are especially useful against automated “zombie” ransomware types.

The state of ransomware in 2021 so far

Businesses need to deal with ransomware both from outside and within.

How to keep your Android device protected

March 12th, 2021

As of January 2021, Android is the leading mobile operating system in the market with a 71.9% market share. This is why Android devices are a prime target for cyberthreats and why Android users face a multitude of potential attacks. Fortunately, you can protect your Android device from attacks by following the tips in this guide.

Protect your business data in the cloud

Despite its enhanced security features, cloud computing isn’t 100% safe from data breaches. A small- or medium-sized business still needs to be proactive in making sure their data is secure in the cloud. The following tips will help tighten cloud data security.