Microsoft has taken its share of hits lately about Windows 8, the most recent version of its long-running Windows operating system. However, there’s something a lot of critics are leaving out on the subject of this much-maligned operating system: Despite its flaws, it works pretty well. PC World writer Brad Chacos answered this in a recent feature story.
Here’s a noteworthy fact: In 2012, companies with just one to 250 employees — what we typically think of as small businesses — were the victims in more than 30 percent of all cyber attacks. Entrepreneur Magazine cites this statistic, taken from the 2013 Internet Security Threat Report from Symantec, to demonstrate a point: Even small businesses need a cybersecurity plan.Continue Reading →
Another humiliation for Microsoft? Seems like it. After the critical drubbing the company has had for Windows 8, a PC services company has recently ranked the 13-inch MacBook Pro as being the laptop that does the best job running Windows software.Continue Reading →
Poor Microsoft. The company can’t do anything whatsoever without generating criticism. Microsoft has already been reeling from the PR disaster that is Windows 8Continue Reading →
Are you guilty of one of the worst bad technology habits ?Continue Reading →
You might see yourself a tech-savvy sort, one who would never fall victim to a few of the bad tech habits that increase your chances of being hacked or having your smart phone stolen. However, you may just be surprised at how many of the worst tech habits that you practice. Fortunately, PCWorld just recently ran a list of many of the most dangerous tech habitsContinue Reading →
Mobile devices have always been often considered as more safe. Desktop and laptop computers, the theory goes, are far more susceptible to hackers and cyber criminals. That’s true to a certain extent.Continue Reading →
Is it time for it to upgrade your LCD computer monitor? Guess what? It’s not as straightforward a task as you may think.Continue Reading →
Hackers are becoming ever more clever with regards to gaining access to the data stored on smart phones. And hackers are accomplishing this even though consumers protect their phones with lock-screen passcodes. As a current story on the Lifehacker technology Web site says, passcodes have never been a foolproof way to secure your smart phone.Continue Reading →
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