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What You Need to Know about the Virtual Desktops Feature in Windows 10

May 30, 2017
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Windows 10 has many new features, one of which is the ability to create virtual desktops. Although Microsoft offered this functionality in the past, it was only available as an add-on program. As a result, most Windows users are not familiar with what virtual desktops are and […]

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5 Ways to Declutter Your Hard Disk

May 30, 2017
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As businesses grow, so do the number of files they generate. Presentations, proposals, correspondence, contracts, spreadsheets, and other types of business documents can quickly accumulate and fill up a hard disk. Fortunately, freeing up disk space on Windows computers is relatively easy.

Here are five ways to declutter […]

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Don’t Let Your Business Become the Next Spear Phishing Victim

May 30, 2017
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Spear phishing scams targeted at businesses have proven to be very lucrative for cybercriminals. For example, since January 2015, hackers have stolen over $3 billion (USD) from more than 22,000 companies worldwide using a type of spear phishing attack known as a Business Email Compromise (BEC) scam […]

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WannaCry Ransomware – What You Can Do

May 14, 2017
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Why this Attack is Different

Stories of a new ransomware attack flooded the news on Friday, and by Sunday more than 200,000 individuals and 10,000 organizations in 150 countries worldwide had been hit.  The size of the attack makes this exploit stand […]

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6 Ways to Make Your IT Security Training More Effective

April 6, 2017
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Cybercriminals like to target the weakest link in companies’ security defenses — and that link is often the employees. But it does not have to be that way. Your employees can provide an important line of defense against cybercrime if you educate them about IT security. For this training […]

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How to Set Up Two-Step Verification for Your Google Account

April 6, 2017
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As the series of massive Yahoo! data breaches demonstrate, having a strong password is not always sufficient. Cybercriminals can hack into companies’ databases and steal customers’ login information. If the password for your Google account is stolen, you could lose personal information, send unauthorized emails, and risk having […]

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Cybercriminals Are Posing as Job Applicants to Spread Ransomware

April 6, 2017
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If your business is hiring, you should be aware of a new phishing attack in which cybercriminals are posing as job applicants. Falling victim to this attack may leave your business infected with the GoldenEye ransomware. This phishing campaign was initiated in Germany, but security experts expect it […]

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How to Avoid Falling Victim to Fake Malware Alerts

March 14, 2017
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Suppose you are working on your computer and suddenly an alert pops up telling you that your computer is infected with a virus. Would you be able to tell whether this alert is legitimate? Don’t feel bad if you said “no”. Cybercriminals have become adept at creating […]

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