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Did you know that over 90% of all cyberattacks start with an email?  That’s right, most successful cyberattacks start with someone simply clicking a link in an email. Additionally, approximately 306.4 billion emails are sent every day! Email remains one of the most used methods of communication, particularly for businesses. In 2021 Phishing and pretexting made up a whopping 93% of all...

Thanksgiving is right around the corner and there’s never been a more important time to shore up your mission-critical infrastructure and protect your business. A recent study predicts ransomware hackers are likely to hit over the next six weeks – between Thanksgiving and New Year’s – and that some companies and consumers are not prepared to respond to stop the...

Microsoft has released security updates for flaws in Exchange Server 2013, 2016, and 2019 and has warned admins to immediately patch a high severity Exchange Server vulnerabilities as soon as possible. Earlier this year, the Beijing-backed hackers (also known as Hafnium) exploited on-premises Exchange server software vulnerabilities. Microsoft now warns that patches, while helpful, may not be enough to thwart future...

Connecting to the internet with your smartphone and tablet may become easier in upcoming years thanks to the GSM Association and the Wireless Broadband Alliance. The two companies, which represent the majority of global mobile carriers, have partnered up in recent days. They claim to be bringing a simplified way in which wi-fi enabled devices connect to the internet. Because of...

NRG Energy and the state of California have finally come to an agreement over a $120 million settlement over power contracts. These power contracts had a huge hand in contributing to California’s energy crises around 2002, and the money the state has finally received already has a plan: a car charging network for electric cars that might make owning an...

Google Chome and Microsoft’s Internet Explorer have, together, dominated the browser domain since Chrome’s release a few years back. However, Firefox has started to play catch up these past few years – and not by choice, either, but because if they don’t, they’ll be pushed out of the game for good. So to counter the aggressive stances of the competition,...

Apple’s new Retina display has already been released on the 3.5 inch iPhone 4S and the 9.8 inch iPad, making the new XL iPhone the third device if Apple’s to have a retina display screen. Apple’s retina display screen technology raises the pixel density per square inch so much that the eye is unable to distinguish individual pixels, making photos and...

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