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How to recover from ransomware in your Mac

March 21st, 2017
How to recover from ransomware in your Mac

While a vast majority of ransomware that’s been developed targets Windows computers, malware authors have begun to attack Mac devices. Recently, researchers discovered a new ransomware strain, OSX/Filecoder.E, which encrypts Mac files and keeps them locked even after the victims have paid the ransom.

What are order management systems?

March 17th, 2017
What are order management systems?

Adding value to your organization is very different than it was a few decades ago. Whereas business owners previously sought more tangible boosts like equipment and staff, cloud technology has totally changed the game. Now, a single piece of software is all it takes to totally revolutionize your fulfillment and shipping process.

What you need to know about Cloudbleed

March 16th, 2017
What you need to know about Cloudbleed

Internet security company Cloudflare revealed a major flaw in their system. The so-called ‘Cloudbleed’ vulnerability leaked customer information from thousands of websites, according to Cloudflare researchers. Fortunately, there have been no signs of exploitation, but that doesn’t mean you should be complacent.

Firewalls: hardware vs. software

March 15th, 2017
Firewalls: hardware vs. software

Most people have a vague idea of what a network firewall does. But some business owners are easily fooled by promises of quick and easy solutions that can be installed and managed right from your desktop. In the software vs. hardware debate, there’s a clear winner when it comes to your security.

Malware on Android smartphones

March 14th, 2017
Malware on Android smartphones

The average smartphone user doesn’t give nearly enough consideration to mobile phone security. In fact, smartphone users are more likely to get anxious about their phone’s physical safety than the more serious threat of malware. Malware and other forms of cyber threats are far more common in desktops and laptops particularly for business users, but with the increasing sophistication of cyber crimes, disregarding your other ‘lower risk’ devices’ security can mean disaster.

Networks: Software-defined vs virtualized

March 10th, 2017
Networks: Software-defined vs virtualized

If knowing is half the battle, virtualization is one for the ages. With more than a decade of history, it’s a tough topic that business owners would be hard-pressed to ignore. Over the years, the terminology has changed and capabilities have gotten even more confusing.

Which Office 365 model is right for you?

March 8th, 2017
Which Office 365 model is right for you?

From Word to SharePoint, Office 365 has a lot offer. But each business requires different features from Office 365. Some may prioritize business analytics, while others may be content with no more than the productivity suite and Outlook. If you’re planning to deploy Office 365, first consider your business needs, then use the information below to find out which license is right for you.

The list of Cortana commands you need

March 7th, 2017
The list of Cortana commands you need

If you aren’t using Microsoft’s voice-activated personal assistant, Cortana, you’re missing out on some beneficial, hands-free functionality. Because Cortana is now fully integrated into Windows 10, she can help you launch applications, make dinner reservations, and more.

Is fileless malware a threat to you?

March 3rd, 2017
Is fileless malware a threat to you?

There have been some truly horrifying cyber-security headlines popping up over the last month. If you’ve been reading about “fileless” malware attacking banks and other big-name institutions around the world, we’re here to set the record straight: Your business isn’t in direct danger.

New Mac malware linked to DNC hacking group

March 2nd, 2017
New Mac malware linked to DNC hacking group

Fancy Bear, also known as APT28, is the Russian cybercriminal group responsible for hacking the Democratic National Party last year. Since then, the group has developed a host of tools to exploit Linux, Android, and Windows vulnerabilities. Last month, they spread a new strain of malware that specifically targets Apple Macbooks.