The Fall Creators Update has finally found its way onto most Windows 10 computers. Here are four new features and capabilities that can help secure your business’s computers and make everyone more productive while working on them.
There are often extra tasks that need to be done in a business. To determine whether it is best to do them inhouse or outsource them, it helps to know what your employees’ time is worth. Here is a straightforward calculation you can use.
In November 2017, hackers sent out spear phishing emails specifically targeting employees who handled their companies’ finances. To trick the employees into falling for the scam, they made the emails appear to be from trusted business associates. Learn more about this spear phishing attack and how to protect your business from this type of scam.
Hackers look forward to zero-day attacks, while companies dread them. Learn what makes these attacks especially challenging to fend off and the basic precautions businesses can take to avoid becoming a victim.
With just a little bit of effort, you can make Windows 10’s lock screen more functional and visually appealing to you. Learn how you can change the background image, remove the ads, add app status reports, and put Cortana on the lock screen.
A common complaint about Windows 10’s Start menu is that it is cluttered. Both the app list and tile area contain so many items that it is hard to quickly find what you need. The clutter is largely due to redundancy and the extra items that Windows automatically adds to the app list and tile area. Fortunately, the Start menu …
Like most people, you probably know the name of your Windows operating system (e.g., Window 10, Windows 8), but do you know the edition, version number, and whether it is a 64- or 32-bit system? Having this information is helpful when you are experiencing a problem and need to discuss it with an IT consultant. It also comes in handy …