Here’s why your small business should be using Google posts

Here’s why your small business should be using Google posts

Launched in 2016 during America’s presidential election, Google Posts was originally intended to be used by the candidates. In response to the extreme limitation, Google expanded the service to a number of local businesses in the same year. Here’s why it gained popularity among small- and medium-sized businesses so quickly:

What do Google posts do?
Google Posts basically allow users to communicate directly in the search results.

Nyetya ransomware: what you need to know

Nyetya ransomware: what you need to know

Nyetya Ransomware, a variant of the Petya ransomware, is spreading across businesses all over the world. Here is what you need to know.

Although it shares the same qualities as WannaCry — a ransomware deemed ‘one of the worst in history’ — many cyber security experts are calling the Nyetya Ransomware a more virulent strain of malware that could cause greater damage to both small and large organizations.

Cut Technology Costs With Thin and Zero Clients

Cut Technology Costs With Thin and Zero Clients

Consider completely removing your bulky desktops for thin or zero clients to cut technology costs. Keep reading to learn more.

Everyone knows that one way to increase your profit margins is by cutting costs. When it comes to tech recently, most businesses are reducing costs by moving their operations to the cloud, hiring pay-as-you-go service providers, and uninstalling the unnecessary software.

Medical Records to be removed from Google search

Medical Records to be removed from Google search

When a hospital faces a data breach and a cyber criminal decides to release medical records, those medical records are available to search through Google.

Google has recently made changes to its personal information policy, including a major one for the healthcare industry.

Changes to Office 365

Changes to Office 365

Whether it’s for the sake of aligning with Windows 10, or not, Office 365 Pro Plus will be upgraded twice a year, in March and September. But what does this mean to business owners like yourself? Will the new update schedule affect how Microsoft plans to deliver and support ProPlus in the future? We’ll answer all that and more.

Microsoft issues security patch for XP

Microsoft issues security patch for XP

When a Microsoft product reaches its “end-of-life,” the tech developer no longer provides feature updates, technical assistance, and automatic fixes for that product. Support for Windows XP, for instance, ended in April 2014. That said, recent malware attacks have caused Microsoft to continue support for their outdated operating system.

How to Spot Phishing Attacks : A Complete Guide

How to Spot Phishing Attacks : A Complete Guide

Don't fall for dangerously convincing phishing attacks. Read and share our complete guide to keeping your network and business safe from malware.   Can you tell the difference between a legitimate email and a phishing email? In the last year, phishing attacks have seen a significant increase as attackers continue to refine their tactics and share successful types of attacks within their communities.

How a UPS protects your business

How a UPS protects your business

Nature’s unpredictability guarantees that your business will experience several power outages that will affect your operations. An Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS) ensures your computers and other devices never break down from power failure. More importantly, it ensures you never lose data from unexpected computer shutdowns.

Mobile security threats in Android

Mobile security threats in Android

Employees today are working under tight timelines, but thanks to bring your own device policies (BYOD), they can access critical files and applications using their mobile device and get work done from anywhere. But BYOD can be a double-edged sword to those not vigilant about cyber attacks.

Gmail gets anti-phishing enhancements

Gmail gets anti-phishing enhancements

Although hackers continue to develop new viruses and bug exploits, the most effective weapon in their arsenal is a simple email. All a would-be cybercriminal has to do is write a convincing message (or pretend to be a trustworthy entity) to persuade a victim to download a malware-ridden file or surrender their personal information.