Microsoft Releases ‘Teams’ For Free

Microsoft has released a free version of Teams with their Office 365 Recently, as a celebration of the one year anniversary of the release of Microsoft’s Office 365, Microsoft has released a free version of Teams. This free version is accessible in over 40 languages and was designed for small businesses and groups that don’t

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Windows new update helps fix Intel’s downgrade

Big news hits the computer, updates sent out recently for Windows 10 are causing big problems. Back on January 2nd, there was an announcement that Intel CPUs were having some serious problems in regards to its security vulnerabilities and that these issues stemmed from features of the CPU that was essential for performance. This issue

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Exchange Online Changes Incoming

Shared and Resource Mailbox On June 21st the Microsoft Exchange Team had announced on their blog that they will be “correcting” the way their newly created shared and resource mailboxes would function, also properly fixing the currently existing mailboxes as well. From 100GB to 50GB When Microsoft says “fixing” they are referring to a problem

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LTE Flaw Invites Hackers

LTE (Long Term Evolution) Recently there has been talk of hackers finding a way in which they can see through your eyes when it comes to your cell phone and websites your browsing.  But how is this accomplished? Through a recently discovered flaw in the Long Term Evolution (LTE) Network. What is LTE? LTE is

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Why SSL is So Important on July 2018

SSL In the past couple of months there has been a lot of talk about the need for SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) on websites before this coming July of 2018. The talk however is growing more and more the closer we get to July and there are some hosts panicking in the face of the

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VPN, virtual private network

VPNFilter Malware worse than we thought

  Recently we created an article giving a detailed explanation on a current threat facing over 500,000 devices, known as the VPNFilter malware.This malware had become a prominent issue fast and had been tied to an origin in Russia. Initially it was thought that resetting your homes router and modem would address the problem, but

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Analysis of VPNFilter botnet

EL5 As we move forward in our technological advancements, there will be a concurring rise in damage that results from technological attacks. The more interconnected we become, the more vulnerable we are when a new form of threat arises. VPNFilter demonstrates how cybercriminals advance with the new technology and integrate degrees of portability by building

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EU General Data Protection Regulation

GDPR Rolls Out

GDPR Is Active The 25th has arrived in the EU and that means that the GDPR is released and active, as well as already drawing up some paper work for lawsuits against companies that are not readily complying with the new regulations. The GDPR is all about “privacy by default” meaning that a product or

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The Cost Of GDPR

March 25th halting the march of some companies As the GDPR marches forward there has been alot of talk about it’s affects on the smaller companies that don’t have the capabilities to rework their entire infrastructure of their products and systems. Europe’s new data protection law has seen many companies decide to call it quits

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EU General Data Protection Regulation

GDPR Inbound

What is the GDPR and who does it affect? As of late there has been quit alot of mention about the “GDPR” across business, technology and government articles, mentioning how the GDPR will turn the tech world and all things consumer information on it’s head. But what does that actually mean? It’s important to know

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