VIDEO: The Evolution of the Computer Virus

 

In May 2017, the WannaCry ransomware attack infected more than 230,000 computers in 150 countries, encrypting data, demanding Bitcoin ransom for its return, and disabling computer systems at the United Kingdom’s National Health Service, Spain’s biggest telecommunications provider, Russian banks, and much more.

Enhance Your Next PowerPoint Presentation with These 10 Tips and Tricks

The prospect of giving a PowerPoint presentation can be downright petrifying. All that energy spent writing concise bullet points, making sure fonts, photos, and formats match up, building transitions between slides, getting the finished package to play properly… That’s all before you have to stand up in front of a crowd and command the room for 15 or 30 minutes with winning conversation and an easygoing attitude.

Considering a New IT Provider? Consider These 5 Recommendations

Considering a New IT Provider? Consider These 5 Recommendations

Many of us know the feeling: a computer or laptop crashes, bringing productivity to a standstill. If you’re lucky, you have a tech-savvy friend or hard-working employee who will go the extra mile to try to keep systems in working order. Or maybe you know an IT professional who is available to diagnose problems and resolve major issues.

Video: How to Spot a Phishing Attack

Video: How to Spot a Phishing Attack

In these email-dominated days, phishing attempts are a fact of life. More than half of all users who receive these fraudulent messages end up opening such emails — and many even fall for the scam.

The aim of phishing emails is to gather personal information about you, generally related to your login credentials, passwords, or finances.

Recent Severe Weather and Start of Hurricane Season Make Disaster Preparedness a Must

Recent Severe Weather and Start of Hurricane Season Make Disaster Preparedness a Must

The Atlantic Hurricane Season officially begins today, June 1st. But even if you don’t live along the East or Gulf Coasts, a significant outbreak of severe weather that swept through the Mountain West, Great Plains, Southeast, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast just before Memorial Day brings one fact into sharp focus: businesses big and small must be prepared with backup and disaster preparedness solutions that protect data, systems, and employees.