Multi-factor Authentication: Resistance is futile

One of the most reliable ways to achieve secure logins is multi-factor authentication, but too many people are still avoiding it. And for no clear reason, since the new solutions on the market are making it simpler and easier to use.

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Happy Anniversary Windows 10

A year has passed, and the new, improved Microsoft Windows is here, bringing new features and an old dilemma: is it wise to upgrade your PC or tablet to the latest version of Windows immediately? Here’s a list of features that would make you think twice about your decision.

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August 2016 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

It’s been a long, hot summer, and on the security update front, after a couple of months of heavy patch Tuesdays, we get a little bit of relief this time: Microsoft released only nine patches for August Patch Tuesday.

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Third Party Patch Roundup – July 2016

Hunting for new ways to get into networks is not a seasonal activity; that means there’s no rest for the weary IT pro this month.

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From mainframe to cloud: it’s technology déjà vu all over again

Let’s take a look at how we got from mainframe to cloud and what that progression might portend for future trends.

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July 2016 – Microsoft Patch Tuesday

July might not look like the good old days of Tuesdays Past when we only had to deal with four or five patches, but 11 feels like a fairly light load at this point.

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The money game (or how tech is changing the way we pay)

Once upon a time, not all that long ago, monetary transactions were pretty simple: People were paid for work or for items in cash or with a paper check.

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Third Party Patch Roundup – June 2016

On the third party patch front, we have a mixed bag this June. Apple released only one update, while Adobe issued seven – the largest number in many months – and other vendors stayed within usual parameters.

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