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The different types of malware: explained

The different types of malware: explained

Ever been infected by malware or a virus? For most internet users, the answer is probably yes. But what is the difference between all the cyber threats out there? What makes a virus different from a trojan or worm? And how can you protect your critical data and your business from these threats? If you’ve never been able to answer these questions, here’s the explanation you’ve been waiting for.

Avoid these data visualization errors

Avoid these data visualization errors

One of the best ways to present complex business data and reports is visualization. Good data visualization can significantly help users to take in a vast amount of information in a short period of time. But of course, not everyone is a data visualization expert, which is why much of the visual content we see nowadays is often ineffective and jam-packed with information.

Microsoft announces new Office 365 plan

Microsoft announces new Office 365 plan

If you’ve recently been thinking about signing up for an Office 365 suite or are a current user, Microsoft made a recent announcement concerning their E4 plan that will have a direct impact on the service. Before the year’s end, the tech giant will phase out their E4 package entirely and replace it with a new, upgraded version known as E5. How will this affect you? Read on to learn more.

Survey reveals top 10 productivity killers

Survey reveals top 10 productivity killers

With so much technology being utilized in the workspace today, it’s obvious that it has become a source of distraction for some employees, and is having a negative impact on productivity in the process. But is technology really all to blame? A new survey of 2,175 hiring and human resource managers released by CareerBuilder uncovers the real source of today’s most notorious productivity killers – and it’s not all technology.

MasterCard’s new selfie verification

MasterCard’s new selfie verification

Love them or hate them, selfies are here to stay. And with facial recognition technology becoming both more advanced and more mainstream, selfies have now found their way into the online security world. MasterCard is the most recent global corporation to join in on the trend.

Windows 2003 server in the rear view mirror

Windows 2003 server in the rear view mirror By Greg Gurev Gurev is Head Sherpa at MySherpa, Wilmington Let’s face it. In small business, Microsoft had us at “hello.” Let’s get nostalgic for a moment. In tech time, we don’t have to backtrack too far, just to 2003 when Microsoft’s Windows Small Business Server was the popular go-to operating system for businesses with 75 employees or fewer.

Bad productivity tips and how to fix them

Bad productivity tips and how to fix them

Keeping productivity high is vital to the success of any business. And while many businesses stay up-to-date using productivity tips found online or from so-called experts, little do they know that many of those tips simply don’t work. Here we’ll take a look at four productivity tips to avoid, and how to change them to your benefit.