Category: Technology (page 1 of 18)

Beware of ‘ZoomBombing’ screensharing filth to video calls

The world is vulnerable to a new type of trolling as people turn to Zoom video calls to feel connected amidst quarantines. Jerks are using Zoom’s screensharing feature to blast other viewers with the most awful videos from across the... Read More

Microsoft Teams For ALL

Way more people are kicking the tires of Microsoft Teams worldwide as the coronavirus forces people to work from the isolation of their homes as a public health measure. “We have seen an unprecedented spike in Teams usage, and now have more... Read More

Free Cloud Applications That Are Available To Everyone

With armies of people now working from home because of the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations everywhere are scrambling for software that supports videoconferencing, remote team collaboration, virtual classrooms and other activities. The scale and... Read More

Working From Home & Teleconference Etiquette

Working From Home Guidelines: Find an area where you will have minimal distractions— If you have a home office, this is probably ideal, but make sure family members know you’re “at work” and not available for random... Read More

Attackers Targeting Remote Workers during COVID-19 outbreak

As a result of the COVID-19 outbreak, cybercriminals increasingly are targeting organizations that now have more remote workers and fewer IT and security staff at the ready to mitigate hacker attacks and intrusions, security experts say. The... Read More

Common problems with Microsoft two-factor verification

When your Azure Active Directory (Azure AD) organization turns on two-factor verification, your work or school account sign-in requires a combination of your user name, your password, and a mobile device or phone. It’s more secure than just a... Read More

Ways to avoid coronavirus-related phishing attacks

News about coronavirus (COVID-19) continues to evolve. Cybercriminals are trying to take advantage of the fears associated with it by sending phishing emails designed to infect computers, collect personal information, and steal money. We’ll... Read More

Apple is open to letting it’s users change their default apps

Apple is planning to give its customers a lot more control over their iPhones and iPads.The company is said to beconsidering allowing people to choose their default iOS apps for a broad number of tasks, including maps, web browsing and email,according... Read More

Microsoft’s new all-in-one Office app is now available

Microsoft officially announced the combined Office app today. The new Office application allows you to browse your OneDrive files, and edit any Word, PowerPoint, or Excel documents without opening any separate tools. It also synchronizes... Read More

QSnatch malware already infected thousands of QNAP NAS devices

Thousands of QNAP NAS devices have been infected with the QSnatch malware Hackers have infected thousands of network-attached storage (NAS) devices from Taiwanese vendor QNAP with a new strain of malware named QSnatch. Over 7,000 infections... Read More

Are you ready to migrate from Skype to Microsoft Teams?

There is a major shift coming for companies currently using Skype for Business – ready or not, Microsoft Teams is taking over. By July 2021, Skype for Business will reach its end of life, and Microsoft is encouraging users to migrate to Teams as... Read More

5 memories to celebrate Google Classroom’s 5th birthday

Five years ago, the world watched feats of human strength and spirit at the Olympics in Socci and the World Cup in Rio. A robot made the first-ever landing on a comet. Citizens of the internet dumped buckets of ice on their heads to raise awareness... Read More

Ways to Secure Your Mobile Device

Over the past few years mobile security has become increasingly important. However, many are completely unaware that their mobile device is just as vulnerable, if not more, than their computer. If the proper security measures aren’t taken sensitive... Read More

Is Your Mac Able To Support Catalina?

This week, macOS Catalina started its rollout. The update for the macOS 10.15 will be found in the Mac App Store and under Software Update in System Preferences. It’s a good idea to complete a backup as well, just in case, and Time Machine... Read More

You can use Siri to control Spotify via iOS13

As part of Spotify’s latest update for iOS 13, Apple users can now control the audio streaming app via Siri. This means that users can now ask the voice-activated assistant to access and play content from Spotify, where it previously... Read More

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