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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

Wash Your Hands!

From cold and flu avoidance to other virus avoidance, there’s one easy, totally accessible, simple thing we can all do. Wash hands! That’s not just a quick rinse under cool water. Proper hand washing is something to be taken seriously and done... Read More

How to properly put on an N95 face mask

We’ve heard a lot about wearing face masks to prevent the novel Corona virus (Covid-19). There are some reports stating that masks are useful while others say they are useless. Whether they are useful in preventing the Corona virus or not, we know... Read More

Deepfakes and the War on Reality

With the advent of deepfakes, it’s becoming even harder to separate truth from fiction. Deepfakes have the potential to damage almost anything they target—the 2020 political campaigns, local or international news and current events, even... 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

Parents’ Ultimate Guide to TikTok

With so many social networks to keep track of, it’s not surprising if your kid’s obsession with the TikTok app leaves you scratching your head. So what is it exactly? TikTok is a free social media app that lets you watch, create,... Read More

More Students Pursue Certificates and Associate Degrees

More students are pursuing certificates and associate degrees than bachelor degrees in the United States, and they tend to be more diverse in race and ethnicity, economic status and age. That’s the overall conclusion of a recent research project... Read More

Coronavirus: Scammers follow the headlines

Scammers are taking advantage of fears surrounding the Coronavirus. They’re setting up websites to sell bogus products, and using fake emails, texts, and social media posts as a ruse to take your money and get your personal information. The... Read More

What is Leap Day?

The quadrennial bonus day is meant to balance out our imperfect calendars with the Earth’s orbit around the sun. It takes our  planet roughly 365 ¼ days to make that trip, so every four years, we get that extra day to keep the calendar... Read More

Do you have a toxic boss?

With the amount of time we spend at work each day, it’s no wonder that a boss can make or break the experience. It’s been said that people leave bosses rather than jobs, and the statistics back this up. According to a recent study, 60% of... Read More

10 Ways to Get Along with Co-workers

Put any group of people together and there’s bound to be a variety of strong opinions and conflict over different choices. You see it all the time with coworkers. Human nature being what it is, each coworker has his or her own agenda and... Read More

CDC advises men about facial hair dangers as coronavirus spreads

Men may need to hack off their muttonchops, void their Van Dykes or pluck their ducktails if they plan on using a respirator, according to information from the CDC about how facial hair can interact with the devices. A graphic released by the... Read More

Oakland Athletics’ move from terrestrial radio to online streaming

The Oakland A’s lack of a Bay Area radio station and subsequent extension of the franchise’s partnership with TuneIn, which will exclusively stream A’s games for local fans, has caught the attention on the consumer press which is calling foul... 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

Amazon is removing third party sellers with coronavirus remedies

Amazon is removing products for sale in its marketplace that claim to treat or protect against coronavirus, according to an email obtained by CNBC. The company told merchants who sell on Amazon.com that any products claiming to treat the... Read More

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