We recommend developing a planned strategy for retiring obsolete technology. Planning ahead can save you time, money and mitigate risk. When developing a technology replacement plan, on average, expect to retire 20 to 30 percent of your technology each year to ensure no device is older than four years old.
Your telephone and email are vulnerable points of attack by hackers, but you can guard these portals with simple security steps. Ed Bott with ZDNet.com reports on devastating hacking incidents that could have been prevented. Continue reading for tips to protect your phone and email data from devastating attacks.
Time is running out for Windows 7 users, and nonprofits and small businesses are being urged to switch to Windows 10 and its host of support services. After 14 January 2020, Microsoft will no longer provide security updates or technical support for computers running Windows 7. Continue reading for additional support for making the transition.
Microsoft Office users may find an unpleasant surprise lurking in the form of an infected, remotely embedded Adobe Flash Player bug. Recently Microsoft announced it would block future content that is embedded with Adobe Flash, Shockwave, and even their own Silverlight platform from Office 365 by January 2019. Microsoft cited that malware authors have been exploiting systems through Word, Excel, and PowerPoint files with embedded content.
In an age where technology continues to change and evolve at an accelerating pace, Excel remains the go-to software for small business and nonprofits decades after it was launched in 1985. It is the most widely utilized office software in the world with an estimated 120 million people using Excel. Its longevity can be attributed, in part, to its adaptability...however a recent insurrection among finance officers stirred up new debate about Excel’s value.
Apple has released an update to iOS, the operating system for iPhone and iPad that contains a known bug. The upgrade – iOS 11 – began rolling out on September 19 following Apple’s announcement of the new iPhone 8 and iPhone X smartphones. People using the Mail app on iPhone have a few options.
Wall Street Journal’s much anticipated WSJ.D Live Conference brought together some of the most recognized influencers, thought leaders and innovators to unveil their top predictions on the state of technology and where it’s headed in 2017 and beyond.
If you have still not upgraded to Windows 10, you are not alone – in May, Microsoft said 300 million devices were running Windows 10 which is only a fraction of the roughly 1.5 billion Windows PCs on the market.
Wall Street Journal’s WSJ.D Live Conference attracted some of the most recognized global leaders discussing where technology is headed – from Apple’s Tim Cook to filmmaker James Cameron and media mogul Rupert Murdoch.