Tag: Electronics

14
Jan

Should You Upgrade To Windows 11?

Written by: Jay H. Windows 11 marks the next chapter in Microsoft’s operating system sega. If you’re currently using Windows 10, you’re likely free to upgrade at any time as long as you meet the requirements. But the question remains – should you upgrade to Windows 11 or stick with Windows 10? Thankfully, you’re not forced to update. Microsoft has

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30
Nov

Laptops or Desktops: Which Is Best For Your Small Business?

Written by: Jay H. As a small business owner, you have to make many decisions on a limited budget. One of these decisions includes what kind of computers to get. Should you get laptops or desktops for your small business? Consider the following aspects when making your decision. Portability Are you constantly on the go and need a portable device?

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25
Nov

What Is Endpoint Detection And Response?

Written by: Jay H. Every device on your business network poses a threat. Your computers, mobile devices, servers, and even printers are all vectors hackers can use to breach your organization. So, how do you know if suspicious activity occurs? What if attackers compromise a device? Endpoint detection and response (EDR) aims to address these challenges, using continuous monitoring to

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6
Oct

How To Install Windows 11

Written by: Jay H. Microsoft’s latest operating system is officially available. Most Windows users with a compatible computer will receive a free upgrade offer from Microsoft by mid-2022. However, if your PC is compatible with Windows 11 and you’re eager to upgrade, you have a few options. Let’s go over how to install Windows 11 right now. Should I Install

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30
Sep

Cybersecurity Agencies Reveal Top Targeted Vulnerabilities

Written by: Jay H. A joint security advisory issued by the top cybersecurity agencies reveals the most targeted vulnerabilities by cybercriminals over the past two years. The USA’s Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency (CISA), the USA’s Federal Bureau of Investigation, the Australian Cyber Security Centre (ACSC), and the United Kingdom’s National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) also shared details on these security

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29
Sep

What Is A UPS System And Why Do You Need One?

  Written by: Jay H. An uninterruptible power supply (UPS) is a critical component of running a business. As the name suggests, a UPS provides continuous emergency power to your computers (or anything else plugged into it) when the power goes down, or surges occur. Why Do I Need A UPS? Let’s say you’ve been working on an important document

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23
Sep

Use PC Health Check Tool To Test Your PC For Windows 11

Written by: Jay H. Microsoft has finally updated and released the PC Health Check tool, giving you insight on whether or not your PC can run Windows 11. They previously released this tool alongside Window 11’s announcement, but it didn’t specify why devices were incompatible with the new system requirements. “We acknowledge that it was not fully prepared to share the

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16
Sep

What Is A Botnet And How Does It Work?

Written by: Jay H. Botnets are an extensive network of PCs infected with malware controlled remotely by an attacker, known as the “bot-herder.” Think of a robot army under the control of its master. Each machine under the control of the bot-herder is known as a bot. From the attacker’s centralized position, they can easily command every computer in the

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15
Sep

Update Your Apple Devices Right Now

Written by: Jay H. All Apple users need to update their devices immediately to patch a vulnerability discovered by Canadian researchers. A serious flaw discovered by researchers could allow technology firm NSO Group to exploit Apple devices using its Pegasus spyware, prompting Apple to issue an emergency security update for iPhones, Macs, and Apple Watches. You need to update your

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2
Sep

Windows 365: The Cloud PC Service

Written by: Jay H. Microsoft recently unveiled Windows 365, a subscription service that lets your business experience Windows 10 or Windows 11 (when it comes out) on the cloud. Also known as Cloud PC, Microsoft claims this service will provide a more secure, productive experience for workers. “With Windows 365, we’re creating a new category: the Cloud PC,” said Satya

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