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Apple’s second stash of stocking stuffers

Apple’s second stash of stocking stuffers

Leave it to tech heavyweight Apple to do two product launches within two months of each other. After launching Apple Watch Series 4 and three iPhone variants in September, here’s the additional stocking stuffers they unveiled on October 30.

The redesigned and reengineered MacBook Air

The new model for 2018 is a breath of fresh air.

Have you updated your firmware yet?

Have you updated your firmware yet?

You can find firmware everywhere, from a tiny networked LED light bulb to the biggest data center. This code is powerful because it controls the device it’s installed on. If your firmware is outdated, it can be used to spy on your environment, steal or corrupt your data, or even damage the system it’s controlling.

Browser security for business data

Browser security for business data

The internet isn’t for the naive. It’s a wild place of dangerous creatures like malware, scams, and hackers. And as any business owner today would know, data is everything. If you or your employees browse the net unprotected, this valuable resource is threatened by cyber attacks.

Why a technology business review is vital

Why a technology business review is vital

Identifying opportunities in all areas of business is vital for growth, but one area that’s often overlooked is technology. Although it’s easy to adopt an “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” attitude with IT, conducting regular technology business reviews is a must.

Transform healthcare by using blockchain

Transform healthcare by using blockchain

In an age when data privacy has never been more important, blockchain has rapidly expanded and has taken over several industries, including healthcare and pharmacological sciences. Propositions concerning blockchain-based technology are still in the process of development, but it’s high time to start familiarizing yourself with this trend.

Office 365 stops billions of phishing emails

Office 365 stops billions of phishing emails

Sending phishing emails is the most common method hackers use to distribute malware and steal information. In fact, there are billions of phishing emails sent every year, and millions of people keep falling for them. However, if you’re subscribed to Office 365 there’s a good chance that you won’t see harmful messages in your inbox, and here’s why.