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Why You Need a Hawaii-Based Cybersecurity Service Provider for Your Business
Businesses in Hawaii face increasing cybersecurity threats, highlighting the need for a specialized local provider for comprehensive protection.
Are your team members Christmas shopping from work?
Almost half of the people with social media accounts have admitted to falling for shopping scams.
Why Adopting FTC Safeguards Rules Enhances Your Business Reputation Even If You're Not Required To
Bolster your brand by taking data security and privacy to the next level.
Why Nonprofits Are Easy Targets for Phishing Attacks
Phishing attacks have become a serious threat to nonprofit organizations, as a recent study shows that one in three employees are likely to fall for suspicious links or emails.
Could avatars make your Teams meetings more fun?
Do you inwardly (or outwardly) groan at the thought of yet another video call? Good news: Microsoft is introducing Metaverse-style avatars, called Mesh avatars, to Teams.
Windows 12 is coming… here’s what we know so far
While Windows 11 is just celebrating its first birthday, we’re already hearing our first rumors about what Windows 12 will have in store.
Are you using Teams to share sensitive data?
Microsoft Teams has quickly become one of THE most valuable business tools for how we work today.
Are you downloading Zoom… or is it malware?
When you think about remote working tools and online chatting, one of the first names in your mind is Zoom. But its popularity has opened the door for cybercriminals.
Some bosses think their people do less when working from home
Microsoft has become the leader of productivity over many decades. Can you imagine doing your day to day work without their software?
Busting Four Popular Cybersecurity Myths
Cybercriminals nowadays have several methods to target organizations, from credential hacks to sophisticated ransomware attacks.
Mom, Where Do Cybersecurity Principles Come From? NIST CSF
If you’re not a technology expert, cybersecurity can feel just as confusing as trying to understand where babies come from when you were a kid.