Is It Worth Waiting for Something Bad to Happen?

Is It Worth Waiting for Something Bad to Happen?

You’ve thought it before: “that won’t happen to me.” It’s how humans get through most of their days without crippling fear. But when it comes to your business and its cybersecurity, this kind of blithe naïveté can prove costly. It’s estimated that 46% of users lose...
Enable secure and productive remote work on any device

Enable secure and productive remote work on any device

The rise of remote work and hybrid work has increased the demand for systems that employees can access from anywhere. Check out the infographic to gain insight on how Microsoft Azure Virtual Desktop enables secure and productive remote work on any device.

How to Know if a Laptop Screen Is Damaged

Portability is a big advantage of laptops. But when you take your computer anywhere, you are also more likely to break it. You may not see a break, but there are other signs a laptop screen is damaged. This article shares those, as well as options for what you can do...
What Internet Explorer’s Retirement Means for You

What Internet Explorer’s Retirement Means for You

There was no big retirement party; no one got watch or engraved memorabilia. Yet Microsoft retired Internet Explorer on June 15, 2022. It was a long time coming, but you still may not be prepared for what that decision means for you. Internet Explorer could be your...

Is Your Graphics Card Going Bad?

Whenever you create a graph on your computer, you’re going to need a graphics processing unit (GPU). Without one, you won’t see anything on your computer screen. So, obviously, it’s a problem when it starts to fail. This article discusses signs to...