As most of you convert to and leverage cloud software and tools to enable your companies in the current COVID-19 landscape, there are now new, additional considerations. Major cloud software vendors tend to support only current or recent major versions of macOS, and thus maintaining computers and their operating systems may now be more important than ever.
As we enter into a new decade, we can’t help but also reflect on the last one: our growth as a company, as a team, our lessons learned, and our incredible accomplishments along the way. One of the most memorable, and proudest, accomplishments occurred as an unexpected result of plain and simple diligence.
Technology has changed the way that we do business. This is true of nearly every industry, and it is equally true for criminals and con artists. What started as “Nigerian Prince” email scams have evolved ....
During the final week of June, a malware named Petya – or NotPetya, or Goldeneye, depending on who you ask – began its assault upon computers in 65 countries.
In the early hours of Friday, May 12, 2017, a hack now dubbed WannaCry began spreading like wildfire.
Large breaches of username and password combinations are becoming far more frequent. In the past few years we’ve seen users of LinkedIn, Dropbox, Adobe, Myspace, and now Yahoo! fall victim to hacks of username and password databases.