When experiencing computer issues, you don't have to get professional help right away. The solution could be simple enough for you to fix it by yourself. Below are the ten most common computer problems I've encountered as well as their solutions. Try them and you'll not only potentially save some money, buy you may also learn something new and expand your technical skills.
In our article, you will find the best tips on how to check your computer for viruses. Does your Mac act weird lately, and you have no idea what to do? You can easily find out here the best tips to avoid viruses!
While battling botnets sounds like an early ‘90s computer game, the kind that would have you jamming on the joystick while digitized Beethoven came muffling through your speakers, rest assured that battling botnets is actually a very contemporary undertaking, one that is growing increasingly important with each passing day.
Cybercrime is worse now than it ever has been. CSO Online recently released the top five cybersecurity facts, figures, and statistics for 2017. This is what they found.
As global tensions continue to climb in the wake of to North Korea’s nuclear activity, many are focused on the physical aspects of a possible global conflict. Unfortunately, what many aren’t focused on are the aspects that are not so physical.
Nearly three-quarters of employers say collaboration is very important to their business, according to research from Queens University of Charlotte. Collaborative workplaces benefit from the diverse skills of numerous employees who enjoy greater opportunities for learning from one another. However, despite the many benefits of the culture of collaboration, this increased teamwork carries greater security risks.
Data breaches have become a fact of life for businesses. Ruthless hackers infiltrate systems, injecting malware and stealing vital information from companies. You must protect your organization from them. When you can’t, you must behave proactively to lessen the damage. Here are four things a business needs to understand about data breaches.
Malware is one of those annoying things anyone with a computer will experience at some point. And, thanks to the evolution of smartphone technology, your mobile might get it too! Most people have some idea of what malware is about; they will assume it's a virus.
Safety risks can be reduced by awareness and structured action plans that provide guidance in the event of an emergency situation and to avoid personal injury. At work, this idea is no different. Whether it's removing a loose cable cord that is left in the pathway of a traffic area in an office, or formally identifying the emergency exits and fire extinguisher locations to the staff in the event of a fire; observation and preparation are key safety factors.
For business owners, there is no greater feeling than being able to sleep peacefully knowing that your business is operating without any hassle. For many businesses though, they tend to go through turmoil because they haven't set up their business in a way that protects them from risks and vulnerabilities. If you are a business owner that can identify with this scenario, then take note of the following points to protect your business.
How do you keep your business safe? It's a problem that every owner faces and one that has changed significantly in recent times. Not that long ago you'd be confident that your operation was safe if you invested in CCTV cameras, locks, alarms and security staff. Put simply, if you could keep your building safe, you kept your business safe.
You are about to be hacked! Oh, I don't mean right this moment. But it is inevitable that at some point in the near future, someone is going to slip some malware on your system that causes your computer to do things you didn't expect, for the benefit and profit of someone else.