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What’s new in Windows 10 Redstone 5

What’s new in Windows 10 Redstone 5

With Windows taking up 36.3% of the total market share of operating systems worldwide, it’s no wonder every major update of Windows is highly anticipated. After the release of Windows 10 Redstone 4, enthusiasts now eagerly await Windows 10 Redstone 5. We’ve compiled the most significant updates of the system.

Malware strain infects 200k more devices

Malware strain infects 200k more devices

Yet another global malware infection has been making headlines and the story just took a turn for the worse. When the news of VPNFilter broke, experts warned that 500,000 devices were already infected, but now they believe that number is much higher.

Highlights from the Apple WWDC 2018

Highlights from the Apple WWDC 2018

Apple’s yearly Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) has come to a close. Engineers from Apple met and exchanged ideas with developers in the event, while consumers looked forward to updates on existing products and news about future innovations. Here are the highlights that stole the show.

Should you worry about the new IoT malware?

Should you worry about the new IoT malware?

A malware infection is one of the worst things that could happen to your Internet of Things (IoT) devices. But some users don’t even know there are IoT-targeted attacks that threaten computers, networks, and data. Rebooting an IoT device is a simple way to remove malware, but for those already infected with the latest strain, it’s not that simple.

HTTPS matters more for Chrome

HTTPS matters more for Chrome

HTTPS usage on the web has taken off as Chrome has evolved its security indicators. HTTPS has now become a requirement for many new browser features, and Chrome is dedicated to making it as easy as possible to set up HTTPS. Let’s take a look at how.

For several years, Google has moved toward a more secure web by strongly advocating that sites adopt the Secure HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTPS) encryption.

The dangers of app overload in businesses

The dangers of app overload in businesses

Apps are supposed to make life easier in the workplace. But if you use too many of them working at one time, things can get messy. This is a familiar problem in many small businesses that rely on several apps and software for daily operations. The confusion drains funds and reduces employee productivity, as a recent study shows.

iPhone or Android phones?

iPhone or Android phones?

Choosing a mobile phone for your business is not as easy as it sounds. You no longer rely on it to make and receive calls with clients but also to access valuable apps for remote working. To help you decide between android and iPhone, our specialists gathered the primary aspects to consider.

More teens leaving Facebook for other sites

More teens leaving Facebook for other sites

More teenagers are leaving Facebook for other online platforms that feature images or videos and give them more control over who can be their friends. Based on a new Pew Research Center survey, only 51% of US teens are using Facebook. By contrast, 69% of US teens were reported to be using Snapchat, 72% Instagram, and 85% YouTube.

Debunking the top 4 virtualization myths

Debunking the top 4 virtualization myths

Unless you work in IT, you don’t need to understand the intricacies of most business technology. Complicated explanations usually just lead to misunderstandings, which is especially true for virtualization. Many of the things you’ve heard about it are false.

Working remote? Use VoIP

Working remote? Use VoIP

The workplace has been steadily evolving, and much of this is fueled by the rise of remote workers. Last year’s Gallup survey showed that of more than 15,000 adults asked, 43% of them worked outside of the office. Why does remote working look more appealing to employees these days?

The appeal of working remote

The perks of telecommuting, or working remotely, go beyond wearing your jammies while doing your job.