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Windows 10 Update Caused Issues With File Explorer

Have you already installed Windows 10, build 1909? If so, then you've probably noticed that the latest build update introduced a few bugs to Windows File Explorer. After installing the latest build, ...

Citrix Applications Need Patch To Address Vulnerability

Researchers at Positive Technologies recently discovered a serious vulnerability in Citrix Enterprise products that threatens the security of more than 80,000 companies in 158 countries around the world. The issue is being ...

FBI Sheds New Light On Ransomware Tactics

According to a recent FBI alert marked "TLP: AMBER," businesses should be on high alert for ransomware attacks. The alert reads, in part, as follows: "Since January 2019, LockerGoga ransomware has targeted ...

Don’t sign up with that MSP just yet!

Don’t sign up your management company with that MSP just yet! The decision to sign up with a MSP is a big one--you are essentially trusting someone with the backbone of your entire portfolio–your ...

Data Breaches Continue With Three New High Profile Cases

As 2019 draws to a close, we can say definitively that the year has been another record-breaking one where data breaches are concerned. Hackers around the world have been busy in recent ...

Cashless Shopping Could Get Easier In the Future

For decades, futurists have been promising a cashless society and all the convenience that comes with it. So far though, the technology we have available hasn't lived up to the promise. Sure, ...

Apply Security Update To Protect Against Nvidia Vulnerability

Have you downloaded the NVIDIA GeForce Experience (GFE) app? It's a helper app designed to work in tandem with GeForce GTX graphics cards. It is designed to automate the process of keeping ...

The End Of Windows 7 Support Is Here

Do you still have a few machines at your properties or corporate offices that are running Windows 7? If so, be aware that Microsoft has formally ended Windows 7 support. January 14, ...

New Orleans Shuts Down After Ransomware Attack

Things aren't so easy in the Big Easy right now. The city of New Orleans has suffered a ransomware attack. As a result, most of the city's servers and computers are currently ...

New Ransomware Threatens To Release Stolen Data To Public

The leaders of the ransomware known as Sodinokibi (REvil Ransomware) have announced a nasty new tactic to get their victims to pay up when their files get encrypted. The hackers are now ...