Whether you’re under self-quarantine or government-mandated isolation, it’s a great time to catch up on any goals you haven’t had time to pursue. Or, you could just take care of your PC. Organize Your Files Getting all your files organized is a great project to take care of when you have extra time. After years
Opening email attachments from untrusted senders has long been one of the easiest ways to get hacked. But unlike other common security screwups—using “password” for your password, downloading pirated software from shady websites—there’s no practical way for a modern human to avoid opening the occasional mystery-meat attachment. Now one technologist has produced a solution. Micah
Microsoft can analyze dangerous emails to determine why those messages made it past your spam filters. You receive an email that you find suspicious–potentially a phishing email–so you ignore or delete it. Another option is to report the email to Microsoft for analysis via the Outlook add-in called Report Message or a specific Microsoft address.
Have an old computer lying around the house? Don’t just throw it away. Computers house all sorts of toxins that are bad for the environment and all of us who live in it. Not to mention the personal information—passwords, account numbers, license keys or registration numbers for software programs, addresses and phone numbers, medical and prescription
At last check, America was hosting more than 30 million small businesses. The ones that plan for the latest technology trends will hold a distinct advantage over their competitors. Here are six tech-related trends that business owners should anticipate. Perhaps one or more will have a direct impact on your business. 1. The Growth of