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What’s the best way to verify user identity?

What’s the best way to verify user identity?

When it comes to protecting yourself and your business online, the type of authentication you use for logins, whether for business or for personal use, is vitally important. While many people understand that secure logins are crucial, the differences between the various security measures may be lost on many people.

TDoS: an attack on VoIP systems

TDoS: an attack on VoIP systems

Cyber-crimes based on denial of services (DoS) attacks are nothing new. But of the businesses facing the threat of a DoS to their Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) system, most have no idea how to prevent this type of attack, or even why it’s being launched against them.

Increase productivity with web monitoring

Increase productivity with web monitoring

With YouTube, Reddit, and Instagram just a few clicks away, it’s a miracle you can get anything done during an eight-hour workday. As you’re probably well aware by now, there is a huge possibility for employees to waste precious time on sites not related to your business.

Why you should upgrade to an iPhone 7

Why you should upgrade to an iPhone 7

Whether or not to buy an iPhone 7 is a personal decision, and an especially difficult one if you’ve owned a previous version of the device. There are several pros and cons to consider when deciding whether an upgrade is worth the investment. Other than being influenced by reviews, tech lovers may make their decision based solely on bragging rights.

Office 365 and machine learning

Office 365 and machine learning

Technology is ever-evolving and always improving. And with its new machine learning features, Office 365 is bringing new meaning to that aphorism. Long gone are the days of Clippy, Microsoft’s Office assistant, which has been replaced by far less personal, far more effective ‘intelligent’ tools.

What is Android Pay and how do you use it?

What is Android Pay and how do you use it?

In 2014, less than 10 percent of American consumers listed cash as their preferred payment type. Most of us live and breathe by those slim plastic cards, so it was only a matter of time until they were merged with our other plastic lifelines — smartphones.

Microsoft makes Windows 10 migrations easy

Microsoft makes Windows 10 migrations easy

At one point, Microsoft claimed it could convince 1 billion users to use their Windows 10 operating system. Obviously that’s an unattainable goal for the foreseeable future, but it hasn’t stopped Microsoft from releasing tools to push more people to their software.

Virtualization enhances Edge’s security

Virtualization enhances Edge’s security

Microsoft has found a way to incorporate virtualization protocols into the security of its Edge browser. With the protection of internet browsing inside a virtual container, hackers have a harder time exploiting unsuspecting web users. Read on to discover whether this development will compel you to switch internet browsers in your office.

Facebook at Work improves communication

Facebook at Work improves communication

Facebook has been used by people to connect and share information for a long time. However, until now Facebook struggled to break into the world of business. The good news is that starting today, the launch of Facebook at Work will make it possible to incorporate social media into your company’s workflow.

Social engineering and personal security

Social engineering and personal security

The technology of crime is evolving, and criminals get smarter every day. But when technology proves too difficult to exploit, criminals resort to manipulating information from their targets via social engineering. This burgeoning field allows criminals to trick people into disclosing sensitive information such as passwords and bank information.