A web browser is one of the most used applications on a computer. It’s often the first place that people go when turning on their PC, and a browser app usually stays open nearly all the time when a person is using their device.
One of the browsers that used to be synonymous with web surfing is heading towards retirement. Internet Explorer is being phased out over the next several months, and by August 17, 2021 Microsoft 365 will stop supporting IE 11 completely.
Staying in contact with clients to remind them you’re out there and ready to help when needed has always been something that requires some creativity. But this year, the pandemic has made it even more challenging.
If there is one technology tool that “won” over the others during the pandemic of 2020, it’s been video conferencing.
Companies that need to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) have several considerations when it comes to the software they use.
IoT devices include any items connected to the internet not classified as computers, servers, or mobile devices. IoT has been exploding in the last few years, and there are now approximately 127 new devices being connected to the internet each second.
IT security is complex and can involve everything from filtering phishing emails out of employee inboxes to backing up your data so it can be restored in the event of a ransomware attack.
The use of VoIP over landline-based PBX phone systems had already been accelerating prior to this year, but the pandemic has made VoIP phones a “must have” cloud solution when it comes to business continuity.