What Is HTTPS and Why You Should Care

The web is not secure. Or at least not as secure as it would be if all websites used HTTPS.

If this five-letter acronym seems familiar to you, that’s because the company behind the most popular search engine in the world, Google, has been putting pressure on website owners for the last three+ years to familiarize themselves with it.

15 Tech Tips That You Can Use Every Day

Modern technology is great, but it can be even better if you learn how to use it to its full potential. The top 15 tech tips described in this article are guaranteed to take your productivity to the next level, and you can use them every day regardless of whether you’re working on an important presentation or casually browsing the internet.

5 Outlook Tips to Work Smarter and Save Time

Millions of people around the world use Microsoft Outlook every day to manage their email communication, but only a small fraction of them know how to take advantage of its full potential. If you’re among them and would like to know how to work smarter in Outlook to save time and become more productive, then make sure to familiarize yourself with the five Outlook tips described below.

Why Your Business Is the PERFECT Target for Hackers

It almost seems that a month doesn’t go by without a massive data breach involving a vast quantity of personal information making the headlines. Indeed, organizations such as Equifax, Ashley Madison, Adobe, eBay, Heartland Payment Systems, or LinkedIn have all experienced the consequences of insufficient cybersecurity, and people all around the world have read about them.

It’s Time to Rethink Your Password Strategy

A lot has been said and written about the importance of having a strong password strategy. Unfortunately, it seems that many password strategies need to be revised from the ground up because compromised passwords are responsible for 81 percent of hacking-related breaches, according to the Verizon Data Breach Investigations Report.

The SMB’s Guide to Microsoft 365 Business

The Microsoft 365 product line was first introduced in 2017 as a licensing bundle aimed at enterprise customers who rely on Windows, Office applications, and Microsoft’s enterprise mobility and security solutions. With this bundle, enterprise customers can pay a single subscription fee for a comprehensive package that includes everything they need to be productive.