Mobile Phone Security Checklist Remember that good “device hygiene” is important to avoid degraded performance, but also to avoid security risks. Here’s a quick list of actions to periodically check to make sure your device is healthy and well-maintained. Digital cleaning: Remove any unused apps. Respect access: Review app permissions. Secured: Install or update anti-virus software. Locked: Turn on
used with permission from Windows Blog by Athima Chansanchai If you feel like your life is too cluttered, some of you might find respite in the simplified Start layout that comes with the Windows 10 May 2019 Update. New Windows 10 users — those who have new devices, new user accounts and clean installs — will
Windows 7 and Windows Server 2008 are popular and well-loved — and they’re completely unsupported after January 2020. Have you prepared to upgrade yet? When Windows 7 reaches end of life and end of support in 6 months, it will no longer be a secure, compliant operating system. Microsoft will no longer releases updates or
Used with the permission of http://thenetwork.cisco.com by Stephanie Chan Why the two wireless technologies will be better together. So, you’re all prepared for the next innovations in mobility and looking for next-generation speeds and more bandwidth. But with all of the hype around both Wi-Fi 6 and 5G, what can each of technologies actually do?
used with permission from FTC.gov by Ari Lazarus We secure our valuables — our wallets, keys, and homes. We know that, if left unsecured, they can easily be a target for criminals. So it makes sense to think the same way about the information stored on all our devices. Computers, tablets, phones and other personal