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The problem with too many VMs

November 27th, 2017
The problem with too many VMs

Unlike maintaining multiple servers, which have to be manually installed and configured, deploying virtual machines (VMs) require very little effort. By making a few simple adjustments in your virtualization console, you can easily create a virtual instance with enough resources to run even the most demanding apps.

A beginner’s guide to VoIP options

November 24th, 2017
A beginner’s guide to VoIP options

The field of business IT is never short on insider jargon. Voice over IP (VoIP) and its long list of acronym-laden add-on features is a great example. While you don’t need to understand every term, you should at least learn the differences between open source and proprietary systems.

Simplified Outlook for Mac and Windows users

November 23rd, 2017
Simplified Outlook for Mac and Windows users

In its recent Ignite 2017 presentation, Microsoft promised to launch a simplified Outlook for Mac and Windows. The software company aims to reduce the complexity of its email app’s desktop version by emulating the iOS version, which has an uncluttered interface and a modern look.

Post job listings on Google!

November 22nd, 2017
Post job listings on Google!

Are you finding it difficult to find new hires despite your job postings? We don’t blame you as the recruitment competition is more intense than ever before. This is why you need all the help you can get to advertise your openings. Enter Google for Jobs.

Google weighs in on account hijacking

November 21st, 2017
Google weighs in on account hijacking

According to experts, passwords shouldn’t be the only way you defend your accounts. After all, hackers have plenty of tricks and tools to steal them. So to help businesses fully understand the risks involved, Google conducted a study on the causes of account hijacking.

Facial recognition technology in Windows 10

November 20th, 2017
Facial recognition technology in Windows 10

Facial recognition technology has been around for some time, but its underdeveloped capabilities meant it could be fooled by masks, photographs, or even painted faces. However, the technology has come a long way since its inception and companies like Microsoft are including it in consumer products like Windows 10.

Say hello to fingerprint, iris, and facial scans

Windows Hello is an advanced biometric identity and access control feature in Windows 10. With it, there’s no need to enter a password; all it needs is your fingerprint, eye scan, or just your face.

KRACK patch on macOS High Sierra

November 17th, 2017
KRACK patch on macOS High Sierra

Together with a new batch of emojis, the latest macOS update comes with security, stability, and reliability improvements. As usual, Apple recommends that Mac users update to macOS 10.13.1 High Sierra, and with good reason: It includes an essential patch to the recently discovered WiFi security vulnerability, KRACK.

Why you should update now

Foremost on Apple’s list of macOS updates is the addition of 70 new emojis.

An easy way to accept reservations online

November 16th, 2017
An easy way to accept reservations online

Over the past year, Google has been giving business owners more control over what information is displayed in the search results. At first, the options were limited, but now Google is opening up opportunities for advanced features that greatly improve customer service.

Get more space with OneDrive Files On-Demand

November 15th, 2017
Get more space with OneDrive Files On-Demand

We truly comprehend the meaning of scarcity when our local disk is running out of space. Trying to sort out which files to keep and which to delete takes time and doesn’t guarantee a desirable outcome. But with OneDrive’s new feature, you can just move them to the cloud and get your storage space back — in just a few clicks.

Here comes Android Fast Pair

November 14th, 2017
Here comes Android Fast Pair

When Apple ditched their traditional headphone jack for a wireless one, people weren’t exactly thrilled. Now, things have changed and people are more open-minded about wireless pairings. But Google hasn’t exactly been standing idly by, they’ve also been working on their very own pairing solution for Android.