8 Reasons Why the Internet was Doomed from the Beginning. To recap our most recent eblast: While campaigning back in the 2000 Election, Al Gore made a comment that he invented the internet. In reality, Al Gore did not invent the internet. The internet evolved from the 60’s Arpanet, then the TCP/IP in the early […]
There are a couple ways to set up AutoArchiving within Outlook. This will move old emails from your main email profile into a different folder within Outlook. That way the archived emails are still accessible to you, however they are not stored on the server. If you check your email through webmail on a website […]
We all know about the internet and we now all know what we do with it. The internet has evolved into much more than just news, shopping, and social media. The “Internet of Things” is a term that describes how embedded devices use the internet to send and transfer media.
Just to recap from a recent eblast, a new client came to us just after being hacked with ransomware. The ransomware virus attacked every single file on the system and encrypted not only the single computer but any other shared drive on the network and the data files for the application the business used were […]
Email and blacklists are hard to make sense of.
In the short time I have been using Office 2016 I decided to find these new features on my own.
This blog should be written 6 times a year. The landscape of security is always changing, and we have to stay in front of this. Here are some items to put on your IT Budget for 2016.
Well, it has happened again. Microsoft is making technology decisions for you. Office 2016 is alive and kicking.
If you’ve managed to convince yourself that only large enterprises have the money to take advantage of Business Intelligence (BI), it’s time to think again. While it’s true that in the past you needed the help of pricey specialists to really delve into BI, these days a range of self-service tools mean that small- and […]