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How Your Business Can Benefit From Office 365

How Your Business Can Benefit From Office 365

Microsoft's Office 365 subscription plan offers great value for your business through email service, desktop Office apps, and more. We've previously discussed the benefits of using Office 365 email instead of a personal provider like Yahoo for your small business, but Office 365 is valuable even if you don't fall into that use case.

What Value Does Dropbox Offer Your Business?

What Value Does Dropbox Offer Your Business?

With the advent of "the cloud" and new ways of working in business, you've probably heard one name more than any other -- Dropbox. For years, Dropbox has established itself as the standard file-sharing software. Though many fine alternatives are available, such as Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive, Dropbox is regularly the leader.

Update Your iPhone Now to Avoid Potential Hacking Over Wi-Fi

Update Your iPhone Now to Avoid Potential Hacking Over Wi-Fi

Though the iPhone is a relatively secure platform, sometimes vulnerabilities pop up that endanger anyone who uses Apple's mobile operating system, iOS. It happened last August, and a new vulnerability is in town again this July.

Here's a brief rundown of the security flaw, how you can stay safe, and how this serves as a reminder to always stay updated.

4 Basic Windows Tips for Increasing Productivity

4 Basic Windows Tips for Increasing Productivity

It's amazing how you can use a product nearly every day and still learn more about it. For many people, using the Windows operating system is a normal part of daily business work. But do you know some of the simplest productivity tricks that can help you work more efficiently?

No matter what industry you work in or what your position requires, you can use these tips to make Windows easier to use and save time.

How Does Webroot Antivirus Protect a Computer?

How Does Webroot Antivirus Protect a Computer?

As most computer users know, an antivirus is essential for protecting security. All sorts of malicious software, like keyloggers and ransomware, are waiting to attack vulnerable machines. This is doubly important for a business environment, where one weak link could compromise many systems in your network.

What Is a Keylogger, and Why Are They Dangerous?

What Is a Keylogger, and Why Are They Dangerous?

Many types of malicious software are vying for a place on your computer. While all categories of nasty programs fall under the general name "malware," there are specific kinds that try to accomplish certain goals. One of these that you've probably heard of is spyware, which monitors your computer usage without your knowledge to sell ads or steal your information.