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What Is Azure Active Directory?

We discussed the benefits of a Windows domain a while back. In that post, we described how domains let IT staff easily manage users and set up Group Policy for controlling settings. But we noted that not all businesses use a domain.

One of the alternatives growing in popularity is Microsoft's Azure Active Directory.

What We Look for When Buying New Computers

When buying a new computer, you can choose from all sorts of models depending on your needs. Cheaper computers often seem like a good value, but their below-average components can lead to a frustrating experience.

We keep a variety of factors in mind when shopping for new computers for your company.

What’s New in the Windows 10 April 2018 Update?

At the end of April 2018, Microsoft released a big update for Windows 10. This adds new features for productivity, security, and more.

Let's look at an overview of some of the most useful features added in this release.
Wait, Don't I Already Have Windows 10?
If you're new to Windows 10, you might not know that Microsoft's strategy with it is different than prior versions of Windows.

How to Search the Internet Effectively

Searching the web is a normal part of everyday life for most people. But not everyone knows how to do it effectively.

While Google has gotten much better at understanding search queries and returning the best results, you can still search more effectively with some tips.

What Is Cryptojacking and How Does It Affect Computers?

Malicious computer software -- collectively known as malware -- changes over time. Years ago, viruses were the most popular form of attack; more recently ransomware has made headlines.

But in the past few months, a new form of malware has arisen: cryptomining attacks, also known as cryptojacking.

Dropbox’s Smart Sync Makes the Service Even Better

Dropbox is a popular file syncing tool that offers great value for businesses. With it, you don't need to email files back and forth, and employees in the same department can easily access shared resources.

But one of the drawbacks of Dropbox is that keeping all those files on your PC takes up space.