By Richard Stokes We last wrote a tip on public Wi-Fi back in 2015, so it’s time to revisit the topic again because free Wi-Fi is now everywhere (hotels, airports, coffee shops, restaurants, etc.). There are also a lot of different schools of thought on how safe they are and whether we really need to…

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By Kate O’Neal In today’s world, almost all of us rely on wireless networks, and we believe them to be secure and encrypted. Earlier this month, a vulnerability was discovered regarding WPA2 encrypted networks, and it’s something you should pay attention to. The KRACK attack (Key Reinstallation Attacks) can affect virtually any modern Wi-Fi network…

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Last year, research firm Gartner heralded the bring-your-own-device, or BYOD, phenomenon as the most radical shift in enterprise client computing since the introduction of the PC. Many companies are adopting employee-owned mobile mobile device policies.  People want convenience, they want access anywhere all the time. They want to get into their application very quickly and not feel…

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by Tony Rushin Microsoft’s incredibly popular, and stable, operating system – Windows XP – is less than one year away from its sunset date of April 8, 2014.  For good measure, Microsoft is also ending support for Office 2003 on that same date.  After that time Microsoft will no longer provide security patches or other…

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by Tony Rushin Microsoft’s incredibly popular, and stable, operating system – Windows XP – is less than one year away from its sunset date of April 8, 2014.  For good measure, Microsoft is also ending support for Office 2003 on that same date.  After that time Microsoft will no longer provide security patches or other…

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